A stone’s throw from Bond Street station, South Molton Street connects the elegance of Mayfair with the bustle of Oxford Street. Ideal for a coffee, lunch or dinner break when shopping or sightseeing, we’ve rounded up the best of the pedestrianised road’s eateries.

Native at Browns

Located at the Mayfair end of South Molton Street, this ever-fashionable restaurant is located in one of the chicest department stores in the world. Enjoy ethical dining with a playful twist, as the team champion seasonal produce and sustainable dining with a menu of small plates, natural wines and foraged cocktails. With a mantra of “what grows together, goes together”, Native let the land, sea, forest and farm dictate their rotation of delicate delights. For some added tranquillity, take a seat outside in The Courtyard, where you can experience Native’s Garden Bites menu, natural wines and signature cocktails al fresco.

Native at Browns, 39 Brook Street, London W1K 4JE

Everbean

Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or an after-work cocktail on the agenda, Everbean is our go-to choice. A coffee shop by day and a cosy wine bar in the evenings, this buzzy eatery is a must-visit for a spot of post-shopping relaxation.

Everbean, 30 Avery Row, London W1K 4BB

Fair Shot Café

The most recent addition to South Molton Street, Fair Shot Café was set up to address the UK’s current 94% unemployment levels for young people with learning disabilities; the social enterprise eatery launches its first flagship venue serving European food and speciality coffee, and aims to transform the lives of young adults with learning disabilities by helping them gain the skills needed to begin a career in hospitality. Fair Shot provides on-the-job training, places trainees in paid employment, and partners with employers to create more jobs for adults with learning disabilities. Pop in for a sandwich, salad or a cup of coffee.

Fair Shot Café, 17 South Molton Street, London W1K 5QT

Brooks Mews Wine Bar

If you’re looking for a post-work or shopping drink and nibbles, Brooks Mews Wine Bar is a must-visit. The long-desired wine shop, bar and lounge on 24 Brooks Mews is the latest addition to Mayfair wine scene. Located in a creatively converted old carriage workshop in a picturesque mews just moments from South Molton Street and spanning over two floors with seating outside as well as over 36 socially distanced seats in a spacious mezzanine lounge, this is the ideal location to relax and enjoy a well-deserved beverage.

Brooks Mews Wine Bar, 24 Brook’s Mews, London W1K 4EA

Jak’s Mayfair

Situated in a quirky townhouse in the heart of London, Jak’s Mayfair features four floors of hospitality each with its own unique theme. The popular venue is open seven days a week and has become a favourite with both locals and tourists, as well as being one of London’s most-loved event spaces. From a cocktail bar on the lower ground floor, to a café and kitchen on the ground, a first floor restaurant and two drinks spaces on the second floor, there’s something to suit every situation at Jak’s.

Jak’s Mayfair, 43 South Molton Street, London W1K 5RS

Caffé Concerto

Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and a renowned afternoon tea, Caffé Concerto is a favourite amongst visitors and locals alike. Situated at the top of South Molton Street, this Italian restaurant and patisserie creates beautifully made cakes and baked goods, alongside enviable espressos, machiatos and americanos.

Caffé Concerto, 39 South Molton Street, London W1K 5RN