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Splendid food in convivial surroundings with an amusing Italian waitress looking after our table - sadly as I have not been ennobled another nearby and regular guest of clearly greater stature seemed to get priority when ordering his food!
You cannot fault the staff for service which is friendly, welcoming and efficient.
The menu has things you want to order and feels like fair value, if only the food was slightly better. I had the oysters and whilst they were fine (obviously otherwise a very different review!) they didn’t glisten. The steak tartare likewise just didn’t have that zing.
All said I would definitely recommend friends to this sophisticated and friendly restaurant.
We had a great night with fantastic food and excellent service. We both loved the dining room and bar. Thank you.
It took us a while to find the place, tucked away in the corner of the famous square, but well worth the effort. It had the feel of a gentlemans club. Whilst we were eating the delicious bread with our' lets relax 1st drink' the customers coming in were warmly greeted, handshakes and 'your usual table today ?? '. The regulars were taking the set menu with a glass or two from the well priced French wine list. We opted for the full menu, a definite bias towards fish with a short list for meat lovers. Our choice: one avocado with prawns. (best avocado ever !!), other smoked salmon with a delicious brown bread.
Mains: one steak other lamb chops. Beautifully presented, quality ingredients, no fussy frills, just well cooked best quality food. All washed down with a sensibly priced bottle of Burgundy. We were full but it's a special find... so hey ho we had deserts too. They turned out to be a slice of delicious cake helped down with just a small glass of desert wine !!
Wonderful experience in London. Great food and atmosphere and attentive service. The lobster soufflé was fabulous, as was the foie grad.
The food and service at Bellamy's was excellent; so much so that I have booked another table. The Steak Tartare was one of the best I have ever had.
It is a proper, well run, sophisticated restaurant with professional staff and a great friendly atmosphere.
Consistently good food from a friendly staff and welcoming atmosohere
We had a great evening at this cosy spot in Mayfair. Balenced, unpretentious French-fare served by attentive chef and waitress. Poached Skate was one of the best I had. Dover sole, though out of season, was indeed delicious. Modest but carefully picked wines on the list as well. The only downside is the acoustics of the dining room which prevents normal conversation. Despite that, I’d dine here every week.
We were made to feel very welcome. The service was attentive without being intrusive. The food was good bistro fare: well cooked, tasty, reasonably sized portions. Reasonably priced.
Consistently good food and value. however, on this occasion the service was lacking a little. I think that there are a few new staff and perhaps because the restaurant was not quite as busy as I have seen it on previous occasions perhaps the urgency was lacking. We would still rate this as one of our regular lunch venues for business meetings.
This restaurant never fails to impress me.The atmosphere is perfect even when very busy.the staff have a way of ensuring that everybody is looked after no matter what is happening.So much about the atmosphere what about the food you ask.well it is fabulous.The small menu can offer even the most discerning diner a taste of perfection.On the number of times we have visited we have never been disappointed and i must confess my favorite is the Dover Sole.Just enough without it being too much and perfectly cooked.Can't wait to return.
Had great food in a very relaxed and calm atmosphere.
The Dover sole fillets were excellent.
Perfectly nice food, very good service, very noisy, a little expensive for what it is.
Friends recommended Bellamys. I would definitely recommend; food was excellent and extremely tasty and the service was attentive.
The food wasn’t good enough. It used to be better back in the day, I wouldn’t go again
The most discrete, classiest restaurant in London. Food, wine and service are to die for. The wild boar ragu was the best I have ever had. Cannot recommend it enough.
This is a very nice traditional restaurant but the service is very French and little standoffish. The clientele are generally older and therefore the ambience is on the quiet and more formal side.
The food was very nice although our steaks were slightly overcooked from the medium well ordered but still very nice.
Another wonderful visit to Bellamy’s. As usual an enjoyable experience. A birthday lunch for my friend who wasn’t disappointed. Attentive service, especially from Luigi who looked after us so well. Food was excellent (Whitbait and Dover Sole) as was the wine. Look forward to next visit soon. Bravo Bellamy’s !!
Very enjoyable evening. Excellent food, very well cooked and presented. A bit noisy despite not being full. Wine grosssly over-priced which spoilt an otherwise delightful occasion
Amazing food and outstanding service!
First time at Bellamy and most definitely not the last, very impressed with the quality of of the service, as well as the food!
As usual everything superb
Luigi on form and brilliant helping everyone
A great evening
An excellent occasion slightly spoilt by a huge party who were noisier than a few other small tables would have been…..but excellent service and food as ever.
First time I'd been to this Mayfair restaurant, and I was pleasantly surprised. It's tucked away in a side street just off Berkeley Square, giving the street a sense of calm away from the bustle on most west end streets and Bellamy's itself is a real hidden gem. It's a smart bistro style restaurant, with an immaculate look. We went for the lunch set menu - the terrine was good but the veal main was exceptional, and well accompanied by a thyme jus and potato gratin. Exceptional value for food this good, definitely somewhere on my list to return to.
