Wild Honey Mayfair

A new iteration of a much loved classic restaurant, Wild Honey, is absolutely delicious in its new digs. My photos of our meal aren’t amazing for several reasons. It is a) dark in there, and b) the food is so good I literally forgot to photograph my main course. This is unheard of. I have never forgotten to photograph a meal. In. My. Life.

I visited this restaurant with my mate Sabrina to say goodbye to both her and the London dining scene (at least for this year) and we went for dinner without the kids, however, Wild Honey is an all day dining situation and its part of a Sofitel which means, they are obliged to have high chairs, baby change and to be chill about children. Phew. It’s also very spacious and buggy accessible.

The dining space is covered in velvet, the service is impeccable and the tables are of ample size. Don’t get me wrong, I love a bijou, hipster restaurant just as much as anybody but not having to worry if there’s enough room for the things you’ve just ordered is a luxury in London.

What’s good? The cacio e pepe and boneless chicken wings. I could have eaten 5 portions of it. it is 100% a destination dish in and of itself. Please go and eat it. Everything else was absolutely lovely too but I am still thinking about the cacio e pepe weeks later. They also do an excellent range of non alcoholic wines which is sincerely appreciated by up the duff ladies like myself.

Kid friendly? I reckon.

✓baby change facilities

✓highchairs available

✓cool with breastfeeding

✗loads of other parents

✓space for buggies

✗children’s menu

✗toys/play area

Rating 🍼🍼🍼

 

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