Rohit Ghai (of Kutir) returns to Mayfair with this late summer 2021 opening with his eyes on the Michelin star he won in his Jamavar days. Taking over the site near Regent Street of Covid casualty Lucknow 49 (RIP), the offer incorporates traditional-with-a-twist dishes and lots of cocktails (including of the non-alcoholic variety).
Harden's survey result
Rohit Ghai’s “comfy and stylish” Mayfair yearling offers a homely menu inspired by the chef’s Punjabi childhood. “Awesome” flavours from “the good variety of dishes” make it “a must-try” for fans. Sceptics, though – while acknowledging that “effort is put into both good food and service” – feel some results “lack punch” or “aren’t quite at the top levels of food from the subcontinent in London”.
Rohit Ghai (of Kutir) returns to Mayfair with this September 2021 opening on the former site of Lucknow 49 (RIP) with his eyes on the Michelin star he won in his Jamavar days. The offer incorporates traditional-with-a-twist dishes (such as ‘goat shami kebab in bone marrow sauce’, and ‘Burford brown egg curry’) and lots of cocktails (including of the non-alcoholic variety).
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|Wine per bottle||£28.00|
49 Maddox Street, London, W1S 2PQ
|Tuesday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|
|Wednesday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|
|Thursday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|
|Friday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|
|Saturday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|
|Sunday||12:30 pm‑10 pm|