About May Fair Kitchen
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Set in the heart of London’s finest neighbourhood, May Fair Kitchen presents a Japanese izakaya and Italian restaurant experience a few minutes’ walk from Bond Street, Green Park and Piccadilly. Diners can indulge in a Japanese menu of moriawase, omakase, sashimi, tempura and robata dishes, or a selection of Italian comforting dishes from Puglia to Parma, including fresh pasta, stone-baked pizza and grilled specialities. May Fair Kitchen is the flagship restaurant of the award-winning Kitchens brand.
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May Fair Kitchen has long been a fixture in its namesake London neighbourhood of Mayfair, close to Green Park station, serving both guests to The May Fair Hotel and a constant stream of the city’s gourmets plucked from the public with sustainable seafood and meat dishes. Now that the restaurant has tightened its focus, concentrating on the healthy, bold and colourful cuisines of the Mediterranean, May Fair Kitchen’s refurbished concept and interior is set to usher in a new era for the veteran eatery. Here down Stratton Street, head chef Alessandro Stefoni’s Italian and Spanish small plates are a particular drawcard, expertly paired with fine wines and served with an unfussy flourish. Drop in for lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, or just high-end surf’n’turf small plates, whether solo or with a group of up to twenty, or take advantage of the May Fair Hotel’s 70+ capacity function rooms for a lavish private dining event.