Corrigan’s Mayfair redefines the concept of quintessential British and Irish cuisine. Fusing seasonal produce with Richard’s unmistakable flair. The menus are inspired by Richard’s humble, rural upbringing- combining 21st century luxury and style with down-to-earth, home-inspired cooking.
Corrigan's Mayfair also has four private dining rooms. The intimate Kitchen Library seats from 2 - 6 guests, the exclusive Chef's Table seats up to 15, the new Poet’s Corner for 12 and the beautiful Lindsay Room seats up to 33.
Our private rooms have no room hire charges with menus tailored to your taste.
Corrigan's Mayfair also has four private dining rooms. The intimate Kitchen Library seats from 2 - 6 guests, the exclusive Chef's Table seats up to 12, the new Poet’s Corner for 10 and the beautiful Lindsay Room seats up to 25.View Private Dining Details
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Sun 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Mon - Fri 12:00PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 10:00PM
On our previous visit my husband and I had a fantastic meal, we returned only to be disappointed , the food didn’t have a distinctive taste, rather bland!
very elegant restaurant ,nicely prepared courses, excellent pigeon plate
I would however say it’s good but didn’t wow... food was good, service on the weak side. Ambiance good.
I was very much looking forward to dining at Corrigan's: the restaurant has been very well designed for conversation i.e. there's a good balance between atmospheric noise and discreet background music, whilst you are still able to enjoy conversation without having to either whisper or shout. The food didn't disappoint, it was really excellent but I was quite underwhelmed by the service. It wasn't bad by any stretches of the imagination it just felt very flat: we weren't asked if we'd like a pre-dinner drink but when the wine arrived they were attentive to ensure the glasses were refilled and we definitely weren't forgotten about... but the food was rather unceremoniously placed on the table as if it were a side act to some other event that never materialised. Discretion is one thing but the service is part of the experience and this could definitely do with a rethink.
Just not good enough at this price point.
Excellent and seasonal food with attentive service.
Delightful Bellini, the food an absolute treat...perfection. Attentive but not intrusive service, a lunch to remember.
The food is fabulous , could have done with more than one halved langoustine as a starter, it was so good . Love dining here , the Martini was beautifully made , the wine list fair , the bar staff in particular are very knowledgeable and biddable .
It was Easter Sunday and quite busy, but the whole place felt rushed and service was very average and not attentive. Generally I would say the staff looked and acted stressed. The food was good, but not much better than a gastro pub. The bartender when we arrived was good though and gave a good feel to the restaurant but this did not actually follow through.
Absolutely fantastic staff service food Amazing .And a wonderful restaurant.
Trading on the name. Shame, it used to be such a good restaurant. Shell in the crab, pasta too thick and cold, sweetbreads poorly prepared, wine overpriced and indifferent service. I’d expect an awful lot more for the money. Shan’t be returning.
Fantastic food and friendly and attentive staff
We have never been to a top restaurant before and this ticked every box and we totally loved it, all the staff were pleasant and helpful and the food was superb. I would totally recommend here and look forward to going again as it was a memorable part of our long weekend. Thank you guys very much.
Espetacular ! Imperdível !
Fabulous food and service as usual, love Corrigans Mayfair!
Started off with a cocktail at Dickies Bar before taking our table. We were offered the al a carte menu, but we wanted the tasting menu, so we enquired and after a check with the kitchen, a menu was printed and two happy diners.
Food was outstanding and portions were a good size for a tasting menu, highly recommended.
Wine was over priced but this is the price you pay to be in a lovely restaurant in Mayfair.
One of the best meals ever!
Was our 8 year anniversary... we enjoyed our dining experience very much
Good delicious, Irish Beef encroute was amazing, friendly staff, informative sommelier. Exceptional quality & beautiful decor to complete the dinner experience. Fantastic range in bar, especially Irish Gins, bar was very comfortable.
Lovely evening with my daughter. Thoroughly enjoyed the suckling pig. The service was attentive but not over bearing.
My wife am I attended on St Patrick’s Day for lunch,start to finish the whole experience was faultless,live music was a lovely touch,the food was outstanding,the service wonderfully pleasant and professional,even though it was quite busy nothing was a problem and we were not rushed through our courses,Mr Corrigan’s presence added a extra bit of ambience to the experience,
I am now an official fan and will be most definitely returning in the near future and I advise anyone to do the same.
Corrigans is consistent in delivering exemplary quality and service. Always a total pleasure to go. The food is both familiar yet somehow elated with delicacy and finesse. I went for the St Patrick's Day Sunday Lunch with friends who had not been before and loved it. It was a busy day for the Restaurant yet everything was delivered with the familiar warmth, efficiency and clout I have come to associate with them. Fab.
We had a very pleasant evening in Corrigan's Mayfair, the food was excellent and the service very attentive yet not overpowering. For a "top end" restaurant the food was far from overpriced and we were pleasantly surprised by the bill. Highly recommended.
