Art-filled restaurants in Mayfair

Find the best restaurants for art lovers in Mayfair, including Bacchanalia and The Ivy Asia.

Mount St Restaurant

Enjoy a spot of artful dining by booking a table at one of Mayfair’s art-filled or design-led restaurants.

Mount St. Restaurant

On the first floor of The Audley Public House is the Mount St. Restaurant  which houses more than 200 pieces of art throughout its main dining room and private rooms, including works by Andy Warhol, Henry Matisse, Lucian Freud, Ferdinand Hodler, Peter Fischli and David Weiss. The restaurant’s showpiece is the eye-catching ‘Broken Floor’, a mosaic floor by Rashid Johnson which runs throughout the dining room.



Sited on fashionable Mount Street, Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Jamavar‘s main dining room is home to Dharitri (Mother Earth) by Jayasri Burman, one of India’s major artists.

A circular chair with a table in the middle and a painting on the wall in the background


Located near the Berkeley Square sculpture is Bacchanalia on Mount Street, which boasts four Damien Hirst statues, hand-painted ceiling murals and 2000-year-old Greek and Roman artworks. Also near Berkeley Square is the art-filled Audley Public House on Mount Street, which has a rotating roster of artworks, with Phyllida Barlow’s colourful kaleidoscope ceiling installation taking centre stage. Other artworks include Martin Creed’s neon FRIENDS sign above the bar.

The inside of Bacchanalia restaurant all lit up with candles with four large horse statues and chairs and tables

The Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont Hotel

For a dose of 1929s New York glamour, head to The Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont hotel, which is adorned with large-scale murals and maximalist artworks.

A restaurant with leafy paintings on the wall, pink banquet seating and tables with white tablecloths

The Ivy Asia

Head to The Ivy Asia in Mayfair’s North Audley Street for wow-factor interiors, including a dazzling green stone floor, antique decor and a dining room filed with 12 cherry blossom trees.

A restaurant interior with a bright green floor and pink flowers hanging from the ceiling


Scott’s has recently unveiled its summer terrace in partnership with Bird in Hand Wine. Diners can expect lush greenery, vibrant blooms and a special wine menu featuring artwork by Michelle Jank.