Fusing seasonal produce with Chef Patron Richard Corrigan’s unmistakable flair, Corrigan's Mayfair offers honest, no-nonsense food in one of the city’s most enviable postcodes.
Inspired by Corrigan’s humble, rural upbringing, the homely dishes come in generous portions and are accompanied by an exciting wine list.
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Venue Details & Map
28 Upper Grosvenor StreetMayfairLondonW1K 7EH
- Public transport:
- Marble Arch tube station - exit on to Park Lane (South), and take 6th exit on left. Directly next door to Grosvenor House Hotel.
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
This is better than most Michelin rated restaurants. We had the asparagus appetizer with quail eggs and shrimp. It was incredible. We followed that with john dory with crab that was not over or under cooked.. just perfect. And the chocolate soufflet with vanilla ice cream with
a hint of Baileys was amazing. The service is impeccable. There isn't a moment when your water glass is empty...more
Had an exceptional birthday dinner here. The place was packed, you absolutely must book early if you want a seat on the weekend. The service was still excellent even though they were full. The cocktail list is outstanding, if a bit overpriced. All of the dishes we tried were truly haute couture on a plate. Try the banana parfait for dessert, delicious!more
Good restaurant if you like stuffy wannabe's and being screwed over.
Excessively priced wine...bottles well over £100 I have bought regularly in France for around 28 Euros.
Food average...setting average for Mayfair. Overrated Mr Corrigan.more
My partner and my friend and I went to Corrigan's rather at the spur of the moment while we were walking around London. It was a Sunday night, so they had availability and we popped in. My partner had read about it online as one of the best new restaurants in London, so we decided to give it a try. Overall, I feel that it somewhat failed at being truly great while still providing some...more
Super restaurant, very good lunch.
This was a meal to really remember, the staff were terrific. We were seated and made to feel like we were royalty.
Delicious breads, spanking fresh fish, wonderful company ;) lovely white wine, can't recommend this place enough.more