Modern eateries, traditional restaurants, cafes and bars unfurl across the entire Mayfair neighbourhood making it one of the most popular destinations for foodies. And today, we’ll take a closer look at five superb examples of the best restaurants near Brook Street in London to add to our list of options.
Best restaurants near Brook Street London
Whether we're planning a lively lunchtime jaunt with friends or a romantic meal for two, the W1K postcode certainly has the credentials to provide everything we need.
17th January 2023
Find the Best Restaurants near Brook Street
We won’t have to step far from Brook Street to encounter some of the most exceptional dining locations available anywhere in London. Within a 5-minute radius, we are going to experience a fabulous selection of quality fare that tastefully represents various traditions and cultures from around the globe.
Native at Browns
Location: 39 Brook Street, Mayfair, W1K 4JE
Walking distance from Brook Street: 0 mins
From the menu: Lunch set menu: £48 (for whole table), Seasonal dishes: E.g. Wood Pigeon Kebab, Beetroot Hummus Native Harissa : £15, Heritage Grain Brown Crab Risotto, Fennel & Apple Salsa : £15
Located a stone’s throw from Claridge’s and nestled within the Browns flagship designer store on Brook Street, Native at Browns is a warm, cosy, and inviting hideaway, enticing the diner to experience creative British sustainable cuisine at its best.
Native’s mantra ‘hums’ of an earthly moral code, with small playful sharing plates (delightfully penned as ‘wasting snacks’), delivering bold creations of ingredients which might usually be found going to waste.
Diners can escape into a stunning urban courtyard (covered and heated when needed), to be guided by knowledgeable staff on a botanical foraging palate excursion. Focaccia with confit garlic oil, Wood pigeon kebab, Squirrel Ragu or White chocolate and bone marrow caramel accompany native wines and ingenious cocktails in their seasonal availability.
LPM Restaurant and Bar
Location: 53-54 Brook’s Mews, Mayfair, W1K 4EG
Walking distance from Brook Street: 1 min
From the menu: Carpaccio De Coquilles St Jacques : £23.50, Grosses Crevettes Grillées : £42, Entrecôte Grillée £60.50
Nestled in a discreet mews south of Bond Street and west of Soho, this gorgeous restaurant near Brook Street has a distinct triangular-shaped dining room that feels like a glorious slice of brie within a wedged-shaped box.
LPM (or La Petite Maison for those who shy away from acronyms) promises a journey to a time of peace, prosperity, and optimism across the sun-drenched French Mediterranean coastline. Artichokes, beetroot and sweet peppers beautifully combine with salt-cod croquettes or sumptuously marinated lamb cutlets to contribute to honest mouthfuls of food with exceptional flavour combinations, all presented without unnecessary flamboyance.
Signature cocktails and a vast selection of rosé wine helps to keep customers returning time after time and losing themselves with happy thoughts of Liguria and the Côte d’Azur.
Location: 43 South Molton Street, Mayfair, W1K 5RS
Walking distance from Brook Street: 3 mins
From the menu: Pepperoni Pizza : £15.50
Salmon & Spinach Penne : £18.50
Ribeye Steak with peppercorn sauce : £28.50
Located on the fashionable pedestrianised conduit of South Molton Street, Jak’s is ideally positioned to cater for Oxford Street shoppers and welcomes customers from 07:00 am to 01:00 am Monday to Sunday.
In a quirky townhouse with 4 floors of hospitality to suit any style, Jak’s is a café and restaurant by day and a late-night dining bar with live music and DJs into the early hours. The lower-ground cocktail bar with a 150-guest capacity is reminiscent of a low-lit speakeasy, refreshing guests before they head upstairs to experience an extensive menu of delicious pasta, pizza, meat, and fish options.
In fair weather, Jak’s is a great place to sit outside and watch the world go by with any one of their expertly prepared cocktails.
Location: 34 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, W1K 2HD
Walking distance from Brook Street: 7 mins
From the menu: BBQ spatchcock chicken green onion & sesame, miso & ponzu glaze £28.00,
Rib Eye Steak Bannockburn bone-in (430g) £45.00 / Argentinean (300g) £39.00, Roasted fillet of cod, Jerusalem artichokes, iberico ham, brown butter & PX dressing £34.00
Popular with the numerous embassy staff gracing the Grosvenor Square area, 34 Mayfair is one of the most popular restaurants near Brook Street. It shines as a glowing example of an upmarket, modern, European grill house with a stunning art deco-inspired interior that has been delighting diners since 2007.
Open for lunch and dinner, this eatery sets a very high standard, with seasonal décor that will take your breath away. 34 Mayfair is a must-visit for a weekend brunch. It has a beautiful setting, polite and attentive staff and the most exceptional menu that will leave us wanting to return.