Established in 1720 as Hatchetts' White Horse Cellar when the Exeter 'Flying Stage' rumbled over Piccadilly to the open west, it was already famed in those days as an Eating House' and for the departing Mail Coaches – Hatchetts was even mentioned in Mr. Pickwick Papers. Located in the heart of Mayfair along White Horse Street, they feature an inspired and creative take on classic British cuisine, with dishes like salt marsh lamb rump with broad beans, tender stem broccoli and minted jersey royals alongside custom cocktails takes centre stage in this London institution, and we do highly advise you save room for something off their delectable dessert menu. The passionate team behind Hatchetts uses only the finest British ingredients, cooked using a combination of classic and modern techniques with an abundance of love and care. Sustainability, provenance and seasonality are all of paramount importance at Hatchetts. Book your table today!
Good atmosphere and good effort from the staff. Food was good and fairly priced considering the location of the venue. Would recommend to anyone wanting a good lunch