Richard Corrigan is an award-winning chef who has even cooked for Her Royal Majesty. He opened Corrigan’s Mayfair in 2008 and of course it found success instantaneously. Corrigan’s Mayfair has gathered an array of impressive awards including London Restaurant of the Year by the Evening Standard, three AA rosettes within its first three months of opening, ‘AA London Restaurant of the Year’ and was number five in the entries for the National Restaurant Awards.
Corrigan’s Mayfair is a warm, hospitable venue, the menus emphasize seasonality and ingredients sourced as locally as possible and from individuals. Expect dishes such as Cornish crab, pickled cucumber & sourdough or chestnut gnocchi with wild mushrooms & crispy kale. The dessert menu is filled with exciting indulgences such as pistachio baked alaska or rhubarb crumble souffle with ginger custard.
The Head Sommelier has designed a wine list that features a variety of fine wines. There is also a range of classy cocktails, artisan beers and delicate soft drinks such as elderflower and fresh lemonade.
There are private spaces available for exclusive hire. The restaurant is also available for breakfast and private hire. The Chef’s Table can accommodate between 6 and 12 guests and provides a view of the kitchen through a glass window. The Poet’s Corner can seat 8-10 guests and is a discretely hidden from the rest of the venue via a curtain. The Lindsay Room can accommodate between 12 and 25 guests or a reception for 40. This lavish room features classical proportions and artwork along with a plasma screen. The Restaurant can provide for 80 guests and is a wonderful venue for wedding receptions, corporate functions or any other event.
Corrigan’s Mayfair is a chic institute which reflects the luxury of its location.
12:00-15:00 / 18:00 – 23:00 Monday – Friday
18:00 – 23:00 Saturday
12:00-15:00 / 18:00 – 23:00 Sunday
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They host regular cookery classes.