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Scott’s Mayfair was originally opened as an oyster warehouse in 1851 by a young fishmonger with the name of John Scott, and rapidly evolved into the now famous Mayfair seafood restaurant and oyster bar. The restaurant has been housed on two sites, initially in Haymarket (Coventry Street) until 1968, when the restaurant re-located to its current site on Mount Street, Mayfair.
Scott’s is a name that resonates down the years as one of the most fashionable and glamorous seafood restaurants in town, famed for Ian Fleming’s discovery of the dry martini “shaken not stirred”. Since its relaunch in 2005, Scott’s Restaurant has once again become the haunt of London’s great and good and has been showered with awards. Martin Brudnizki’s refurbishment brought a feel of timeless Art Deco glamour to the space, reinforced by work specially commissioned from leading British artists.
The Mayfair restaurant’s veneer of distilled elegance extends to its intimate private dining room, which can accommodate up to 40 guests for lunch or dinner and 50 for a canapé reception. With two flat screens and Wi-Fi, the private room can host conferences and presentations as well as private celebrations and corporate dining events. With passion, experience and technical expertise, Scott’s Mayfair menu uses the best produce, sourcing seasonally from within the British Isles where possible, with dishes reflecting its glittering heritage, serving the very finest traditional fish and seafood alongside a variety of meat and seasonal game favourites.
Private Dining: 40
Stand Up Reception: 60
ContactAddress: 20 Mount Street, London, W1K 2HE, United Kingdom
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