Richard Corrigan is a Michelin-starred chef, whose many accolades include cooking for Her Royal Majesty twice, and winning Great British Menu four times. He opened Corrigan’s Mayfair in 2008, quickly gathering an array of impressive awards, including London Restaurant of the Year by the Evening Standard, three AA rosettes, ‘AA London Restaurant of the Year’, and 5th place in the National Restaurant Awards.
Corrigan’s Mayfair is a warm, hospitable venue. The menus are dictated by the seasons, making the most of locally-sourced ingredients, as well as fruit and vegetables grown on Corrigan’s own Irish estate, Virginia Park Lodge in Co. Cavan.
The carefully-curated wine list features a variety of fine wines, and some rather sublime sparkling. For something more spirituous, start your evening in Dickie’s Bar, a cosy spot where you can choose from a unique list of seasonally-focused cocktails.
Alongside the main restaurant, there is a range of private and semi-private dining spaces, suitable for any type of soirée. The Chef’s Table can accommodate up to 12 guests, providing a view of the kitchen, perfect for those who prefer their supper with a side of theatrics! The Poet’s Corner can seat 8-10 guests, cosily tucked behind a curtain, making it ideal for intimate dinners. The Lindsay Room is suitable for 15 guests seated, or a reception of 40, great for grander events. Finally, the restaurant can accommodate 80 guests in total, making it a wonderful location for wedding receptions, corporate functions and any other private celebrations.
Corrigan’s Mayfair reflects the luxury of its location, while continuing to impart a sense of homely Irish hospitality that Richard Corrigan is so famous for.’
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.