Jean-Georges At The Connaught
Overlooking fashionable Mount Street in the heart of Mayfair, the restaurant will offer all-hours, informal gourmet dining in a relaxed, contemporary neighbourhood setting.
The eclectic, imaginative menus are inspired both by Jean-Georges’ experiences of the Far East and his signature use of South-east Asian flavours, whilst also featuring his distinctive take on British and Connaught classics, from fish and chips to traditional afternoon tea, influenced by his earlier working life and love of London. Sourcing the best of British ingredients, the menus will also reflect the simple farm-to-table, fresh-from-the-market approach long pioneered by Jean-Georges, and found at his restaurant at The Mark and ABC Kitchen in New York.
Always a good idea for lunch!!!!
Delightful lunch with impeccable service : )
Phenomenal food and service. Highly recommend it.
I had a recommendation for this place, and it did not disappoint. The setting was beautiful with the big open windows to the outside and elegantly decorated. The service was very attentive and the food lovely. We all had a really good time at this place and would not hesitate to come back.
Best place for business lunch
We recently went to dinner at Jean-Georges at The Connaught. The service and the ambiance were the best part of the evening. However unfortunately we were rather disappointed with the food which should be the main focus point. Worth a try but would we go again??? I am not sure......
An outstanding meal! Service was top notch. Will be back!
Second time I’ve eaten here and it won’t be the last.
Very good quality food and superb service great place keep it up!
Some very well excited dishes on the tasting menu , caviar toast, duck , salmon all terrific
Let down slightly by atmosphere and price , it is in one of london’s price at spots
I highly recommend the egg toast caviar and the sea bass absolutely delicious.
Elegant and relaxing lunch with excellent food and lovely, attentive service.
Exceptional food and exceptional service. I look forward to going back.
Lovely, professional service, excellent food.
Well over priced!!!
excellent food, makes special basics—jea- georges style! good service.
A Lunchtime visit with the A La Carte menu chosen. Luxurious Truffled Cheeseburger and a simply cooked salmon dish followed by the fun and very instagramable Cherry Candyfloss dessert. This is Mayfair so don't expect cheap but it is exceptional cooking and therefor good value.
Service was lacking. Good not as good as prior visits. Overrun by tourists
Great service from attentive staff.
Unusual seating arrangements adds to the general 'feel' of an afternoon tea venue rather than a sophisticated lunch option. Not helped by a number of noisy children running around uninhibited.
The innovative and interesting food deserves a better environment.
The FT menu was quite poor, a huge portion of chicken and the smallest sushi I have ever seen. Much better off for the same money to go a la carte.
Another great experience and fabulous meal, Jean-Gorges always delivers! The signature tuna tartare and crab salad to start, lobster and Cornish lamb chomps mains with molten chocolate cake to finish was divine. Can’t wait to return.
Was pleasantly surprised by the range of more casual choices for lunch (alongside fine dining) so will come back
We were made to feel very unwelcome and the way the staff treated us was as if we were not supposed to be here. We requested a coffee and a specialised one. The waiter embarrassed us be laughing at the request in front of the entire restaurant. We felt so pathetic for even asking that we just had coffee and left. If you’re a person of colour and you don’t look as if you have money, you will be made to feel belittled by this place.
Amazing. Service was excellent and the menu and food were the highest level
Very good restaurant at the Connaught Hotel. I was a bit surprised when we arrived to be seated in what looked like the bar. But the chairs were comfortable and the lighting was much better than at the adjacent terrace section of the restaurant. The food was delicious, we had the tasting menu with seven beautifully presented and very tasty courses. Not a single one of them disappointed. Staff was friendly and professional. My red wine by the glass was even refilled without additional charge. Excellent service.
Great menu and ambience although pricey.
The food was substantially below average, and no effort was made to try to understand we why didn’t finish any of our meals. Very disappointing experience.
Great place as always. Food and service were excellent. We did have a crying baby in the restaurant for 30mins, but apart from that, it was the highest quality.
I was expecting more, and tables really uncomfortable for tall people this was a major disappointment
I have been here few times. The staff make extra effort. Once I remember they went out of the way when my order was not the way I expected to accommodate me and didn’t even charge me . I was ready to pay but loved the way they took responsibility on their head. Don’t remember but even desert they got me a cheese plate. The waiter at the time went few times to kitchen to see if he could accommodate my halal/ no gelatin request. It all comes down to staff politeness and courtesy. As a customer my one request is to make the burger halal, I would certainly have it more often.-
Went with a friend and really enjoyed it. Good food and wine but not cheap. Really difficult to find any bottle of wine under £50 a bottle so as long as you know what you are getting into it is fine. Nice venue as you have a choice of two bars and nice setting onto s square.
Excellent experience every time; the staff is impeccable and the food is delightful.
I go often and they always recognize me and treat me like a celebrity. I love this place and the folks who are part of its team!
Beautiful venue. Great ambience. Loved the Laurent Perrier on tap.
excellent on all counts! thank you JG and team 💐
This was our 1st visit to this restaurant at the Connaught although we have been to Helene Darroze a few times. We were seated at a table which was in a slightly odd place and which obstructed the exit of guests on a nearby table so, sensing our unease, the staff offered to move us to a table near the window which was much better. The service was excellent and while the menu appears to be at the more casual end of the spectrum, do not mistake that for any reduction in quality - the food was really lovely. I had the kale salad followed by the turbot while my partner has the tuna tartare followed by the sea bass (which we learned was the signature dish). Unusually for us we followed with a dessert (rice pudding and chocolate cake). The rice pudding was light and delicious - it is a shame that it is not a permanent feature on the menu. The wine list is very pricey but very good. I haven't seen Leeuwin Estate Art Series for a while so we had a bottle of that which was very nice (but expensive). Overall a very lovely dinner and a new addition to our list of local favourites.
Wonderful birthday lunch with incredibly lovely service and food
Exceptional on all levels
I very much enjoy the atmosphere and the fact that it’s not too loud (good for all kind of meetings or special occasions )
We have stayed here a lot in the last couple of years And had s Greta stay and great dinner but felt last nights dining experience was rushed and below par.