I went to try this restaurant as it was said a queen's favorite. I am sorry to comment that the food was very under my expectation. We ordered a set menu. Both starter and main were very salty. So we decided not to try dessert as it might have disappoint us. However, the service was great and ambience was private.
Incredible food and service. For the price, most affordable and unique restaurant in the area.
Went for an informal business lunch. Excellent service. Prices fair for the area. Very competent, reliable relatively plain French/English cooking. A bit full of suits at lunchtime - more couple friendly in the evening. Would recommend unreservedly.
Lovely French bistro that is a wonderful find on Bruton Place. Good selection of meat and fish. Our entrees were well prepared, and the service was most attentive.
A lovely find. Having read the reviews I was quite hopeful and having brought Clients for a first lunch, didn't wish to be let down. Service was impeccable, the food was very good with generous portions and the quality of the ingredients, first-class. I'd highly recommend for a ££££'s luncheon.
I’ve been to Bellamy’s many times and it never disappoints. Very good food in a lovely room with first class service and for the quality on offe4 the best value in London.
This excellent restaurant was spoiled by some of its clientele. Taking friends there for part of their Golden Wedding gift it was spoilt by a rowdy group in the bar beforehand. On moving into the restaurant we found, after while that the group had expanded and were crowding us on the next table. They continued being very loud and the management apologised to us but overall there was nothing to be done. A very special evening spoiled. Nevertheless the food was up to the usual excellent standard and enjoyed by us all.
Great food and friendly staffs. Not too noisy and we had a great time catching up with friends
We had a lovely evening and a great table in the corner looking into the restaurant
Service was very good and attentive without being over bearing
Nice quiet spot off the main drag and the restaurant was just right in terms of ambience
Recommend it to anyone also very reasonably priced for Mayfair
A classic French brasserie with excellent service, a measured, comfortable ambience and very good wine list. Not a vegetarian main-course in sight though, so veges be aware.
Excellent food, great atmosphere and very nice and pleasant staff
An OK experience. Service was on the inattentive side - didn't make us feel special. Food was good. A pleasant evening but not somewhere we'd rush back given competition in the area. Would recommend with reservations!
Unfortunately the maitre d bumped into my chair and back 3 times
Overall the service was good though but bumping into one is really really annoying
The partridge was completely raw in the legs as was my neighbour’s.
Soup was delicious as was the Carignan
Very nice atmosphere
The food is consistent (good) as is the service but the staff do not look very happy! Nevertheless, they are welcoming. It is expensive for what it is. No doubt to put off some of the more loud individuals but in these straightened times it seems odd to keep increasing the prices if the idea is to attract loyalty from the regulars. It is quite male orientated. There do not seem to be many female customers at lunchtime. It is good for a business lunch/dinner but I am not sure if I would take my wife there.
It was my wife's birthday so we wanted a pukka place in the West End to celebrate and this restaurant was known to us through Simon Binder ( a restauranteur in his own right ) who also happened to be my wife's cousin.
We were shown to a pleasant table for two, in a room that was reasonably full, mostly male and probably merchant bankers, judging by the obvious 'business lunch' vibe going on around us. That was not a criticism, merely an observation. The linen and layout of the table was spot on.
Two glasses of good Champagne enabling us to quaff as we chose from the table d 'hote menu. Both agreed on the saffron and mussel soup, which was excellent. A decent size mini tureen each full of creamy, fishy and saffrony liquid which with the sour dough bread, was exquisite.
Then, it was on to the duck, cooked with greengages and served in its own jus. We accompanied it with creamed potato and saute of spinach. The potato took time to arrive, which caused a murmur of displeasure but didn't really detract from the main course. I had a glass of Graves, which hit the spot.
I had mentioned, sotto voce, to Luigi, the m'aitre d , that it was a 'birthday', so the chef placed a candle in our shared dessert of red berries with ice creme. I felt this was a tad abstemious and the restaurant could have extended the surprise to include a plate of her own, with candle, as it was her birthday. We also shared a Muscat to accompany the dessert. Coffee - double espresso - was served with a generous bowl of delicious chocolate dragees, which we wolfed down.
The bill ? £135 ish with service. Quite reasonable I feel.
So, on balance, it was a good eating experience. My only criticism is that they were a waiting staff member light, so the intuitive attention, that one needs and looks for - in not having to ask for a refill of water, for example , was not always there. On leaving, the proprietor spoke to me about the meal and was very convivial . A nice touch and I think we will be going back.
Wonderful restaurant! Cucina superlativa. Menù francese con scelta eccezionale di caviale e vini di tutto il mondo. Pesce fresco e cucinato in modo delizioso.
Favorite spot in London