Planning a shopping spree? Thanks to the Elizabeth Line, Central London‘s high-end boutiques and department stores are now more accessible than ever. But when you’ve had your fill shopping and are looking for delicious food and a glamorous setting to settle into, these restaurants near Bond Street station are some of the area’s best.
Whether you’re looking for a dreamy date night spot, luxurious lunch, or post-shopping pitstop, these are our restaurant recommendations closest to Bond Street station.
These are the best restaurants near Bond Street station
A giant historic townhouse in the centre of London, The Maine Mayfair is spread across three floors, as well having a year-round secret terrace tucked away in the former stables.
Expect a brasserie style menu inspired by founder Joey Ghazal’s childhood summers spent in Maine and Vermont, with each room having its own character and charm. The Drawing Room and Terrace boast Saturday brunch, fish tacos, lobster tagliolini, filet mignon and moules frites, while The Brasserie serves the likes of cauliflower tacos, truffle roasted chicken, fresh shucked oysters and Chilean wagyu.
Where: 6 Medici Courtyard, London W1S 1JY
Mayfair regulars will already know about this little hidden gem, but those who are on the hunt for seasonal dishes and a relaxed stylish setting will love Jason Atherton’s Little Social – just across the street from his flagship restaurant.
The neighbourhood bistro and wine bar has a carefully curated menu of stunning dishes using the very finest seasonal and local ingredients and British produce. Think burrata with winter leaves and truffle honey; Aynhoe Park Game Casserole with smoked pancetta, heritage carrot and pomme puree; and Maple glazed pork chop with hispi cabbage and pomme puree.
Part of the award-winning and hugely popular San Carlo Group – the hospitality group behind Selfridges’ Alto and Cicchetti – is Isola.
Located on St Christopher’s Place, this Italian all-day dining brasserie and bar is spread across two floors, with a gorgeous alfresco dining terrace to while away your summer days. The interiors draw from the islands of southern Italy, bringing natural materials, peach tones, rattan and striking artwork into centre focus.
Following suit, the menu takes inspiration from Sicily, Sardinia and Capri. Enjoy sharing spaghetti granseola – Isola’s signature spaghetti crab – as well as classic San Carlo dishes including the ever-popular Risotto Porcini e Tartufo.
Specialising in beautiful Italian fare, Lina Stores’ menu is full of delicious plates including Pumpkin Ravioli with Piemonte Hazelnuts, Butter and Sage, and Grana Padano; Grilled Prawns with Datterini Tomato, Garlic and Lemon; and Pappardelle with Slow Cooked Duck & Marsala Ragù.
Finish it all off with Sicilian Cannolo with Ricotta, Pistachio and Chocolate and you’re in for one heavenly Italian meal in the heart of Marylebone.
The first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star, Atul Kochhar’s Kanishka joined the London dining scene amongst a string of high profile Indian openings. The restaurant showcases lesser-known regions of Indian food, with dishes from remote borders and far-flung territories. You can also expect flavours, ingredients, cooking methods and influences from India’s neighbours including Nepal, China, and Bangladesh.
Must-try dishes include the Kanishka Signature Black Dal, Chicken Kastoori, and Atul‘s Chicken Tikka Pie. Cocktails-wise, look forward to a Roast Banana Old Fashioned made with charred banana infused James Cree 3yr bourbon, anise and cinnamon syrup, whisky bitters, orange bitters and orange; or The Kings Enigma, made with strawberry Infused Vestal vodka, timur pepper and vanilla syrup, lemon and Champagne.
Where: 17-19 Maddox St, London W1S 2QH
When near Bond Street, head to Lucky Cat, Gordon’s Asian-inspired kitchen and bar. The stylish restaurant serves a delicious a la carte menu, filled with everything from sashimi to bao, skewers to maki.
Step inside as you take in the walls adorned with Lucky Cat figurines to bring good luck and prosperity to your year ahead, before delighting in the cocktail menu. Look forward to a menu featuring Asian-inspired plates – think pork and kimchi gyoza, monkfish tempura, smoked bbq aubergine, Korean spiced black cod, and rare breed beef sirloin with szechuan and smoked bone marrow.
Brought to life by Caprice Holdings’ chairman Richard Caring and acclaimed interior architect Martin Brudnizki, Bacchanalia is the new London restaurant on everyone’s lips. Step inside the impressive dining room and you’ll be greeted with four giant Damien Hirst statues, and keeping with the theme of grandeur, expect to find a mesmerising hand-painted ceiling mural and 2,000-year-old Greek and Roman artworks lining the walls.
It’s not just the interiors that are destined to impress -internationally renowned chef Athinagoras Kostakos is at the helm with a menu inspired by Greek and Italian cuisine. Expect the finest regional and seasonal ingredients on offer, from mountain herbs to artisan cheeses, sun-ripened produce to fresh seafood including crab salad and sea bream carpaccio. Dishes are finished at the table adding a touch of theatrics to the feast, as well as plenty of sharing dishes like risotto nero for three and turbot for two.
Where: 1-3 Mount St, London W1K 3NA
The glitziest brasserie you’ll find in the capital, Selfridge’s Brasserie of Light brings unadulterated glamour to the famous department store. Take a table at the floor to ceiling windows for ultimate people watching, pull up a pew at the bar, or take a seat beneath the epic Damien Hirst-designed crystal Pegasus.
