So many non-French international cities have at least a couple of great brasserries. Bellamy’s in the Mayfair area of central London surpasses many others in terms of caliber of cuisine and atmosphere. Located on Bruton Place nearby fashionable boutiques such as Stella McCartney and Matthew Williamson, Bellamy’s is a lighthearted yet boisterous all-day kind of restaurant where you can go anytime and wash down a plate of Irish Rock Oysters with a draught beer or savor a famous Bellamy’s open faced sandwich with a glass of champagne before doing some shopping or running off to see a movie.
Or you can lounge around for a couple of hours and laugh as loud as you’d like with friends over a full meal—Champagne Barnaut Grand Cru, Smoked Eel Mouse, Lyonnaise Salad, an impeccable Fillet of Sole with oil, lemon and pommes vapeur (steamed potatoes) or any of the other classic French fare featured on the menu. On the other hand you can try the Steak Tartare which includes the thickest, most perfect pommes frittes (French fries) served on the side of the immaculately seasoned tartare. Make sure to check out the framed picture of Queen Elizabeth who visited Bellamy’s in 2006!
Bellamy’s is open for lunch (12.00am to 2.30pm) and dinner (7.00pm to 10.30pm)
Monday to Friday and for dinner on Saturday
Closed for Saturday lunch and all day Sunday as well as Bank Holidays
Bellamy’s is located at:
18-18a Bruton Place London W1J 6LY
T: 0207 491 2727