Sun: Closed - Closed
Mon: Closed - Closed
Tues: 12:00 - 22:30
Wed: 12:00 - 22:30
Thurs: 12:00 - 22:30
Fri: 12:00 - 22:30
Sat: 12:00 - 22:30
Nearest StationOxford Circus
020 7751 5812
Elegant, understated and chic, Alyn Williams at The Westbury is a shining star in Mayfair’s ever-growing Michelin constellation. Following eight years perfecting his craft with Marcus Wareing in the Berkeley Hotel, Alyn Williams stepped into the spotlight with the opening of his eponymous restaurant in the autumn of 2011 – and has already made quite an impact.A Michelin star, Four AA Rosette Award, top 15 ranking in the UK’s 100 Best Restaurants and National Chef of the Year crown have catapulted Alyn and our sophisticated establishment to the top of everyone’s fine dining wish list. Committed to sourcing only the best available seasonal ingredients; keeping cooking straightforward with contemporary touches; ensuring presentation is spotless and service, lead by Giancarlo Princigalli, is superb.Lunch is served from 12pm - 2.30pm and dinner from 6pm -10.30pm Tuesday to Sunday.
It's a Michelin star restaurant. What more can I say that an accreditation like that can't say for me? Perfect ambience, lovely attentive staff, amazing food. We had the tasting menu with paired wines skipping dessert (we aren't sweet people but I did spy the dessert and almost regretted my decision!). For a special occasion I can't flaw it. They even had a Western Australian wine so I was chuffed (Cullen).
Decided to visit here because of the reputation for great food, we were not disappointed.
As we arrived we were seated in the ‘bar’ area and shown menus, the staff were friendly yet professional.
The drinks were accompanied by canapes which weren’t overly fussy as they invariably can be in Michelin restaurants, these were tasty and straightforward, a perfect start to a tasting menu.
The tables are well spaced and beautifully dressed in proper linen and nice glassware, no sign of stripped back Formica and strangely shaped receptacles!
Without describing every course or the wines, I can say that everything we tasted and smelled, was a real sensation. From 1st course to finishing with coffee we were not disappointed with anything and never had to question why an ingredient was included, or whether it added any value.
The service was attentive without being obtrusive, something rarely achieved in these fine dining experiences. The staff are a credit to the establishment and definitely worth the service charge.
All round an excellent evening, great value for money and would recommend to friends and family without hesitation.
We visit London from the Midlands so cannot make it every weekend, but will definitely make sure we see these guys again whenever possible.
Beautiful atmosphere. I love the wine room. Food is delicious (like eating a piece of cloud) and full of fine flavours. I enjoyed watching the dance ballet of service.
semi-pretentious french dinning with a desperate air of 'please give us the michelin star, now!'. overstaffed, which probably is a way to go in justifying the prices and minuscule 90's style portions. the style of cooking is forgettable, with none of the dishes eaten being remembered half an hour later (what did we eat again?). great wine list, cocktails list average ('classics revisited'??), luxurious surroundings. nothing wrong with it, but nothing exciting, memorable or energizing either. bit of a snooze. note to patrons: huge number of staff who are super polite and eager to an almost clinically medical level doesn't necessarily makes it better.
The best meal I have ever had. They catered for halal with some notice and the food was absolutely top notch. I would definitely go back.
I would recommend contacting them early, and they will do their best to accomodate.