As London moves into tier 2 of lockdown measures, visitors to Mayfair and Belgravia can still enjoy the best of London’s dining spots as restaurants and cafes across the district offer outdoor dining.
Mayfair and Belgravia are also home to some of the most idyllic public spaces in London; Grosvenor Square, Brown Hart Gardens, Halkin Arcade, Grosvenor Gardens and Eccleston Yards are all open and have seating and space to enjoy while eating lunch, meeting friends at a safe social distance or simply passing through.
We’ve rounded up some of the very best outdoor dining experiences in Mayfair and Belgravia that are still open and welcoming visitors.
The Hari Garden Terrace offers guests a retractable roof and built-in heaters to keep guests warm on the coldest of winter evenings. Now serving an exciting new menu and cocktail list, the terrace provides the perfect setting for an afternoon Aperitivo or long, lazy lunches and dinners al fresco.
The Orange, The Thomas Cubitt and The Alfred Tennyson pubs are investing in heaters, wind breakers and additional parasols for all outside areas. The Thomas Cubitt and The Alfred Tennyson also have awnings for cover too.
Daylesford Pimlico Road, the organic farm shop and café in the heart of Belgravia is open as usual, with an outdoor terrace, heaters and blankets too.
Peggy Porschen, London’s most Instagrammable café will still be serving their cakes and other delights, with outdoor heaters and blankets on the terrace.
The Berkeley, the epitome of modern British luxury, has an outdoor dining space as part of the Berkeley Bar and Terrace, with heaters and blankets.
Motcombs, the fashionable Belgravia restaurant, which is within walking distance from Kings Road, Saatchi Gallery and Sloane Street and mere moments away from the iconic Harrods and Harvey Nicholls, has an outdoor terrace with numerous heaters and blankets to help people enjoy dining in the warmth.
Jones Family Kitchen has a great outdoor dining area in Eccleston Yards, where London’s very best steaks are still being served!
Scott’s, infamous to Mount Street, offers sought-after terrace dining and cocktails and serves the finest traditional fish and shellfish dishes alongside a variety of meat and seasonal game favourites.
Mercato Mayfair Caffe, the new outdoor hotspot just behind Mercato Mayfair, has opened and is the go-to spot for lunch or after-work drinks. Located in Brown Hart Gardens, the new garden will be an excellent location to soak up the Mayfair culture.
Jean-Georges at The Connaught in Mayfair is ideal for relaxed, everyday dining – from divine breakfasts to late night dinners – with the terrace offering the perfect alfresco spot for a drink.
Jamavar, specialising in Indian street food, have outdoor dining options for guests and serve up tasty botanical themed cocktails too.
The North Audley Canteen (NAC), Mayfair’s French bistro and weekend brunch hotspot, offers great alfresco dining options on North Audley Street.
ROKA, London’s best spot for the finest Japanese cuisine, has outdoor dining options and outdoor heaters at its Mayfair branch do you can tuck into this fare in comfort.
Mayfair Chippy, the award winning fish and chip restaurant in Mayfair has outdoor dining facilities so you don’t have to miss out at all.
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