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Address: 41 Farm Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5RP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2681) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Green Park (0.4 miles), Bond Street (0.4 miles), Hyde Park Corner (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (1.1 miles), London Charing Cross (1.1 miles), London Marylebone (1.2 miles)

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Guy Richties pub, dining and club was busy on my Friday tea time visit, mainly with businessmen who insisted on shouting to each other being extremely blinking loud, music was playing in the back ground but you really couldn't hear it over the din of these chaps!

3 ales on the hand pumps, Adnams Southwold, Caledonian Deuchars IPA and there own ale which was Punch Bowl Ale...a rich and dark 4.5% ale, pretty tasty it was and £4.50 a pint, that's Mayfair for you.

Externally the etched glass windows depict the name of the pub, internally its dark with atmospheric lighting, wooden flooring, wooden bar and a large open fire. It's well kept but the area obviously demands somewhere like this and for the price they charge in the dining room it's clearly not aimed at the average Joe like me.

Very much not my type of place, thankfully I only intended to stay for 1 pint and that's exactly what I did....I doubt very much I will ever return here but the interior is very nice.
lezford - 10 Oct 2016 09:06
A compact and popular pub in the heart of Mayfair, this was pretty much full to capacity on a recent Friday evening visit with little space for standing never mind sitting, and several punters stood outside as well. Consequently the ambient noise level was quite high.

Most of the clientele seemed to be Hooray Henry types and struck me as being a bit up themselves. A case in point - a group of three guys were stood next to a table for eight. I assumed they were about to leave and politely asked if we could sit at the table, even though there was plenty of room for us even if they had been staying. He paused, looked down his nose at me, and wandered off to stand somewhere else. Why hog a table if you want to stand? Just so you've got somewhere to rest your pint? That said, if you can afford to live in an area where the local shop charges £20k for a set of plates (sorry, dinner service for eight) perhaps you're entitled to be up yourself.

The pub is essentially split in to two halves with the rear half appearing to be very much geared up for dining with all the tables in use by people eating and a wooden wine rack built in to the rear wall. The colour scheme was a shade of mustard and there were a number of black and white cartoon drawings on the wall. There were a few flagstones at the front of the pub, some dark wood partitioning around and a little etched glass, particularly above the bar, but this pub doesn't have the character of many of the Victorian gems in other parts of London. Bar service was a little on the slow side.

Beers on tap were Deuchars IPA, Bombardier and their own 1750. The solitary cider was Symonds Founders Reserve. We had just eaten in the adjacent Mount Street so it made a handy pit stop after our meal, but it's certainly not somewhere I'd go out of my way to visit.
Blackthorn - 13 Feb 2013 09:58
Would agree with the previous post. Limited beer selection. Deuchars IPA was in poor condition. Very expensive. Service was with a scowl. Won't be returning.
benz104 - 18 Jul 2011 20:41
This wasn't a good pub before the refurb and Mr Ritchies involvement and it's not a good pub now. Choc full of wannabee high society slebs and pretentious characters. It takes an age to be served incredibly expensive beer and you more or less have to stand outside as there's no room inside.

fury00001 - 22 Mar 2011 16:41
A beer jug is mainly favoured by southerners (and poofters, I'm told) but G & T with a handle?
Good god! What next?
The_Final_Arbiter - 23 Feb 2011 13:19

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