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With a poshly located Mayfair original off Bond Street and handy branches in Holborn and St Paul’s, this small group is “great for a business lunch”; there’s no sign from reporters of huge excitement about the cooking, but it does the job.
A “posh” location (tucked-away off Bond Street, with a large terrace), “buzzy” bar and “spacious” dining room have won a fashionable following for the Mayfair original of this small group, even if it’s “not as good as it thinks it is”; its straightforward Holborn spin-off is akin to an upmarket Côte.
“One of the best outdoor terraces in central London” helps make the tucked-away Mayfair branch of this small group a “lovely place to meet”; the “comfort food” is “all a bit bland”, with the EC4 and WC1 branches more likely to be judged “underwhelming”.
“Nice to sit outside on a balmy summer evening… but that’s about it” – this Mayfair restaurant, with its extensive terrace, is mainly “popular” because of its cute, tucked-away location; well, it can’t be the “so-so” cooking and sometimes “pushy” service.
Hush Restaurant Diner Reviews
"I was impressed with my first visit to Hush although I will say that the high prices are precluding it from getting a higher score. The food was lovely but so it should be at these prices and the same goes for service. Hush has a nice atmosphere about it and works equally well for business as it does for fun. If you're shopping in Mayfair then you can probably afford it and it's worth popping in. If you're coming especially to go to Hush then be prepared to weigh out a significant sum of money"
"Had the set pre-theatre meal which was very good value"
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