London’s most anticipated new restaurant Bacchanalia is finally opening its doors at One Mount Street in Mayfair on Thursday 24 November.

Curated by Caprice Holdings’ chairman Richard Caring, the epic restaurant’s spectacular dining room will feature four Damien Hirst statues, hand-painted ceiling murals and 2000-year-old Greek and Roman artworks.

Taking centre stage will be Gary Myatt’s floor-to-ceiling interpretation of Romans In Their Decadence.

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

The food is as flamboyant as the interiors with a beautifully curated menu inspired by Greek and Italian cuisine. Curated by renowned chef Athinagoras Kostakos, diners can expect an immersive experience with a theatrical presentation of dishes. Seasonal dishes will include crab salad, seabream carpaccio, risotto nero for three and turbot for two to share.

risotto in a bowl

The extensive wine list has been selected by Caprice Holdings’ Group wine director Terry Kandylis, and will feature more than 650 references from Greece, Italy, France and beyond. The restaurant will be the only dining spot in London to feature 25 Italian 100-point wines and will also include exclusive Bacchanalia own-label wines, including house champagne, champagne rare, super Tuscan red and Assyrtiko white wine.

There will also be a weekly programme of live music and international DJs, as well as alfresco seating with knockout views across leafy Berkeley Square.

In addition to the main restaurant and mezzanine seating, the restaurant homes a private dining room, Artemis, with large windows overlooking the entire restaurant below.

The venue also features a private members’ club, Apollo’s Muse, inspired by the Admirable Gallery at Villa Albani. The members-only area offers a bespoke menu and a weekly programme of members-only events.

One to add to your must-visit list, Bacchanalia is now taking reservations for Thursday 24 November onwards. Book your table for Bacchanalia.