Mayfair is packed with delicious options – for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner and there’s always something to suit the occasion in this world class and welcoming neighbourhood.

Whether you’re looking to kick start your day with a power breakfast, searching for a lazy brunch option with friends, or have been charged with the responsibility of finding the perfect lunch spot or have dinner plans, then Mayfair is the place to head.

Discover a wealth of different food options, ranging from sustainable zero-waste restaurants to vegetarian restaurants, and everything in between.

Mayfair is also packed with healthy eateries – where the plant-based philosophy rules supreme. There are also a range of outstanding international cuisine restaurants, which will help you to continue your food odyssey.  With a number of all-day dining options and friendly cafés that transform into cosy wine bars as evening draws in, you’re sure to find exactly the right option to suit you.

From casual dining to Michelin-starred experiences, Mayfair gives everyone the incredible chance to experiment with their taste buds.  The perfect meeting place, whether it’s with friends and family or for work, Mayfair is waiting to welcome you.

One of the newest additions to the Mayfair collection is Apricity, in Duke Street, the latest restaurant from multi-award-winning chef owner, Chantelle Nicholson and her team.  The zero-waste sustainable restaurant celebrates conscious cooking and joyful dining and continues Chantelle’s commitment to running a socially conscious enterprise with a team of innovative and like-minded people who share common values of sustainability, built into everyday living.

With seasonal produce sourced from small scale farmers and locally foraged ingredients, this is the answer if you’re interested in a zero-waste approach to dining.  There is a dedicated tasting menu, celebrating British vegetables as well as a selection of delicious meat and fish dishes.  There is also an extensive list of low intervention wines as well as a selection of zero waste cocktails.

For breakfast and brunch, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a collection of award-winning eateries including Popina, in Duke Street serving seasonal and local produce garnered with inspiration from the founder, Isidora Popovic.  Popina’s rancho’s with lime guacamole has been a long standing favourite as well as her range of egg dishes, including green shakshuka – fried eggs in creamy spinach and Raclette cheese melt with sourdough.

Meanwhile, Hideaway is perfect for breakfast or lunch and is the offering from celebrated chef Ollie Dabbous, Michelin starred chef and owner of Dabbous.  For all the rebels amongst us, breakfast is always with a little twist – try their croque monsieur with black truffle or their signature Hideaway lobster roll.

Mercato Mayfair on North Audley Street is a hive of activity, housed in St Mark’s Church, a Grade 1 listed building, with a variety of food and drink offerings along with its own self-contained vaulted wine cellar. This cultural hub and sustainable community market is filled to bursting with provenance – with two levels of food halls linked to a gorgeous rooftop terrace for al fresco dining. Perfect for lunch with friends, the variety is endless.

For a Michelin starred dining experience with a difference, check out Kai, which has carved its reputation with ‘liberated Nanyan cooking’.  Nanyang is a culinary heritage from the southern seas of China – so get ready for rich, diverse and balanced dishes, which are helping to innovate and evolve Chinese cooking.

Or why not visit Scott’s – a seafood institution, which originally opened as an oyster warehouse in 1851 and is one of the five oldest restaurants in London.  The establishment has welcomed films stars, politicians and writers for decades rumour has it that the famous ‘shaken not stirred’ James Bond martini, was created for writer Ian Fleming, who was a regular visitor.