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|International | Afternoon Tea|
|Marriott Hotel, 140 Park Lane, Mayfair|
Phone: 02076475678 Fax: 02074938333
140 Park Lane restaurant in London's Park Lane enjoys one of the best addresses in town and makes the most of its great location facing the green spaces of Hyde Park and next to vibrant Oxford Street in Mayfair. Set in the elegant London Marriott Hotel Park Lane, 140 Park Lane serves British Classics with a modern twist focusing on seasonal ingredients. In addition to its two AA rosettes, the restaurant has won a four-star rating from fish2fork for its use of sustainable fish meaning diners can choose from the freshest of fish and seafood dishes at 140 without worry. An adventurous and affordable wine list complements the menu perfectly. The décor is contemporary classic in tones of red and cream with a relaxed ambience and the generous space between tables' makes 140 a super choice for business and romance. The breakfast and Sunday Bloody Mary lunch are top drawers.
|American | Steakhouse | Vegetarian / Organic|
|34 Grosvenor Square|
34 is a restaurant from Caprice Holdings group. Designed by Martin Brudnizki, it is a 100-seater restaurant serving lunch, dinner, vegetarian food, wine and cocktails. Beef is the speciality cooked in imported Argentinian charcoal grill and includes Scottish dry-aged grass-fed, Australian Wagyu, US prime Creekstone Farm and free-range organic grass-fed beef from northern Argentina. Other dishes include dorset crab, pea & mint risotto. For non-meat eaters, there is a separate Vegetarian menu.
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|The Dorchester, Park Lane|
Phone: 02076298866 Fax: 02076298886
Awarded three Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester offers contemporary French cuisine, complemented with a highly professional, bespoke and friendly service orchestrated by Restaurant Director Christian Laval and his energetic team, for a new approach to fine dining. Infusing Alain Ducasse's celebrated recipes with a modern and refined touch, Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland uses seasonal produce from French and British suppliers to release tantalising flavours in each meal. From the Fillet of Angus Beef and Seared Foie Gras Rossini to Seasonal Vegetables in a Cocotte, every signature dish is enhanced by the use of the finest ingredients. As elegant and sophisticated as its luxury hotel setting, the dining room of Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester features a bright, warm decor of tan and cream leather and light oak panelling to inspire a relaxing ambience. Private dining is also available with three room options including the stunning Table Lumière, Salon Park Lane and Salon Privé.
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Avista (formally Brian Turner Mayfair) customer reviews
|The Millenium Hotel, 44 Grosvenor
Awarded two AA Rosettes for its excellent cuisine, as featured in TV's MasterChef in 2010, Avista is the Millennium Hotel London's Italian restaurant at 39 Grosvenor Square in Mayfair. The head chef of Avista is Michele Granziera, previously Andy Needham's deputy at Zafferano for the past six years. On the former site of Brian Turner Mayfair, Avista is directly accessible from Grosvenor Square. The 75-seat restaurant, with a separate bar for up to 25, also features a raised section seating 14 and a private dining room for 8. Avista was designed by David d'Almada, whose other restaurant projects have included La Petite Maison and Zafferano. Avista is open Monday to Friday for lunch and Monday to Saturday evening for dinner. Michele Granziera's menus encompass both traditional, rustic food and more modern cooking. There are numerous sharing dishes, and particular specialities include Tagliolini with crab, courgettes, chilli and garlic, and Slow Cooked Pork Cheek with mash potatoes, spinach and red wine sauce and Mezzelune filled with aubergine, mozzarella, oregano and tomato coulis. A good range of pasta is available, in addition to regional favourites from Granziera's home region of Veneto, whilst the well-priced 150-bin wine list offers a selection of French and New World wines alongside a huge range of Italian options.
|30 North Audley Street|
Co-owned by Peter and Arjun Waney, Banca is located on the ground floor of a former NatWest bank. Dishes include baked scallops with spicy Calabrian n duja sausage, char-grilled asparagus with slow-cooked egg and black truffle, or saffron risotto al salto with Asiago cheese. Ambience is striking with black and white marble floors, pendant lighting and opulent gold and bronze tones. Private room for 18 people is available.
||Grosvenor House, Park Lane|