Step off the tube at Green Park Station and walk straight into the heart of one of London’s hottest culinary quarters. With everything from the finest of Michelin Star experiences to some of the best locally sourced cuisine you can find, there’s something for everyone here.

The best restaurants near Green Park Station offer a true treat for your tastebuds, but with a host of picturesque interiors and world-class service to boot, these eateries leave nothing to chance in their quest to impress. 

So let’s take a stroll through Mayfair as we reveal our six favourite restaurants near Green Park Station.


Opening its doors just last year, Bacchanalia is a true feast for the senses. Grab your camera as you take in the breathtaking interior, including a collection of four Damien Hirst statues with gorgeously hand-painted murals adorning the walls and ceiling.

The menu is inspired by the Mediterranean, with Greek and Italian influences running through the menu curated by world-renowned chef Athinagoras Kostakos. Indulge in sumptuous seasonal dishes from Lobster Paccheri Pasta to Risotto Nero — feel free to add black truffle or caviar for an extra portion of luxury. Located just 15 minutes from Buckingham Palace, this is certainly a must-visit — book your table now and make this the highlight of your evening.

1-3 Mount St, London, W1K 3NA

8-minute walk from Green Park Station

ROKA Mayfair

Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Mayfair, ROKA Mayfair is an award-winning Japanese restaurant specialising in Robatayaki cuisine. The Robata grill is the centrepiece of its beautiful and sophisticated interior, so pull up a chair and enjoy this wonderful blend of contemporary and traditional Japanese decor and the unique culinary experience it offers.

Just a seven-minute walk from Hyde Park, Roka boasts exceptionally high-quality ingredients coupled with meticulous preparation. Enjoy anything from sumptuous sashimi to a flavour-filled black cod marinated in yuzu miso — one of the pricier dishes at £44, but more than worth it. 

30 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZF

16-minute walk from Green Park Station

The Ivy Asia

Step into a true taste of Asia right in the heart of Mayfair, just two minutes away from Grosvenor Square. The Ivy Asia offers a stellar range of dining options: afternoon tea, a dedicated sushi bar, a stunning main restaurant, and late-night entertainment with cocktails to match. The stunning interior seamlessly blends the past and the present, with breathtaking artwork and stunning antique décor littered amongst a collection of cherry blossom trees. 

Once you’ve moved your focus from the surroundings to the menu, you’ll be equally impressed. A wonderfully varied sushi menu coupled with some stunning large dishes, such as the gorgeous Wagyu Beef, gives you plenty to choose from. Afterwards, enjoy some sake or a cocktail while The Ivy Asia’s nightly DJ keeps you entertained.

8 – 10 North Audley St, London, W1K 6WS

16-minute walk from Green Park Station


Apricity is a true haven for the eco-conscious diner. It’s a sustainable restaurant, boasting a Green Michelin Star to highlight its commitment to high ethical and environmental standards. Enjoy exceptionally well-curated seasonal produce, cooked with a low-waste approach.

An ever-changing menu loaded with locally foraged ingredients will truly tempt your tastebuds. Enjoy everything from elderflower tempura to miso-roasted cabbage. Feel the effect on your wallet too, with starters averaging around £15 and mains closer to £30 — sustainable food at affordable prices.

Just a nine-minute walk from Cavendish Square Gardens, drop in and make Apricity your next favourite restaurant.

68 Duke Street, London, W1K 6JU

14-minute walk from Green Park Station

The Mayfair Chippy

No list of the best restaurants near Green Park Station would be complete without mentioning The Mayfair Chippy. This is far from your traditional chip shop though, with this award-winning restaurant adding a new take on a classic while still paying close homage to the classic chippies of our past.

Step inside and you’ll be greeted by a traditional chequerboard floor and bright white walls. Sit into one of the cosy booths on offer and you’ll be treated to a menu filled with fresh and sustainably sourced seafood. The classic fried cod or haddock with chips and mushy peas is the go-to for many. 

Explore the menu further, however, and find a variety of sumptuous dishes, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options so everyone is catered for.

14 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6WE

16-minute walk from Green Park Station