Sunday: Closed - ClosedMonday: Closed - ClosedTuesday: 12:00 - 22:30Wednesday: 12:00 - 22:30Thursday: 12:00 - 22:30Friday: 12:00 - 22:30Saturday: 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.
Went here for an anniversary meal while on our London trip. We only ordered the set lunch menu, but got a lot more than what we expected. Food and services were good. Highly recommended!
Genuinely exquisite meal and fantastic experience through and through
We dined at the private table in a gorgeous room and were shown great hospitality by the entire team.
The food was of course outstanding. We had a special tasting menu and while everything was delicious, the Halibut and Lobster course were major standouts.
The Halibut was one of the best fish dishes I've had in recent memory, it was perfectly cooked, light and very yummy indeed.
The lobster and caviar course was dkvine... as you can see from the photo
I could go on and on but I'll leave it at that. Just go experience it for yourself!
Excellent service at the bustling Polo bar where they have a good choice of single malt scotch whisky.
Lunch at Alyn Williams was a different and very relaxed affair and to be recommended.
Exquisite food in a good setting. The lack of daylight in the dining room was perhaps my only real quibble. Alyn Williams is clearly a chef of calibre, with each dish providing a new delight. The service was good if perhaps a trifle over-formal - which can lead to a slightly aloof or un-engaged quality.
Friendly and efficient service with an excellent wine and beer list. We had the testing menu and apart from a couple of wobbles it was excellent. The halibut in particular was delicious. The windowless dining room is a bit soulless and detracts a little from the experience. Generally though we had a lovely time here