Hush Mayfair

8 Lancashire Court, Mayfair, London

Hush Mayfair
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4/10 from 2 user reviews

Spectacular iced teas accompanied by the most sensational macaroons known to humankind!



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Address:8 Lancashire Court
Mayfair
London
W1S 1EY
Map:Map & nearby
Venue Type:Bars
Region:Mayfair
Nearest Station:Bond Street
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Monday to Sunday 8am – 11pm
The Lounge Bar remains open until 12am.
Facilities & Info:
  • Party bookings accepted
  • Private hire available
  • Children welcome
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Background music
  • Private space
About: Tucked away in a charming cobbled courtyard off Bond Street, Hush remains one of Mayfair’s favourite secret locations.

The eclectic Modern British menu features the renowned “Hush Hamburger,” voted the “best burger in London” by Nick Foulkes, whilst Hush’s Gin and Jam Afternoon Tea gives a twist to a British classic, pairing traditional Afternoon Tea with Hush’s London-distilled boutique gin.

Upstairs, Hush’s perennially popular Lounge Bar features an ever-changing menu of innovative cocktail creations; it is one of only a handful of bars in the UK that has been awarded the prestigious 4* class magazine bar award, and has been voted one of the World’s Best Bars.

During the Summer months, Hush’s courtyard is a haven of tranquility; as declared by Tatler Magazine, “It’s hard to beat an outdoor table on the Lancashire Court cobbles on a sunny day.”

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    Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, W1S 1EY

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Hush is one of those stylish bars that does everything well. Cocktails, bistro, private courtyard… we mean everything. Whether it’s a daytime cocktail in summer or some midnight mingling, Hush is most certainly worth raising the volume for.




"Spectacular iced teas accompanied by the most sensational macaroons known to humankind!"

Review Rating: 9 / 10
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Reviewed by Directionless

In the summer heat, retreat from the elbow to elbow clamour of Bond Street and try the recently launched iced tea menu on offer from Hush.

The menu is a new incentive for this year and introduces a little diversity to the refreshments scene. The idea is to offer a range of flavoured iced teas, including Jasmine and Strawberry, Chamomile and Peach, Ginger and Lemon, and Summer Rose. If you like your refreshment a little less innocent, then there’s the option of ordering one served ‘spiked’: iced tea jazzed up with a shot of British Hendrick’s gin.

The menu is available in the tranquil courtyard below the bar, although the teas are also on sale inside for those days when our national climate lets the side down. To add even further pleasure in choice, there are a range of dazzlingly light sorbets on offer as a tandem treat. Their flavours include peach, lemon and strawberry, and are all stunning to taste.

The teas themselves are spectacular, and look fabulous. Served in tall glasses, they’re bursting with delicately crushed ice and various floral finishing touches. Like a bright pansy, staring up from the ice in the Summer Rose. All the flavours are remarkably delicate. The teas are scented, but are not in the least part bitter or overwhelming. A subtle balance has been created, giving them a sophisticated character perfectly suspended between sweet and refreshing.

The teas are accompanied by the most sensational macaroons known to humankind. These are made by an independent outlet, discovered by Hush, who have been supplementing Hush’s high tea menu for some time.

With Hush’s central position, these iced teas are well positioned to form a welcome part of this summer’s kicking back. Aimed at the thirsty leaving work, Hush is swanky and all that you’d hope for in a sophisticated drinking venue.
Hush is also notable for its cocktail bar, brassiere, private hire and al fresco dining.


Directionless reviewed Hush Mayfair on Wed 15 Jun 2011


The Latest User Reviews of Hush Mayfair


User Rating: 6 / 10
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Sooz
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Member since: Jan 2006
Posts: 764
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I agree that the service wasn't great when I went either, but it is in such a nice location and has such a lovely interior, that I sort of forgave them for that. Not cheap, but a great place to go for a pre-dinner cocktail to enjoy the surroundings.

User Rating: 2 / 10
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Rich an Sarah
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Member since: Oct 2005
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Abysmal service. Nice place although the quality of the service is absolutely terrible. Ignorant staff with the ability to pour from a bottle of wine in the same manner as the average two year old, I have never seen anybody (two of the staff) with such a poor wine pouring technique. We actually felt like we were intruding on the staff's idle time and causing them to work, shame on us!!!!
Avoid if you want a pleasant night.

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