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The Westbury

  • LOCATION

    The Westbury
    37 Conduit Street,
    Mayfair,
    London W1

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  • TELEPHONE

    020 7629 7755

  • WEBSITE

    www.westburymayfair.com

  • OPENING TIMES

    Polo Bar
    Mon-Fri: 9:00 - 01:00
    Sat: 11:00 - 01:00
    Sun: 12:00 - 00:00

    Tsujiki Sushi
    Mon-Sat: 12:00 - 22:30

    Alyn Williams at The Westbury
    Tue-Sat:
    Lunch 12:00 - 14.30
    Dinner 18:00 – 22:30 (Mon - Sat)

  • LOCATION

    LOCATION

The Westbury Hotel in Mayfair, London was opened in 1955 by the Polo playing Phipps family. Since then the hotel has expanded tremendously. The Westbury now offers 246 bedrooms, of which 20 are suites where guests can be pampered with special amenities and exceptional service. Additionally, guests can experience an incredible variety of food with the unrivalled fine dining cuisine of Alyn Williams at The Westbury, our discreet and casual Japanese restaurant Tsukiji Sushi and an informal dining experience at The Polo Bar.

The Westbury Hotel also boasts the charismatic, charming and opulent Polo Bar, which offers some of the finest drinks and cocktails in Mayfair, London. In fact, the Polo Bar was voted “Best Hotel Bar of the Year” in 2010.

Alyn Williams at The Westbury

Elegant, understated and chic, Alyn Williams at The Westbury is a shining star in Mayfair’s ever-growing Michelin constellation. Following eight years perfecting his craft with Marcus Wareing in the Berkeley Hotel, Alyn Williams stepped into the spotlight with the opening of his eponymous restaurant in the autumn of 2011 – and has already made quite an impact. A Michelin star, Three AA Rosette Award, top 15 ranking in the UK’s 100 Best Restaurants and National Chef of the Year crown have catapulted Alyn and our sophisticated establishment to the top of everyone’s fine dining wish list. We’re committed to sourcing only the best available seasonal ingredients; keeping cooking straightforward with contemporary touches; ensuring presentation is spotless and service, led by Giancarlo Princigalli, is superb. Two very special private dining rooms offer an extra dimension to your Alyn Williams experience that will make any occasion truly memorable. The unique Wine Salon is the focal point of the restaurant where up to eight guests can dine surrounded by some of the world’s finest wines. Here, traditional restaurant ritual is turned on its head and guests only select their wine, from which Alyn will create a totally bespoke menu to complement the chosen bottle. For larger parties, the stunning Aspen Room seats up to 18 guests. Combining contemporary cooking with timeless surroundings all wrapped up in in a five star luxury destination, Alyn Williams at The Westbury has brought even more star quality to Mayfair.

Tsukiji Sushi 
Tsukiji sushi restaurant is a perfect fusion of Japanese cuisine and Mayfair spirit. Exquisite dishes tailored to the creative imagination of head chef Show Choong include innovative sushi and sashimi made with the most elusive and fresh ingredients from all over the world. Show Choong takes a positive approach to reinventing traditional dishes with healthy, flavour-filled organic ingredients, while renewing his menu each season. The red wood interior of this sleek and airy 20-seat restaurant in Mayfair, London conjures up aspects of Japanese culture and philosophy.

Polo Bar

The super chic Polo Bar is inspired by Art Deco design taking opulence to the extreme with its Swarovski Crystal fittings and custom Fendi detailing. Stimulating, with divine surroundings, luxurious furnishing and sophisticated Bond Street clientele, the Polo Bar provides the best for the best. The Polo Bar provides a stylish and elegant environment in which to enjoy an extraordinary selection of food, wines, cocktails and Champagne. We strive to deliver the very best ingredients available. Boasting one of the most exquisite and exclusive Cocktail lists in London, the Polo Bar really is a 'jewel of Mayfair'. Run by legendary bar staff and with a list to surprise and enchant the world’s most discerning travellers, The Polo Bar really is a secret gem in cosmopolitan London. The soft, elegant interiors lend an air of mystery to this charming shrine of educated drinking. The Polo Bar is heaven for lovers sharing a moment over a romantic cocktail during the evenings; and in the morning The Polo Bar is populated by busy executives lounging, while playing back the conference call.

Brasserie Chavot
The world renowned and charismatic chef Eric Chavot has realised his dream of opening his own venture here at The Westbury Hotel. Brasserie Chavot, situated adjacent to The Westbury Hotel, has hit the food scene in London with a bang. After a mere 5 months of trading, Brasserie Chavot already boasts its first Michelin star. Brasserie Chavot enjoys an interactive room with an aperitif bar next to our ever changing ‘window garden’ and a food bar at the rear of the room where the clients enjoy gastronomic discussions with the chefs as they prepare the meals of the day. The food is made up of classic French dishes with an intensity of flavour and texture. The restaurant seats up to 80 guests and offers an informal, unobtrusive yet Parisian glamour feel. Key features in the design are the stunning chandeliers, unique mosaic flooring and subtle French furnishings.

 

 

 

 

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Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
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Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.