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Wild Honey is an unexpected haven tucked away on a quiet side street in the bustling West End
The cooking is market led, using impeccable fresh, native, and seasonal ingredients with huge skill.
Wild Honey receives consistently good reviews for its food and wine, stunning wood-panelled dining room and professional service.
Travel + Leisure
A follow-up to the wildly popular Arbutus, Wild Honey features surefire Franglais cooking: warm smoked eel with pear purée and delicious Scottish beef with baked onion.
Try starters of Dorset crab with bittersweet Italian leaves and lychee, or smoked eel with boneless crisp chicken wings, sweetcorn and turnips.
Oak paneling and striking contemporary art combine to create the look of this elegant modern bistro.
Everything, from ravioli of wild Italian greens with lemon peel via slow-cooked beef cheek to their signature wild honey ice cream, is delicious.
Ravioli of wild Italian greens with Moroccan lemon peel, followed by grilled young chicken with spring vegetable risotto... were a masterful reminder of what the kitchen is capable of.
"Far from the madding crowd", this "relaxing" Modern Brit (sibling of Arbutus) off Bond Street shows an element of "inventiveness" across its "refined" menu.
Not For Tourists
This Michelin star's got skillz (and a damn good tête-de-veau).
The elegant wood panelling and ornate plasterwork may say 'classic Mayfair institution' but the personable service team keep the atmosphere enjoyably easy-going.