This year, Scott’s Mayfair presents the ‘Scott’s English Country Garden Terrace ’ in partnership with Tanqueray No. TEN, in celebration of Chelsea Flower Show.

Scott’s Mayfair, the iconic British seafood restaurant and oyster bar, is delighted to announce the opening of its summer terrace. This year themed as a quintessentially ‘Scott’s English Country Garden’ in partnership with Tanqueray No. TEN. To celebrate Chelsea Flower Show, from now until early September, the Scott’s terrace will be transformed into a picturesque oasis evoking the charm of an English country garden, serving limited edition cocktails and an eye-capturing dessert created in partnership with Tanqueray No. TEN - all to be enjoyed throughout the British summer season. Founded in 1851 as ‘Scott’s Oyster Room’s by young fishmonger John Scott, Scott’s Mayfair has since been famed as a beacon of elegance and prestige in London’s culinary scene. To this date, nestled on Mount Street, Scott’s continues its legacy as one of Mayfair’s most iconic dining destinations, welcoming guests to indulge in the finest seafood and British cuisine.

Scott’s English Country Garden Terrace will enchant guests with a delightful floral arrangement and platers, interlaced with British botanicals like chamomile and lemon balm. The heated terrace, which seats up to 28 guests, will transport diners into a whimsical haven amidst the bustling streets of Mayfair. To celebrate the opening of Scott’s English Country Garden Terrace, the bar team have created a limited edition cocktail menu in partnership with Tanqueray No. TEN (ABV 47.3%), which can be enjoyed alongside some of Scott’s best-loved dishes. Bespoke cocktails will include Tiny Ten (£16.00), created from Tanqueray No. TEN Gin, Grapefruit, Orris and Champagne, Ten & Thyme (£16.00) made from Tanqueray No. TEN Gin, Thyme, Peach, Lemon, Apricot & Grape Soda, Tenth Hour (£16.00) created from Tanqueray No. TEN Gin, Strawberry, Basil & Orange. For a classic with a twist, there’s the No. TEN Martini cocktail (£19.50), concocted from Tanqueray No. TEN Gin, Vermouth, Olive or Lemon. Alongside the cocktail menu, Scott’s will also offer a limited-edition dessert; the Scott’s Garden Spritzer (£15), featuring a homemade lemon sorbet served in a martini glass, finished with Tanqueray No. TEN Gin and served with citrus, and chamomile elements - finished with an iconic Tanqueray No. TEN wax stamp. 

A ‘Scott’s English Country Garden’ will be live and open until Sunday 3rd September. To book please visit