Amazónico London opened its doors to guests on Mayfair’s Berkeley Square in early November 2019. Through taste, touch and sight, visitors are taken on a sensory journey along the flow of the Amazon river, exploring the Latin American culinary landscape. Its layout invites discovery, with a design that flows from the bar at the entrance, through the lounge, sushi counter and the restaurant with its private dining room.
A celebration of the cultural diversity and gastronomic heritage of the Amazon region, Amazónico offers an explosion of the senses, with live music, lush natural décor and a distinctive culinary experience. The concept is curated by husband and wife team, Sandro Silva and Marta Seco – two of Madrid’s best-known restaurateurs – and features a collection of Latin American cuisines and all their influences, from traditional Brazilian dishes and cachaça cocktails, to Peruvian sushi.
Amazónico hosts different DJs every day, each with their own distinctive styles, curating the atmosphere of the restaurant throughout the week, starting off chilled and moving into more energetic sounds as the weekend approaches. For a private occasion, guests can hire the 22-person rainforest-inspired private dining room, or alternatively soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying a more informal dining experience at the Nikkei sushi counter.
Monday – Saturday: 12pm-1am
Reopening on 17th May 2021.
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Designed by internationally renowned artist Lázaro Rosa-Violan, the venue has been carefully curated to take its guests on a trip down the Amazon from source to sea, featuring plenty of natural and raw materials.
The new A La Carte menu at Amazónico is almost entirely gluten-free, and will be available for lunch and dinner from 17th May.