This traditional Mayfair pub is renowned for its real ale and pub food, in particular its selection of homemade pies that are served upstairs in its dedicated pie room.
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Venue Details & Map
6-8 Mill StreetMayfairLondonW1S 2AZ
- +44 (0)20 7491 8050
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
We had the lamb shank pie and fish and chips. Had to wait over 30 minutes due to our server just taking off but the food was worth the wait. My pie was hot, creamy and hearty. Loved the side of veggies. Partners fish was well battered and seasoned well. Had a lovely meal. Pale ale was tasty. Nice spot.more
The Windmill is an unsuspecting pub in Mayfair. Full on the outside and the inside with office types so reservations are necessary.
Their website proudly presents they specialise in pies and even their rooms are named the upper and lower pie rooms! So what else would I go for on a wet London evening but steak and kidney pie??
The pie itself had a crispy top, searing hot inner filled to the...more
Authentic pub atmosphere. I found this place because my husband insisted on a meat pie during our London trip.
Brian ordered the short rib and horseradish pie. Which was so so.
I ordered fish and chips that were also okay.
We went and ate in the pie room but I wish we had stayed downstairs where it was a bit more lively.more
My brother and I were trying to find some food to eat and stumbled upon this place when looking for pies. What a great place! We came in around 6 PM and was about to give up on the place since there weren't any seats available when we saw an opening. I'm glad we decided to take it, since the pies were really quite up to the hype.
I got a game pie and my brother got a steak and mushroom....more
4.5 stars, maybe 5. Best pies I ever had.
The kidney pie might have not enough kidney and too much mushrooms but the seasonal venison pie was extraordinary. Perfectly seasoned and tasty, just the exact same way I'd cook it.
The pie crust was so fresh and crispy, cooked to perfection.
The side of spinash was perfect: under-cooked, minced spinash with butter..
Lovely staff, nice brown ales....more