If you want to experience how people having breakfast in 1920, you couldn't get closer than visiting The Wolseley. Located on the stretch of Piccadilly street, just next to the famous Ritz Hotel, it's always full with people who want to sample the delights this place has in store. Wolseley's interior is quite interesting, it features high ceiling with arches. ...
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- 50.25 mi63 Westbourne Grove, London W2 4 United Kingdom0.25 mi from The Wolseley5 reviews
Not just this specific one, but the chain Nandos is great. Somewhat fast food this chicken joint is great for a quick easy dinner or lunch. Simply grilled chicken from a chicken breast up to a whole chicken, you order the spice level you like as a marinade and go from there. I love their chicken breast in pita with ...
- 60.16 mi5A Burlington Gardens, Mayfair, London, United Kingdom0.16 mi from The Wolseley4 reviews
Located in the high end area of Mayfair, Cecconi's is a gorgeous laid back slither of yum. Italian fare cooked with passion. I love both the London and LA versions of this restaurant. The decor and ambiance are beautiful with plush blue/green furniture and checkered floor, just walking in makes me feel relaxed and ready to enjoy a brilliant meal ...
- 70.12 mi15 Berkeley St, London, United Kingdom0.12 mi from The Wolseley3 reviews
Who knew sashimi (one of my favorite foods) could taste *this* good? With a dozen types of dishes on the menu (salads, mini sushi tacos, hot dishes), you'll have taste buds tickled you didn't even know you had.Popular with
- 80.07 mi50a Berkeley Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8HA, United Kingdom0.07 mi from The Wolseley3 reviews
Das Essen war einfach himmlisch. Nehmen Sie auf jeden Fall die Zeit, um zurück zu gehen und zu sehen die frisches Gemüse und Fisch auf Display, wirklich bemerkenswert. Wir bestellten uns fast alles auf der Speisekarte. Die Kellnerin sehr gepflegt und wir waren mit jedem Gericht sehr zufrieden. Gegrilltes Red Snapper, Giant Jakobsmuscheln sowohl gegrillt und Sashimi, gegrilltem Tintenfisch, Seeigel, ...Popular with
- 90.05 miArlington House, 25 Arlington Street, London SW1A, United Kingdom0.05 mi from The Wolseley
Just adore this place, even though the dynamic duo Chris Corbin and Jeremy King have long since offloaded it. There's been a little bit of a facelift recently but much of the original charm remains, including the perilous trip downstairs to the loo - so watch the cocktails. Incredibly nice food and the whole thing run like a clockwork machine ...Popular with
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- 110.08 mi55 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6 United Kingdom0.08 mi from The Wolseley
Money talks and wealth whisphers at this denizen of the old British establishment. If you like your food overcooked and from a menu which is perenially 20 years out of date, you'll love it here. But that's not the draw for the loyal clientele who range from captains of industry to spy chiefs. Go easy on the wine list - ...
- 120.21 mi3 Piccadilly Place, London, United Kingdom0.21 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Love this place. One of the best sushi in town and incredibly central. Used to be a hidden Gem type of place. No one knew about it because it is on a side road just off a main one. They actually have 3 types of tuna. 4 if you count yellow tail. Love it. Small problem lately though, there was ...
- 130.07 mi40 Dover Street, W1S 4NP0.07 mi from The Wolseley1 review
The brasserie and oyster bar at this newly-opened private members club is one of London's hottest tickets right now (winter 2011). Arjun Waney - who also runs London restaurants Zuma and Le Petite Maison - is behind this place. Gwyneth Paltrow and designer Stella McCartney are doing their best to invite the right people in. Membership costs £1,500 per year ...
- 140.17 mi5A Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3EW0.17 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Back in the 1980s this Mayfair institution was one of the top tables for royalty, captains of industry and a smattering of showbiz glitterati. Founded in the late 1970s by Enzo Cecconi, whose prior claim to fame was being the youngest ever general manager of the illustrious Cipriani Hotel in Venice, the restaurant finally lost its sheen just before the ...Popular with
- 150.06 miDover Street Market, 17-18 Dover St, W1S 4LT0.06 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Ask any Parisian in-the-know to trot of a list of the city's best bakeries and this'll likely be mentioned. Fear not Londoners, now we have our own off shoot hidden away on the fourth floor of this contemporary fashion emporium, overseen by Comme de Garcons' Rei Kawakubo. Cakes and quiches galore, but unlike the two branches in the City of ...
- 160.02 mi50 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1JT0.02 mi from The Wolseley1 review
German caterer Kofler & Kompanie's new time-limited restaurant rides the zeitgeist of pop-up venues appearing all over London: this one in the Grade II listed former home of the former East India Club is here from 9 May to 30 June 2012 only. Michelin-starred chef Giorgio Locatelli oversees the menu, alongside five other Italian cooks who have won similar acclaim: ...
- 170.12 mi181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER, UK0.12 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Had lunch here last week and it was entirely credible. the Welsh rarebit was the best choice. Scallops were decent and the smoked salmon ordinary, but a very pleasant place to go for lunch if you want to avoid the crowds in Mayfair.Popular with
- 180.08 mi63 Wilton Way, London, E8 1BG0.08 mi from The Wolseley
They may not blend their own coffee (they buy theirs from Broadway Market's Climpson & Sons) but this small cafe furnished with reclaimed materials packs them in. Food is well curated too with a range of appetising snacks from Ginger Pig, Brindisa, Neal's Yard, and Seven Seeded. The cafe also broadcasts its own radio station.
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- 200.17 mi37 Sackville Street, Westminster, London W1S 3DQ, United Kingdom0.17 mi from The Wolseley1 review
An international chain of Japanese restaurants. Great for Hibachi. The Kings Road restaurant feels like you are entering a James Bond underground bar and restaurant, i love it there. Food is always good, cocktails are always great. Service is good and intrusive.