Langan's Brasserie

The Mayfair institution has been transformed into a British-French brasserie de luxe, serving a menu of British and French classics.

Founded by Irish restauranteur Peter Langan in 1976, in partnership with actor Sir Michael Caine and former head chef of the Michelin-starred Capital Hotel, Richard Shepherd, Langan’s re-defined the London dining scene in the 1970s and 80s. A celebrity haunt, Langan’s was frequented by everyone from Princess Margaret, Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando, to Muhammed Ali, Mick Jagger and Elton John.

Under the direction of restauranteurs Graziano Arricale and James Hitchen (Chucs, KX), Langan’s has been carefully restored to its former glory: a bastion of timeless glamour. Through an extensive refurbishment, Langan’s has been re-imagined and brought up to date as a French-British brasserie - while ensuring the brand’s heritage as a British institution remains firmly intact and as a nod to Langan’s legacy, works by young British artists will adorn the walls.

Aside from the main dining room with plenty of tableside prepared dishes and longstanding favourites, there's a ground floor lounge bar (complete with piano), shellfish bar and an invitation-only late night lounge. 

Ideal For

Leisurely lunches, decadent dinners

Signature Dishes

Seared hand dived scallops with lardons and celeriac; wild mushroom fricassee served with toasted brioche; the iconic fish pie; bouillabaisse with red mullet and gurnard and Dover Sole (grilled or meunière) served tableside.