Dine at one of Mayfair’s top restaurants for a fraction of the usual price by plumping for one of their £35 weekday lunch menus.

Summer Lunch Stack at The Ivy Asia Mayfair

Spice up your lunchtime by tucking into the Summer Lunch Stack at The Ivy Asia Mayfair. New for summer 2023, the Summer Lunch Stack costs £35 and is available from 11.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Served to diners in a stack of three dishes, highlights include a spicy salmon and avocado roll, mushroom gyoza, spicy peanut chicken, a chickpea and green pepper curry, and steamed rice. For £6 extra, dessert is a generous dollop of soft serve ice cream topped with mango sauce and coconut shavings. There’s also a Vegetarian Summer Lunch Stack for meat-free diners. This lunch menu is available until September when it’ll get an autumn revamp.

The Ivy Asia Mayfair, 8-10 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZD. Near Bond Street, Marble Arch and Oxford Circus tube stations.

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Three-course lunch menu at Lucky Cat

Indulge in a three-course lunch for only £35 at Gordon Ramsay’s Asian eating house Lucky Cat. Diners can feast on three courses, with an assortment of starters to share, including salted edamame, a sushi and make selection, vegetable tempura, and beef gyoza. Choose from four main courses, including steak, salmon, or cabbage served with rice or salad. Top it all off with chocolate tofu, a fruit selection or mochi. The restaurant’s décor and vibe is inspired by Shanghai and Tokyo’s 1930s drinking dens: expect a buzzy atmosphere and nightclub soundtrack.

Lucky Cat, 10 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 6JP. Near Bond Street and Oxford Circus tube stations.

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Teje Lunch Menu at BiBi

Tuck into the Teje Lunch Menu at award-winning Indian restaurant BiBi in Mayfair’s foodie quarter North Audley Street. Costing £35 per person, the menu includes assorted snacks, nashpati bhel, lahori chicken served with roti, yakhni pulao, and daal, with a choice of two puddings: Pondicherry chocolate and fig leaf kulfi or buffalo milk paneer and pistachio kulfi. Diners can pay £20 per person extra for accompanying wines. BiBi, which means ‘lady of the house’ is the brainchild of Chef-patron Chet Sharma, who has spent years cooking at some of the UK’s top Michelin-starred restaurants.

BiBi, 42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZP. Near Bond Street, Marble Arch and Oxford Circus tube stations.

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