Scott’s in Mayfair (supposedly the second oldest restaurant in London) has become the authority in fine seafood. The all-day menu in the restaurant reflects its glittering heritage, serving the very finest traditional fish and seafood dishes alongside a variety of meat and seasonal game favourites in an atmosphere of exclusive sophistication.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
20 Mount StreetLondonW1K 2HE
- +44 (0)20 7495 7309
Top 5 reviews of Scott's
Decent atmosphere. Very slow service. Extremely average to below average seafood. My lobster and scallops very over cooked. Extremely disappointing!
For anyone who doesn't know, this restaurant has a few scenes in James Bond. This is an upscale restaurant that did not give an snobby feel whatsoever and does not have an official dress code. Which is good since I didn't have much to wear for my vacation in England. I wore what I brought: jeans, dress shirt and dress shoes. I came here with my wife and her parents.
The restaurant is well... more
Great spot in fashionable Mayfair and we can understand why it was recommended!This was a fantastic meal during our London trip! We had wine with the Keen's cheddar soufflé and black truffle- yum.
We shared the Roasted Shellfish for two and it's freshness and flavor, as well as, presentation was fabulous! We added heritage potatoes and green beans with pine nuts as sides. No room for dessert!... more
Best and romantic This place is my favourite place in London. Sure you will have an unforgettable dinner here. My only recommendation is to try something new in each visit, because every other plate is an artwork. more
This establishment reminds me of something you'd take your parents to for a holiday dinner. Even though it's in Mayfair, it's almost a throwback restaurant to a different era where everything is very traditional. When we got there, we were greeted warmly, and sat immediately at the bar, where I had requested. I thought it would be more casual than the dining room. The patrons next to us kept... more