The Square has been awarded 2 Michelin stars and 4 AA Rosettes for its delectable cuisine and impeccable service.Perfectly set in Mayfair and the recipient of multiple awards and accolades, The Square serves French haute cuisine with a touch of simple sophistication, for a dining experience that is held in very high regard. The menus regularly change in time with the seasons, ensuring that the freshest produce and highest quality ingredients are used, whilst an extensive international wine list can offer the perfect accompaniment to any dish. The refined ambience and exquisite quality of the cuisine go together harmoniously to establish The Square as an exceptional dining venue, consistently satisfying each and every guest.
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The Square Restaurant
6-10 Bruton StreetMayfairLondonW1J 6PU
- +44 (0)20 7495 7100
One of the best restaurants I have ever been to. Seafood dishes and foie gras particularly good.more
We had a beautiful meal with innovative, lovely courses. Nice lunch menu as well and good for a business meeting. The general feel of the restaurant is charming, trendy, and lively but not too loud. Overall a great experience.more
Tried with friends for dinning, 8 course tasting menu.
The food was very nicely presented and the taste is good. But not great as the taste is too strong and the it doesn't give the wow factors since the tastes of some dishes are too strong and completely covered the other dishes flavour.
The foam is not something I like in particular... It always gives a bad feeling by looking at it...
A great place to go with friends as well as for special occasions. The best thing about The Square is that the place is perfect for all occasions. The chef have a personalised menu with his signature along with a small box of truffles for my husband since it was his birthday.
For starters I had the Dorset crab linguine with champagne foam, this is one of their signature dishes and the best...more
I would happily recommend this to you. "Bijou" ambience and really great service. It was "modern" formal without being stiff. We opted for the tasting menu for £120pp which had nine courses. There is another three course option for £90. We found a good rose for £35 and there are many wines below £60-70.
The courses were playful enough without going overboard. The lasagne of Dorset crab with...more