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Originally an oyster warehouse, Scott's has been serving up its legendary seafood since 1851. A conveniently short walk from Green Park and Bond Street tube stations, this Mayfair mainstay uses burgundy leather banquettes and subdued lighting to create an air of old-school elegance which reflects the restaurant's chic clientele. Designed by Martin Brudnizki and highlighted by the exquisite bar topped with onyx and finished in stingray skin, the revamped interior of Scott's still carries the 1960's glamour of yesteryear. Traditional fish and seafood dishes dominate the menu, although seasonal meat and game make an appearance. Atlantic Halibut, Dover Sole and Lobster have proven to be popular
$51 - $103
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Seafood, European, British, Soups
Outdoor Seating, Serves Alcohol, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards
This was our second visit and it confirmed what a delight it is to visit this wonderful restaurant. We were visiting to celebrate a family birthday and would be hard pressed to think of a better London venue. The food is simply superb and is...More
Perfect meal, thank you. Welcome, service, ordering, food, ambience.
Scott's has now taken over from Celeste (Lanesborough) as my best restaurant.
And for those of us who find bad service is worse than bad food - good grief they have waiters and sub-waiters and hundreds...More
Hadn’t been to Scott’s for many years but looked at the menu and decided it was pretty comprehensive and my wife ( who is a fussy eater) decided there were several dishes that she would enjoy. And we weren’t disappointed- great food, nice relaxed atmosphere...More
We were searching for a nice seafood restaurant in London on our yearly visit and came across Scott's by chance. And what a choice - this must be the best seafood restaurant in London (in my opinion!). All of the staff were highly professional, attentive...More
We attended this venue as a party of 3 couples. The ambiance was very chic, and the decor was spot on. I particualry liek to the bar area which we attended for a cocktail before being seated for a sumptuous meal. I suspect this is...More
Went with friends who hadn’t been before and they fell in love with Scott’s
Everything is first class from the time you arrive till you depart
The place is buzzing the staff friendly and very efficient and the menu choices should cover all palettes
Response from HomicidalTourist | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the person who wrote "smart casual to dressed up". I don't think a man without a tie would be turned away. Jeans or tee-shirt (unless covered by a jacket) would certainly be frowned upon. But why go to a... More
I agree with the person who wrote "smart casual to dressed up". I don't think a man without a tie would be turned away. Jeans or tee-shirt (unless covered by a jacket) would certainly be frowned upon. But why go to a fancy pricey restaurant in schlumpy clothes? If you're going to dine at a snooty joint - you should probably wear your version of spruced up...