Corrigan’s of Mayfair for those looking for premium tasty food is a luxury restaurant on Upper Grosvenor Street in London’s Mayfair. The famed Irish chef, Richard Corrigan’s Mayfair residence delivers both in the way of cuisine and atmosphere.
In today’s everchanging world there is a great need to offer upmarket dining that concentrates on doing the simple things very well. This is exactly what Corrigan’s delivers.
This reflects Gentlemans Butler’s core beliefs in offering excellence and service.
Step inside the elegant and warming interior of Corrigan’s Mayfair, for a night of grace, glamour and experience luxury in a very natural way.
THE WELCOME …. In our opinion this is vital, even if individuals do not know all the nuances of etiquette a warm smile and being made to feel welcome counts for so much. I must pay particular attention to the head barman who went out of his way with a cheerful disposition to get the evening started in a positive way. This was much appreciated.
In a funny way the look of the restaurant is quite traditional with its peekaboo semi-circle canopies over the windows and with the restaurant being long against the street with the stairs going up. The rooms are not super high either, however not alarmingly low so it has a snug feel about it. Its not something you see so much these days and a perfect restaurant design to meet up with a friend as its not too large either.
We sat and enjoyed cocktails in Dickie’s bar getting our evening under way.
THE CLASSIC FOOD….
Richard Corrigan’s, Corrigan’s Mayfair restaurant brings guests the best of the land and the sea and is truly reflective of the seasons. Much of the produce is from Richard’s farm, Virginia Park Lodge.
I had Hen egg, ham, pea and my friend the Scallops
I had lamb and my friend The Rabbit
I had The Custard Tart and my friend The Melon Cheesecake
Australian, French red, German Reisling, Rose and dessert wine
This is exactly what we like. Comfortable seats, in my opinion is where so many restaurants fall down, good food where we relaxed and even had a nice chat with two ladies next to us towards the end of the evening. We left with our stomachs rounded and well imbibed with smiles on our face.
When you do the important things well, life is simple. Thoroughly recommend.
Head Chef, Ross Bryan’s, has created menus full of flavour and finesse.
Ross Bryans, the Chef Patron at Corrigan’s Mayfair, has experience in some of the best kitchens within the UK, Ireland and further afield, and has trained amongst some of the most highly regarded chefs in the world. Before joining the team at Corrigan’s Mayfair in March 2017, Ross opened the Clocktower Restaurant in New York with Jason Atherton and restaurateur Stephen Starr with the position of Executive Chef in early 2015. Prior to this, Ross was Head Chef at Jason Atherton’s flagship Michelin starred restaurant, Pollen Street Social for over two years.