Late Victorian pub, The Audley in Mayfair, expands over three floors. The pub serves cask and craft ales and classic British food but also premium dishes in the elegant ‘Grill at the Audley’, and hosts regular events downstairs in the stylish ‘Cellar at the Audley'. Celebrities such as Sean Connery, Hugh Grant and Michelle Obama have all eaten here
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41 - 43 Mount StreetMayfairLondonW1K 2RX
- +44 (0)20 7499 1843
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
A reasonably priced chain pub with a good vibe. They have a good selection of beer on tap - plenty of ales including some local London beers. The house red was truly terrible but hey. The food menu is your standard pub grub with plenty of pictures showing vegetables boiled to death and pale chips however I didn't try anything so don't know the quality, quantity etc.more
Good solid pub food with strong fish and chips. Service was very good. Won't overwhelm you, but won't disappoint, either.more
A pub is a pub right, but the location of this pub in Mayfair allows for some of the best people watching corners in town! But as far as the pub goes, the bar is long enough so you dont really have to wait that long and there is plenty of seating inside and out. Standard london prices for drinks.more
The Audley is a large, stylish Taylor Walker pub in Marylebone, not far from Hyde Park. Since it is part of a chain, the food and some of the drinks are the same as in every other Taylor Walker. The Audley is distinguished by its stylish decor and quiet, relaxed atmosphere in a busy part of London.
The food is streamlined, but that doesn't necessarily indicate that the quality of cooking is...more
I followed our group albiet a little behind to this place about 4 blocks from Grovesnor House. After a long week of work out in the countryside, we wanted to relax for an evening. So we came here.
The place was well attended by our group and other local. So it was a bit crowded. The servers were very gracious fighting through the humanity despite the faces. The bartenders were quick in getting...more