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Pollen Street Social

4.7
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3286 reviews
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£41 and over
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British
Pollen Street Social is a contemporary bistro offering deformalised fine dining in Mayfair. The flagship restaurant of renowned chef Jason Atherton, it houses a restaurant, social bar, dessert bar and private dining room, and holds one Michelin star.

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Safety precautions

Cleaning & Sanitising
  • Surfaces sanitised between seatings
  • Common areas deep cleaned daily
  • Clean menu provided to every guest
  • Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
Social Distancing
  • Limited number of seated diners
  • Distancing maintained in common areas
  • Extra space between tables
  • Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Personal Protective Equipment
  • Waiting staff wear masks
What 3286 People Are Saying
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4.7based on recent ratings
4.7
Food
4.6
Service
4.5
Ambience
4.3
Value
Noise · Moderate
94% of people would recommend it to a friend
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vipRichardM
London
3 reviews
Dined 3 days ago
Overall2Food5Service2Ambience5

No problem that choice was limited to 4 course or 8 course set menus but at close to £100 for even the 4 courses it would have been nice to be told ahead of booking. However, our main complaint is the 4.5 hours it took to serve those 4 courses, including over 30 mins for dessert to come. The food to time ratio was ridiculous, service was not at a level to be expected for a restaurant of any quality, far less one pitching for the top end of the market. There were lots of staff drying glasses at the bar but we had to ask repeatedly about the possibility of food arriving. We are no strangers to Michelin starred restaurants but the portion size was bordering on farcical: we certainly didn't expect to leave feeling still vaguely hungry. Despite all that, what was served was delicious.