And if you find yourself in central London and you don’t quite know where to start your foodie adventure, we recommend heading to Bond Street.

This wealthy and beautiful area is known for its high-end, luxury shopping. But it is also home to some of the most vibrant and luxurious restaurants in the whole of London. And the majority of restaurants near Bond Street can be found in the pretty and welcome neighbourhood of Mayfair.

Mayfair is another London zone that is best known for its boutique shopping and 5-star restaurants. But it also has a reputation as being the city’s hub of gastronomical excellence, with established restaurants that are local institutions, as well as the most talked-about, emerging new eateries with the most innovative chefs in the world at the helm.

Restaurants Near Bond Street

Finding your way around central London is difficult at best. So if you're looking for restaurants near Bond Street in Mayfair, let us guide you through a selection of the very best.

Everything we've listed here today has been hand-picked by our team of experts, and offers an unparalleled level of customer service, along with exciting and diverse menus that are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds!

Native at Browns

Where? Browns Department Store, 39 Brook Street, Mayfair, W1K 4JE
What? Prix fixe & à la carte menus of creative British cuisine in a cosy dining room

What makes this restaurant special: A quick 4-minute walk from Bond Street station, Native serves up innovative, wild and sustainable dishes in the Mayfair department store of Browns.

Located at 39 Brook Street, diners at Native can enjoy seasonal, British cuisine served in a playful and casual style at this vibrant and quirky eatery. Open from Tuesday to Saturday, the award-winning team at Native champion seasonal produce and ethical dining, and with their ever-changing menu, you can be sure of an exciting experience that's a little bit different every time you visit.

Further to Native’s creative menu, guests here can also enjoy an extensive wine list, the Native’s Garden Bites menu and even a signature cocktail. And all of this can be experienced either inside the walls of the restaurant, or outside on the secret courtyard; London weather permitting!


Where? 42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 6ZR
What? Contemporary Indian restaurant offering a creative menu of South Asian small plates

What makes this restaurant special: In London, you'll find an Indian restaurant in every neighbourhood. However, for a taste of something truly authentic and unique, Londoners head to BiBi on North Audley Street. A 6-minute walk from Bond Street, BiBi is the perfect place to sample both traditional and contemporary Indian and Asian cuisine in a sumptuous and opulent setting.

For those looking for a casual dining experience, BiBi offers chaat and grills which are perfect for sharing. But if you want to keep the delights of this menu all to yourself, then pick out your favourite from the a la carte menu. Some of our top picks include the raw beef pepper fry and Devon scallop nimbu pani. With small dishes starting from £7 each, BiBi is the ideal choice for a relaxed afternoon with friends and family.

If you can't get enough of the exotic Indian flavours from the food menu, then perhaps an Asian-inspired cocktail will hit the spot. We love the pineapple and green tea highball, made with coriander seeds and Himalayan green tea. Not to mention, BiBi has their signature Negroni, which takes the traditional Italian cocktail and it gives it an Asian twist.


Where? 20 Mount Street, Mayfair, W1K 2HE
What? Market-fresh fish, seafood and caviar plus an elegant oyster and Champagne bar

What makes this restaurant special: A local landmark in its own right, Scott’s of Mayfair sits proudly on Mount Street, a 9-minute walk from Bond Street. This restaurant is famed for its fish and seafood, with a stunning, dedicated oyster and Champagne bar and one of the most varied and eclectic selections of caviar anywhere in London.

Diners at Scott's can enjoy incredible dishes from head chef David McCarthy, including oysters, caviar, shellfish and lobster. Scott's also offers a great selection of meat, as well as a vegetarian menu. But let's be honest, you don't go to Scott’s for a salad!

This restaurant is said to be one of the oldest in London, and even lays claim to being where James Bond writer Ian Fleming discovered the dry martini ‘shaken not stirred’. And if you like a little bit of history, you'll enjoy sitting back in Scott's opulent 1,600ft dining room, with antique glass-clad columns and the largest collection of original English primitive paintings.

With prices starting from £28 for blackened miso salmon, Scott's is not a place to go for those on a budget. However, if you're looking for a truly unique dining experience, then Scott’s is the place to visit.


Where? Claridge’s Hotel, Brook Street, Mayfair, W1K 4HR
What? A selection of bars and restaurants housed in a world-famous 5-star hotel

What makes this restaurant special: We can honestly say we never get tired of Claridge’s! This 5-star hotel on Brook Street is a hop, skip and a jump from Bond Street and offers a truly world-class dining experience.

Whether you're looking for an extravagant dinner, or a light bite with some friends, Claridge’s well and truly caters for all types of diner. For a truly one-of-a-kind lunch or dinner, head to the Foyer & Reading Room, which is the hotel’s decadent dining hall. Or for more of a casual brunch or lunch, take a seat at l'Epicerie, well you can enjoy private dining for up to 14 guests. Private dining menus start from £150 per person, and you can sample the incredible gourmet skills of Claridge’s trained and experienced chefs.

And if you're in the mood for something altogether casual, head to the wonderfully eclectic Painter’s Room or Fumoir bars, where you'll find everything from cocktails and exclusive whiskeys, to a truly mind-blowing selection of wine and Champagnes, courtesy of Claridge’s own wine cellar.

LPM Restaurant and Bar

Where? 53-54 Brook's Mews, Mayfair, W1K 4EG
What? Chef Raphael Duntoye serves upscale French food in a smart dining room

What makes this restaurant special: For a touch of sophistication, mixed with just the right dose of bohemian soul, head to LPM on Brook’s Mews. Just a 3-minute stroll from Bond Street station, LPM has their flagship French bistro at this fabulous Mayfair address and welcomes guests and local residents into their cosy yet vibrant eatery.

Head chef Raphael Duntoye invites you to sample the very best of the French riviera and beyond, with a hand-picked selection of menus that will delight both fans of traditional French cuisine, and those looking for something a little fresh and different.

Some of our favourite dishes here include the crispy squid with paprika and green chilli, burrata and cherry tomatoes with basil, and the endive salad with Gorgonzola and caramelised walnuts. And all washed down with a delicious glass of plonk from LPM’s fantastic wine list.