34 Mayfair, London’s modern steakhouse and grill is set to launch its new A La Carte on Tuesday, 16 April. Steakhouse favourites are given contemporary flair, whilst remaining true to 34 Mayfair’s ethos of classic cookery for the modern age. The centrepiece of the 34 Mayfair kitchen is the charcoal grill - central to the restaurant’s culinary style. From the city’s finest cuts of steak, to fresh fish, and vibrant, seasonal sides - 34 Mayfair is all about familiar dishes, elevated to a new level through international ingredients and techniques.

Tucked away behind Grosvenor Square and poised at the top of South Audley Street, the restaurant pays homage to the cosmopolitan spirit of mid 20th century New York, Paris and London - combining classic culinary excellence with understated elegance. With a new menu created by Caprice Holdings’ Chef Director Tim Hughes and Head Chef, John Edwards, regulars both old and new can swing into spring at 34 Mayfair: the perfect destination for every occasion.

“I’m delighted to introduce our new menus at 34 Mayfair. John Edwards - our head chef - and I have spent time creating new dishes on and off the grill that embody our ethos: timeless steakhouse classics with contemporary flair. From succulent cuts of steak from our trusted suppliers to vibrant seasonal sides with a global-edge, each dish feels true to the spirit of 34. We can’t wait to welcome our regulars and new faces along to try!” - Caprice Holdings Chef Director, Tim Hughes.

Inspired from steakhouse classics over the world, the new A La Carte features a selection of ‘Chef ’s Choice’ steaks and cuts, like Argentinian Black Angus which can be ordered as Steak Frites (£25.00), Sirloin (300g) (£34.00) or Rib Eye (300g) (£39.00). There is USDA Prime served as a NY Strip (300g) (£58.00), Kagoshina and Fukuoka Japanese Wagyu served as A5 Sirloin with a ponzu & wasabi hollandaise (£120.00), Australian Wagyu from Queensland is used for the restaurant’s signature Surf & Turf with bavette, king prawn & teriyaki glaze (£65.00). Or opt for the restaurant’s classic, Heritage cut of West Country native breeds, cooked to order as, Fillet (300g) (£49.00), Bone-in-Rib-Eye (430g) (£45.00) or Porterhouse for two (1kg) (£130.00). The iconic 34 Double Cheeseburger with smoked cheddar, dill pickles and house club sauce (£22) makes the perfect sharing accompaniment for the table, alongside old favourites like Chargrilled Sea Bass with Calabrian chili butter and argeti (£28.00) and Peruvian Spriced Spatchcock Chicken (£25.00). 

In keeping with steakhouse classics, sides and starters include the likes of Wedge salad with iceberg, Dolcelatte & avocado, a 34 Mayfair Caesar Salad with an optional add-on of rotisserie chicken. There’s ‘Market’ ceviche with golden lime and yuzu dressing, Steak tartare with truffle mayonnaise & Wagyu crumb and Seared scallops with wild garlic, broad beans & chorizo butter.

To complement the dining experience, 34 Mayfair’s Bar - a destination in its own right - will be serving guests the classics with a contemporary twist. Spearheaded by Bar Manager Axel Joyau, the 34 Mayfair staples include 34 Dommy’s Margarita (£19.50) concocted from Olmeca Altos, Peppercorn & Coriander, Yellow Chartreuse and Rosemary Agave or opt for a classic Manhattan or Cosmopolitan 34’s impressive wine cellar which features a list of classic and contemporary wines. Head Sommelier Vitalijs Vasiljevs and Caprice Holdings’ Head of Wine, Darren Ball have compiled a Legends of Wine list, with limited quantities available at a fraction of the cost. Iconic reds like Chateau Margaux 2009 and Sassicaia, Tenuta San Guido 2019 (usually £1,900 and £680) available at just £950 and £350 respectively. 

Offering something for everyone, from family brunch, to the working lunch and destination dinner. 34 Mayfair serves every occasion.

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