Excellent lunch and wine, with great service. Beef en-croute was fabulous.
A long, lunch on St Patricks weekend. A friendly, charming restaurant with sublime food and wine. This is definitely a place for family and friends.
Excellent lunch and great atmosphere. Lovely to see Richard chatting to customers and everyone having a good time. Staff were lovely and friendly. The food was what we went for and weren't disappointed - loved the Irish stew.
We had a great dinner at Corrigan’s. We were a group of 8, and everyone loved everything that came out of kitchen. The bar is great fun before dinner as well.
I booked this restaurant for my daughters birthday and requested that they make the evening special if possible. The welcome and the staff in the bar were fabulous, friendly and welcoming. The table was quite and well positioned although the lighting was so low it was hard to see what we were eating.
Starters were disappointingly dull. The braised leeks were almost impossible to eat as they knives did not cut through them.
Main courses were good but nothing special given the prices paid.
The desserts are too sweet and the tart tatin massive - enough for 4 people not 2 as advertised.
The biggest disappointment was the staff who seemed wholly disinterested in us. Our water was not topped up once. Plates not cleared, we had to help ourselves to our wine and were not offered tea, coffee, digestifs etc so we just paid and left.
All in all for the money we will not be going back. The service is much better else where, clearly you just pay for the location
Very good place. Brilliant bar keeper, friendly staff especially the one from the Garderobe. Only minus point is that it was a bit too dark at our table so that we could not see properly our plates.
Ambiance and service was great. Food, not special and fish slightly over cooked.
We had a disappointing experience at Corrigan’s. We were hoping to enjoy a 3 course lunch with wine before meeting friends. We gave ourselves two hours for this. We arrived and got a glass of water and our menus. No drinks or wine list was offered to us, which I thought was odd. We ordered our starters and mains. They were delicious. However we had both finished our water and wine and nothing was topped up. I had to eventually asked for some more water and the wine list again! We then waited an HOUR for our main courses to be told that the chef had forgotten them! And to top it off they didn’t bring the side dish we had ordered. The main courses were ok but we were fed up by that point. We unfortunately didn’t have time to have dessert, which was a real shame. We did complain and the manager was very apologetic. He said they had a couple of wedding tastings in the kitchen. He did give us some money off our bill, which we appreciated. So all in all it was a disappointing experience of a michelin- started restaurant that we thought was going to be top class.
The restaurant is lovely. We were a group of 4 and placed on a round table. The noise level was low and not that many guests which was a plus, as we then could hear each other.
However, the set menu was rather disappointing. The artichoke starter was very good, but the mains were not satisfying at all. We even skipped the desert in order to avoid more.
The waiters did not pay us much attention, did not ask if everything was ok, and overall did not seem very interested in providing a good customer experience.
It is such a lovely place, but will unfortunately not return to this venue.
Went with 3 friends for a birthday treat. Cocktails in the bar first and then dinner. We were given 2 lovely amuse bouche before our starters. I had the scallops which were wonderful and then shared the suckling pig - amazing!!
Great food. Great waiter service. Great Dickies Bar. But the restaurant spoilt by being shoehorned in between two other tables when the restaurant was nearly empty because of an intention to move three tables together for a later sitting. Galling when paying £300+ for a meal and feeling as much privacy as sitting at a table for two in McDonald’s. Even the person seating us apologised as we were being seated. Should have simply walked out then. I realise this is a business and tables have to be filled to maximum capacity but not when it has such a detrimental impact on the customer experience.
Old restaurant needs renovation, menu is scanty couldn’t find anything I liked and had to go for the menu offer of 35 pounds for 3 course. Wall decor is almost non existent so restaurant looks bland . Some chips were uncooked . Food was generally ok nothing special, had much better fine dining experience in the past
Great personal service in a relaxed and classy setting.
My wife is Irish and thought the Tipperary beef among the best she has tasted.
There is a good fish selection and the stuffed Dover Sole is excellent if rather filling.
First class wine list with good wines by the glass and carafe.
Strongly recommend for a romantic evening.
Best food I have ever tasted, only minor issue was other diners. One Eastern European man, on his phone as if he sat down in a coffee shop. And an American couple moaning about the wine list.
The four of us were very happy overall with our respective meals, albeit two of my group had to return their trout, which was undercooked.
The problem was quickly remedied, and without asking, deductions were made from our bill in recognition of this issue.
The service was very good, with nothing being too much trouble, and we would definitely eat here again - for a special occasion, as this was.
One of my favourite places but for Valentines Day it was full and we were put in a back room that was less atmospheric. Food excellent as usual. Wine list superb. Pleasant bar.
Beautiful beef en croute and magnificent wines! Great night
The service was exceptional. I was with my 84 year old Dad and he got invited into the kitchen to speak to the Chefs which literally made his day.
We had a lovely bottle of wine which the Sommelier helped us to choose.
My table liked the starters but found the mains a bit disappointing - especially me - I had the red mullet which I did not enjoy at all.