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DOWNTOWN MAYFAIR

By Chris |  November 26 2013


Giuseppe Cipriani and his father, legendary restaurateur Arrigo Cipriani, have brought the second of their family’s restaurants in London to Mayfair’s New Burlington Place.

Located between two of the most well known shopping streets in London, Savile Row—famous for its bespoke tailors—and the excitement of Regent Street, Downtown Mayfair delivers modern northern Italian cuisine in an elegant and timeless setting.

The restaurant’s interior, created by Florentine designer Michele Bonan, is inspired by a London of the 40s and features engraved glass, warm materials like leather and walnut, antiqued bronze, Venetian chandeliers and Venetian mosaic marble floors.

In the warmer months, diners can opt to dine al fresco and sip the signature original Bellini on the covered terrace in a relaxed and happy atmosphere. The cuisine includes classic Venetian dishes and specialties from different regions of Italy like burrata with grilled zucchini, baby squid with fresh tomatoes, pappa al pomodoro, risotti, Harry’s Bar in Venice world favorite baked tagliolini and a not-to-be-missed ‘Gelato al momento’.

An elegant, private dining space with a fireplace, leather bergere and library can accommodate up to 40 guests for a sit down dinner.

The restaurant is open seven days a week.

Phone: +44 (0)20 3056 1001

15 New Burlington Place, London W1S 2HX

www.downtownmayfair.com

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