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
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
There are two kinds of pubs in central London; 1. Good pubs. 2. Pubs that are dirty, with toilets that won't flush properly, wonky chairs and tables and staff that spit venom at you as soon as you dare to ask for a drink.
As there is absolutely no way of knowing which kind of premises you will be entering I often do a small reconnaissance mission before I chuck it on the list of places I...more
The Audley was the first place I ever drank a beer in England! The bartender immediately treated me like an old friend! I stopped by with 2 of my buddies ..... and the regular neighborhood customers treated us like celebrities! We visited a few more times during our stay in London. If you're an American, anxious to experience a very cool British pub ..... this should be your first stop. I will...more
They are good in a pub type of way, but stand by for somewhat disorganized service. The bartender kept putting a reserved sign on our table for the next guest and out served kept crumpling it up and throwing it away. Beer arrived too slowly but, it was good.more
Looks all posh outside. Inside it's like a proper olde worlde London pub...but then they have awful lift/trendy bar/hotel lobby music. Not bad. Wouldn't catch me in there again. OH said the beer was awful - but it was Fosters.more