Mandarin Oriental London

66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA, England
1 review

If you are in London with kids, and you can afford it..this is a fantastic place to stay. It's smack dab in the middle of great museums, parks and shopping. The kids get mini robes, popcorn and cookies. The parents can treat themselves to the fabulous spa while one of the hotel babysitters takes the kids to buy sweets at ...

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  • 1
    0.18 mi


    0.18 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    9 reviews

    Yummy high end Japanese fare served in a very pretty and relaxing setting. The atmosphere is a big part of what makes this place, but the food is definitely very good and quite creative. We over-ordered, but the sashimi selections were first-rate and our dashi was also delicious. The next time I visit Zuma, I might skip the very greasy ...

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  • 2
    0.0 mi

    Bar Boulud @ Mandarin Oriental

    0.0 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    11 reviews


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  • 3
    0.07 mi

    Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

    0.07 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    7 reviews

    Being a huge foodie I was very excited when this restaurant first opened. For those that don't know Heston, be warned that he specialises in molecular gastronomy and tends to be a bit creative with his dishes. However, this is nowhere as creative as most dishes offered at his other restaurant The Fat Duck and at Dinner you can have ...

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  • 4
    0.25 mi

    Petrus Restaurant

    0.25 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    4 reviews

    Get very excited if you happen to be invited here for the Krug Experience (minimum 6 people), provided you're not picking up the bill (it costs £450 each). Over 10 courses served at the chef's table, each matched by Krug champagne, you;ll be taking part in one of the ultimate expressions of ostentation.

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  • 5
    0.16 mi

    Harrods Food Hall

    0.16 mi from Mandarin Oriental London

    This is the food lover's heaven... you can shop around... give a break to have some oysters & vodka... or the best italian espresso... or whatever you like.. It is all about giving quality! break between food shopping... love it...

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  • 6
    0.14 mi

    Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Restaurant

    0.14 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    5 reviews

    Big fan of sitting at the more modern bar area, having a nice quiet lunch and swapping between watching the kitchen and reading a fashion mag from the nearby stand. Also, the designer cupcakes are divine...always leave with a "gift" pack..and some champagne..and clothes..oy

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  • 7
    0.17 mi

    Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley

    0.17 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    3 reviews

    What a delightful experience. Having been lucky to eat at a number of top restaurants it was fun to make comparisons. Once in the dining room, it is well laid out and certainly has the air of a refined gentleman's club about it. Some will like this- others will not- but I enjoy individual takes on a dining room and ...

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  • 8
    0.18 mi

    The Serpentine Bar & Kitchen

    0.18 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    2 reviews

    Alas architect Patrick Gwynne's modernist masterpiece at the Kensington Gardens end of Hyde Park was demolished in the 1990s but his second commission for the park remains to this day. Formerly known as the Dell Cafe and now operated by cafes to restaurants outfit Benugo, it has also broken the decades-long trend that the food in these outlets was inedible. ...

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    0.06 mi

    Yo! Sushi - Harvey Nichols

    0.06 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    1 review
  • 10
    0.0 mi

    Cafe Boulud

    0.0 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    1 review

    Lovely for lunch -- the mojito cocktails are to die for (but will get you very drunk so be prepared!!). Cheese dish for starters is great for two.

  • 11
    0.05 mi


    0.05 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    1 review

    Amazing Home of Harrods lots of stunning upmarket & other shops

  • 12
    0.04 mi


    0.04 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    1 review

    My favourite restaurant in London! Of course it offers a specif cuisine, Thai as they define! I just love it! An I am not a big fan of spicy food, I just can't handle it lol but they have great options: noodle, rice, amazing entries. You should try the apple juice! hmmm I can taste it just writing this review ...

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  • 13
    0.89 mi

    The Wolseley

    0.89 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    31 reviews

    Went there for dinner... Unique 1920's atmosphere with high ceilings. Cusine is international with british touch... Service is friendly & good.

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  • 14
    0.73 mi

    Pret A Manger

    0.73 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    34 reviews

    Yummy, affordable and convenient (they are everywhere)! They have a wide selection of sandwiches and other food items that are packaged for dining in or take away. My boyfriend's personal favorite is the crayfish and rocket sandwich, it's a great snack for only about four quid.

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  • 15
    0.46 mi


    0.46 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    23 reviews

    I really love Nobu. It doesn't have the mystique it used to have..but the omakasa (chef's menu) I had tonight was really out of this world and great value. Tip: if you want even better value go for lunch - easier to get a reservation and the omakasa is a bit less expensive. There are two locations: Berkeley Street in ...

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  • 16
    0.48 mi

    Hard Rock Cafe

    0.48 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    24 reviews

    Used to be obsessed with Hard Rock Cafe when I was in high school. Now, I'm a little more meh about it. Sure, you can depend on reliable food there, but why go here when there are so many other more interesting places to experience? However, if there is any HRC that you should go to, it's the original one.

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  • 17
    0.87 mi


    0.87 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    9 reviews

    Perfect for a lovely lunch on a shopping afternoon

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  • 18
    0.9 mi

    Locanda Locatelli

    0.9 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    6 reviews

    Elegant restaurant serving the best Italian food outside of Italy. Chef Locatelli is one of the best in the business and everything here is outstanding.

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  • 19
    0.72 mi

    Burger and Lobster

    0.72 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    6 reviews

    A three hour wait to get into the place. Was it worth it?? There are three things on the menu: lobster lobster roll burger Each are £20. As someone who has reviewed about 30 different lobster rolls on Cape Cod and Nantucket I was of course drawn to this place which appears a novelty in Mayfair. But, did the lobster ...

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  • 20
    0.64 mi


    0.64 mi from Mandarin Oriental London
    5 reviews

    Best seafood I've ever had. Excellent old school service. Nice layout so you're not sitting on top of other diners (common problem in London).

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