Lunch

Cecconi’s Mayfair

Trendy and elegant, Cecconi’s restaurant and bar is made up of stripped marble floors, showcasing London as its most cosmopolitan. Notorious for its fresh, fancy, and flavoursome with a Venetian style of food. The restaurant, suitable for those in the hedge fund sector, offers an extensive breakfast and brunch menu, including Italian favourites, including handmade pasta and seafood.

Jean Georges at the Connaught

The restaurant offers a relaxed and chic ambiance with an all-day menu. The modern furnishings allow for guests to sit close to one another without invasion of privacy. Dish highlights include a black truffle pizza baked on sour dough and imperial beluga caviar. Most of the main courses give honour to British classics, whilst the desserts owe their respects to showmanship from top patisserie chefs.

Oswald’s

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Based in Mayfair’s Albemarle street, Oswald’s private members club collects the most powerful hedge funders in Mayfair as members. It offers the finest wines or through its wine club, the opportunity to drink your own private collection. Named after the owners grandfather who was a portrait painter, the art adorning walls will keep your clients enthralled.

La Petite Maison

Inspired by the vibrancy of France’s Cote D’Azur, this successful restaurant has grown in popularity since its launch in 2007. With an eclectic mix of modern art and accessories, the team have gone above and beyond to make their customers feel welcome. The food celebrates French cooking, with a focus on the flavoursome on Mediterranean delicacies. As expected, the wine is exclusively French, with a large selection of champagnes and it keeps its accommodating elegant ambience, it is a perfect for a relaxed business lunch.

The Guinea Grill

Yes, it is a restaurant connected to a pub, but one dating back to 1423. The Guinea Grill recently went under some refurbishments and now the grill has become popular with a new generation of foodies. Of a lunchtime you can still create the atmosphere was that of a private members club. Not too much surprise, the main event is which cut of steak you choose as your main course. With seafood options as starters, steak is the reason you would visit this upbeat establishment.

The Arts Club

As a historical and modern private members club, The Arts Club dates back to 1863, and in 2015 the hotel feature was added as per request of the members. The signature house scent resides in the air and on the Italian imported bed linen sheets. Each room is curated and can be considered as a temporary home fit for its guests. The energy and live musical acts are perfect backgrounds in conjunction with the artistic collaborations and respected creative relationships.

Wiltons

Dating back to 1742, the remarkable and timeless Wiltons menu is a compliment to culinary classics overseen by head chef Daniel Kent. As your gazing at the menu, waiters are enticing you with a ceremonial carving trolley flypast, consisting of a roast leg of Romney Marsh lamb, or Cherry Tree Farm gammon.  Throwing back to the old school touch, things start off with half a dozen West Mersea Native oysters (the original only way is Essex), dressed crab, or the superb sea food cocktail.

Milos

With imposing wooden doors leading to an amphora lying on the floor at the entrance. Vast quantities of white marble create the two dining levels, with the upper level accommodating further guests. As well a private dining room for the special occasions, or a breathe of privacy. The delicious food is fresh and tasty, and with a relaxed ambience, it’s perfect place for a business lunch. With fish flown in daily, prices are drawn up on the chalk board, and orders hurried to the kitchen. Milos is great for fish lovers who love to share.

Hakkasan Mayfair

It is possible that Hakkasan Mayfair is even better than its Fitzrovia original. The wine selection is certainly on par and the restaurant have developed a more prosaic feel, where the long form meal for lunch can extend and extend into the afternoon, without feeling like you have outstayed your welcome.

Moncks

Named after a 16th century local, more of a brasserie menu, with a Mayfair touch. Such as their eggs being served with truffle. The restaurant offers possibilities for all occasions, most importantly for a business brunch. Moncks is a place that you go once and keep returning to, because it is perfect for lunch with an existing client.