MiMi Mei Fair

A Chinese-inspired townhouse restaurant from the restaurateur behind Jamavar and Bombay Bustle.

Inspired by 1920s Shanghai - the Curzon Street restaurant is spread across a three-storey townhouse, billed as “the secret London residence of Empress MiMi”, with mi mi meaning secret in Mandarin. The ground floor opens up into a sunshine-yellow dining room, with the private-dining Peacock Room behind it. Upstairs is the Parlour, done in Wedgewood blue and coral, as well as the Library, a cosier spot ith a green marble fireplace and dark wooden tables. Underneath the two dining floors is a mirror-walled Moon Bar. 

Heading up the kitchen is former Hakkasan and HKK chef Peter Ho, overseeing a menu of high-end, modern Chinese cooking - drawing on his time in Singapore and Beijing. Think sharing dishes such as Chilean sea bass with Shaoxing wine and lobster cooked three ways. 

Ideal For

Chinese fare

Signature Dishes

Smoked applewood Chilean sea bass with Shaoxing wine; crispy golden langoustine with PĂ©rigord truffle, sweet soya and fried leeksl steamed XO okra with shallot and enoki mushroom crumble; black pepper and garlic Atlantic crab and Dong Po braised pork belly with sesame mantou cigars and black bean chilli and garlic aubergine.