With its indulgent menus and striking interiors – particularly that signature, luminous green agate flooring – a dining experience at The Ivy Asia is unforgettable. And now, the upmarket destination restaurant is opening another branch, this time in the heart of well-heeled Mayfair.
Welcoming diners from May 31, The Ivy Asia, Mayfair on North Audley Street will serve up its beloved menu of Asian cuisine, inspired by the countries that span the continent, with a particular focus on Japan. From the moment you step foot into the restaurant, the opulent experience will begin; surrounded by luxurious Asian fabrics, twelve beautiful cherry blossom trees, and a collection of antiques, you’ll be able to dine by the open kitchen, sushi counter or behind the bi-fold door, which pull back to unveil five alfresco tables. The bar and main restaurant space will be connected via a stunning cherry blossom walkway – a must snap spot, for sure.
Menu favourites from the sister sites in London, Manchester, Cardiff and Brighton will make an appearance in this branch, alongside brand-new dishes created exclusively for this Mayfair outpost by Executive Chef Simon Gregory. The quality of the food at The Ivy Asia is impeccable, so you can expect the likes of mouth-watering kung po monkfish, or spiced peanut chicken with coconut, spring onion and lime, will taste just as incredible as they sound.
Alongside your meal, the buzzy restaurant will serve sakes, wines, champagnes and a series of theatrical cocktails. There’ll be ten exclusive drinks to the Mayfair restaurant, which combine liqueurs, sakes and spirits to create eclectic cocktails; these include The Phoenix (tequila, Yuzushu Sake, peach liqueur, ginger and pink grapefruit soda) and Spirit of Butterfly (KiNoBi Dry Kyoto Gin, Italicus Bergamot liqueur, aloe vera, elderflower, lemon, butterfly pea tea, and grape and apricot soda).
The Ivy Asia, Mayfair will be open seven days a week, and offer something for all occasions – working lunches, leisurely brunches and everything in between. Reservation lines are open already, so head to the website to pre-book your table.
Address: North Audley St, London W1K 6WS.