The Farm Shop in Mayfair Review: A Fresh Gastronomic Treasure

The Farm Shop in Mayfair is a 4,000-square-foot gastronomic treasure. The place occupies a historic site on the corner of South Audley Street and Aldford Street. It is where Constance Spry, florist to HM Queen Elizabeth II, once showcased her floral artistry. 

Here, shelves and counters are adorned with award-winning products, many of which are sourced directly from the expansive 1,000-acre estate. The shop features wines from estate-grown grapes and ciders from its orchard. The spirits are crafted using by-products from the Roth Bar & Grill and the Walled Garden.

The hyper-seasonal wild food range, curated by in-house forager Kenny Jelfs, adds an element of surprise and discovery to the Farm Shop. This range celebrates the natural bounty, offering customers a taste of wild, foraged ingredients that change with the seasons. Also available are condiments, rubs, and sauces, all crafted in-house with a focus on flavour and quality.

The shop’s layout spans two floors, with the ground floor dedicated to a butchery counter and deli, alongside a specialised cheese room. The wine cellar downstairs complements the culinary experience, and the wine bar accommodates 40 diners, complete with a small courtyard for alfresco dining. 

The Farm Shop also offers a variety of grab-and-go lunch options and high-quality coffee, perfect for busy city dwellers or those seeking a quick yet satisfying meal. The separate butchery room is a highlight, providing customers with high-welfare meat sourced from Durslade Farm’s livestock and supporting sustainable farming practices and animal welfare.

Farm Shop in Mayfair Restaurant London Bookings

Capital A List members can make bookings for Farm Shop in Mayfair below.

Farm Shop in Mayfair Cuisine, Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: British

Dress Code: Casual

Area: Mayfair

Address: 64 S Audley St, London W1K 2QT,


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