Wild Honey might sound like the first indie band where the members are exclusively bumble bees, but it’s actually the second incarnation of a very popular, longstanding Mayfair restaurant. It’s now set inside the Sofitel hotel in St James’s, and you can expect seasonal French-meets-British dishes like Welsh lamb sweetbreads, smoked eel with roast hazelnuts, and a chocolate soup dessert that is potentially the most joy melted chocolate has brought us since we discovered that forgotten easter egg on top of the radiator. The space is all about gold detailing, dark woods, and enough crushed velvet to think they’ve partnered with Oliver Bonas. Open from 6.30am during the week, it’s perfect for business breakfasts, grown up catch ups, and candlelit date nights over their must-order ‘I’m Very Specific With My Negroni’ cocktail.
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Titu is tiny spot in Mayfair serving serving reasonably priced (for the area) gyoza with fillings like wagyu beef and foie fras.
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