Creative cuisine, inspired use of the finest ingredients and an impressive wine cellar make any stay at The Chesterfield Mayfair a pleasure. Guests can enjoy an exceptional breakfast at leisure, fine British dining, grand banqueting, Afternoon Tea and a delicious and light pre-theatre menu.
For fine dining, Butler's Restaurant is an elegant yet informal choice, whilst the light and airy Conservatory with views over the garden and fountain lends itself perfectly to cocktail parties, light lunches and our award-winning Afternoon Tea.
Wine lovers will delight in the extensive list of superb vintages drawn from our Wine Room, including a selection from our vineyard in South Africa, Bouchard Finlayson. Our knowledgeable sommelier, William Wilson is always happy to offer advice and make recommendations.
At the end of a busy day, the Terrace Bar is the perfect place to unwind and linger over a fine cognac, an aged malt, or a glass of chilled Champagne while listening to the tunes of our resident pianist.
Inspired by Hardys Original Sweetshop, our latest Afternoon Tea offering celebrates the joy of rediscovering old favourites and the thrill of finding something new and scrumptious.
Savour freshly made finger sandwiches, homemade scones and a selection of delicious cakes and pastries inspired by the magic of The Original Sweetshop!
Join our resident mixologists who will guide you through an innovative and exciting gin and tonic tour.
We have created four sensational menu tastings where you will have the opportunity to sample selected gins ranging from citrus to floral accompanied by your choice of tonic water pairings and garnishes.
England is famous for serving traditional Fish and Chips – dating back to around 1860 when fried fish was sold in Britain by street sellers from large wooden trays hung round their necks. Often wrapped in old newspaper in an attempt to keep prices down, the significance of this dish is often regarded as a national treasure. During World War 2, Ministers bent over backwards to ensure Fish and Chips was one of few foods not rationed and it is claimed that because of this, Germany was defeated. Fish and chips were also vital during the D-Day landings as soldiers identified each other by shouting “Fish” and responding with “chips”.
Here at The Chesterfield Mayfair, we are keeping the tradition of Fish and Chips very much alive but with a fresh twist and certain finesse with all the trimmings which is already proving hugely popular. Our fish is fresh wild haddock from Billingsgate market, served in beer batter made from London Ale with a healthy portion of chips. It is accompanied by a homemade tartar sauce, gravy, curry sauce and mushy peas. Served with malt vinegar, pickled onions, gherkins and quails eggs with a fresh bap.
"Our aim is to showcase British cuisine at its finest, tempered with international touches, using only the freshest ingredients of the highest quality"
Executive Chef, Nathan Hindmarsh
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