As department store restaurants go, the food is excellent. Highlights include the tuna tacos, lobster linguine and you can’t go wrong with their 21 day dry-aged sirloin steak for a refuel between shopping trips.
Championing sustainability, Apricity is the restaurant from multi-award winning chef, Chantelle Nicholson. Veg-forward and centred around sustainable produce from local growers and foraged ingredients, expect dishes like Hasselback Pink Fir potatoes with Jerusalem artichoke velouté, apple and chilli; Miso-roasted Walmestone farm cabbage, lentil croquette and slaw; Butter-poached Cornish pollock, jigged squid, sambal butter and Kentish greens; and Pear tarte tatin with crème fraîche.
The restaurant boasts floor to ceiling windows overlooking Duke Street and a small terrace that spills out into the street.
Veg-forward and centred around sustainable produce.
Part of the Noble 33 Collection, there’s already a Sparrow in LA which has already been causing a buzz on the food scene and now they’ve migrated to Mayfair.
The classy Mayfair restaurant is the place to go for sustainably sourced, traditional Mediterranean dishes – from the incredible Cacio e Pepe to the A5 Carpaccio.
Sparrow has already been causing a buzz on the LA food scene.
Famed for being a hit with the A-listers, Michelin-starred Hakkasan blends ancient techniques and flavours, transforming them into modern-day delights.
Start the night with their signature Peking duck with 30g of caviar before making your way through dim sum, roasted silver cod in champagne and honey, spicy prawns, charcoal-grilled Japanese Wagyu beef sirloin, and stir-fry veggies.
Brought to life by Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis, Native is a powerhouse restaurant that champions sustainable cooking, foraging and natural ingredients. Starting out with pop-ups and food markets, the restaurant duo settled down with a brick-and-mortar restaurant that now resides in the retail store, Browns.
Expect seasonal produce and ethical dining displayed through a menu of small plates, natural wines and foraged cocktails. The space in itself is sustainable too, created by London-based architecture and design studio Red Deer, celebrating craftsmanship from its furniture to its flower displays.
Where: Browns 39, Brook St, London W1K 4JE
If there’s one place that should be on your ‘To-Eat’ list, it’s Hoppers. The restaurant’s interiors take inspiration from the Tropical Modernist movement, whilst the menu is centered around signature Sri Lankan dishes.
Think Chettinadu Chicken Bites, Jackfruit + Mushroom Kothu Rotis and Masala Dosas, all washed down with craft cocktails made with ingredients from the spice gardens of Sri Lanka.
Where: 77 Wigmore St, London W1U 1QE
Jamavar is loudly and proudly claiming its spot on London’s enviable list of Michelin-starred Indian restaurants. Brought to life in 2001 by Samyukta Nair with her father, Dinesh, as the first international outpost of Jamavar (which has five restaurants in India), the smart Mayfair restaurant is all about regional dishes and pan-Indian flavours.
Authentic and delicious, Jamavar is a shining beacon of Indian cuisine light in the heart of Mayfair.
Brought to you by the people behind the Burger & Lobster restaurants, this restaurant champions the beasts of land and sea – the finest beef and Norwegian Red King Crab.
The crab comes from the Norway King Crab company in Bugøynes, a small town on the Northern Norwegian/Russian border, while the meat is handpicked from around the globe – everything from USDA Nebraska’s bone in ribeye to Italian Frisona Chateaubriand.
The menu might sound unashamedly gluttonous but the interiors are really rather pretty. Sit on long, banqueting tables lit up by candlelight for a truly unique dining experience.
Located just off Oxford Street, and a stone’s throw from Bond Street station, Harry’s Bar brings a slice of the “dolce vita” to Marylebone, whether you’re looking for dinner, lunch or weekend brunch. The interiors are stunning, with a wood-panelled bar, luxurious banquettes and vibrant artwork. Meanwhile, outside boasts a terrace for dining alfresco and soaking up the atmosphere.
The menu celebrates unfussy, timeless Italian favourites, showing the very best of the cuisine. And, if you have room for dessert, you the iconic Harry’s Toadstool is a must-try; white chocolate, fresh raspberries, mascarpone mousse, iced vanilla parfait and pistachio biscotti crunch served with warm pistachio sauce. So perfectly presented you almost won’t want to eat it… almost.
Go for a dinner to remember at The Ivy Asia Mayfair, where dazzling décor is designed to wow you from the moment you walk in.
On the menu, expect to tuck into beautifully prepared Asian-inspired small plates – think yellowtail sashimi and fresh truffle salad; seared wagyu beef and barbecue glazed roll; and spiced peanut chicken skewers with coconut, spring onion and lime – before moving on to larger plates like clay pot prawn and tamarind curry; duck massaman curry with cashew nuts; and salt and pepper beef fillet with lime.
The perfect pitstop following an afternoon’s shopping.
Sister restaurant to The Wolseley and The Delaunay, The Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont has taken inspiration from the old-world glamour of New York in the 1920s. And this isn’t limited to the decor – many dishes are inspired from over the pond too, with timeless New York grill classics, salads, shellfish and steaks served alongside contemporary favourites.
They serve the highest quality meat that’s been hand-selected and matured in their own salt maturing chamber for at least 42 days, cooked over English charcoal and oak. Expect impeccable service and seriously good food.
Where: 8 Balderton St, Brown Hart Gardens, London W1K 6TF