And although you might think of luxury hotels and boutique shopping when you imagine Mayfair, it might surprise you to know that North Audley Street is also jam-packed with some of the best restaurants in all of London.

So whether you’re looking for an extravagant 5-course Asian feast, or simply a slap up lunch of traditional fish and chips, the best restaurants around North Audley Street have got you covered. And, as we’re about to discover, there’s a whole world of culinary wonder waiting for you at these North Audley Street restaurants.

Finding the Best Restaurants Around North Audley Street

Tucked away behind Grosvenor Square, and a stone's throw from both Marble Arch and Bond Street Tube stations, North Audley Street is a beautiful little stretch of road that is filled with exciting restaurants for you to discover.

But even though this street is relatively small, it can be hard to find your way through the sheer volume of fabulous eateries and places to drink. So we're here to guide you through the best restaurants around North Audley Street, and each one we've listed below stands out for its unique cuisine, beautiful interiors and 5-star customer service.

ROKA Mayfair

Where? 30 North Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 6RQ,
What? Premium sushi and grilled Japanese offerings in a refined, inviting and cosy setting

Why you should visit: The award-winning ROKA restaurant sits proudly at number 30 North Audley Street. Diners here can enjoy both traditional and modern Japanese cooking in a chic and atmospheric setting.

From sumptuous sushi and sashimi to the traditional ‘robatayaki’ Japanese grill, you can enjoy everything from casual lunches to decadent dinners at this incredible restaurant. Fans of sushi are invited to enjoy the small plates at the lively countertop, or you can settle in for a more intimate affair in the warm and inviting dining room.

Open from 12pm till 11pm every night of the week, ROKA offers a laid-back dining experience with world class cuisine. And some of our favourites from the menu include black tiger prawn tempura and the crab and black cod dumplings.

NAC (North Audley Cantine)

Where? 41 North Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 6ZP
What? French bistro with whitewashed bricks, banquette seating and cocktail lounge

Why you should visit
: the North Audley Cantine is one of those places that does a little bit of everything, making it the ideal spot for a casual affair, including brunch, lunch, evening menus and desserts. Not to mention, NAC has a drinks list to rival most cocktail bars!

With its white-washed walls, pastel pink and teal upholstery and rose gold-framed mirrors, NAC is an interior designer’s dream. The designers here opted for a spacious, inviting space that harks back to the 1940s with its simple yet striking design. In other words, about as far away as you can get from what we usually imagine when we think of a traditional canteen.

Aside from being a visual delight, the food and drinks on offer at NAC are equally wonderful. We love the brunch menu, where eggs truly are the star of the show. Choose from some incredible combinations, such as Turkish eggs with Cajun butter in pita bread, baked eggs with feta and za’atar or the classic 2 eggs in whichever way you prefer.

Finally, with day and evening menus that serve up fan-favourites, like steaks, burgers, salads and snacks, as well as all your top tipples, like beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks, NAC is a great location for whatever type of dining experience you’re after.

The Mayfair Chippy

Where? 14 North Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 6WE
What? Bright restaurant with outdoor tables offering fish & chips, plus puddings, beers and gins

Why you should visit: Possibly the most beloved dish in the UK, fish and chips is a British staple. And Londoners in the know head to the Mayfair Chippy for the perfectly battered piece of fish and accompanying, expertly cooked, crispy chips.

Of course, being in Mayfair means that this traditional chippy serves much more than just standard battered fish. The cutely-named Afternoon Sea menu offers a set lunch of three tiers, comprising locally sourced seafood to enjoy with your nearest and dearest. Priced at £38 per person, this maritime feast includes delights such as crab bruschetta, mussels, oysters and king prawns, along with a bottle of Prosecco for two.

Open every day of the week, from 12pm to 9.45pm, pre-booking the Afternoon Sea menu is essential, and you can do so through the website. Or if you're just in the mood for a traditional ‘chippy tea’, the Mayfair Chippy offers you to eat in or take out from their award-winning restaurant on North Audley Street.


Where? 42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 6ZP
What? Contemporary South Asian eatery serving creative menus from India

Why you should visit: Another favourite with the Brits is Indian cuisine, and BiBi on North Audley Street is one of the very best in the Mayfair area. Meaning the ‘lady of the house’, BiBi is a contemporary Indian restaurant that marries traditional South Asian cooking with the more modern, laid-back dining culture that’s typical of London.

Choose from the Chef's Selection and à la carte menus. BiBi specialises in chaat and grills, which are perfect for sharing, and some of our favourite dishes include the green chile turbot, Sharmaji's Lahori chicken and the aged lamb barra kebab.

In addition, BiBi may cook food from India, but it sources its produce right here in the UK. Therefore, you can look forward to the freshest, most sustainably sourced ingredients, put together by the head chef to bring you authentic Indian cuisine with a British twist.

Open Tuesdays to Saturdays for lunch from 12pm to 2.30pm, and dinner from 5.30pm to 9.30pm (dinner only on Mondays), you can book your table for lunch or dinner directly at the website, or give the friendly staff at BiBi a call.