Available lunch & dinner Tuesday to Friday and Saturday dinner until 31 March 2020, subject to availability. Complementary glass of champagne for each person only valid when each person is ordering from the a la carte menu. Dishes from the a la carte menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Pucci Mayfair is headed up by talented chef Kurtis Auty, who serves a menu inspired by Mediterranean influences including those from Turkey, Italy, and Lebanon. The iconic London restaurant chooses to support smaller independent suppliers, while also using proudly British ingredients.
The menu at Pucci Mayfair puts Italy, Turkey and Lebanon at the forefront of its dishes, with small seasonal plates and classic pizzas. Dishes include panko-crusted calamari, searedbeef carpaccio, sirloin tagliata and spaghetti vongole. The restaurant also offers a lunch special and a takeaway menu.
Pucci in London has been decorated with the feel of a New York loft, with exposed brick and greenery, but combined with the charm of an Italian bistro. With a bright and inviting setting, Pucci Mayfair also offers an outdoor side-street terrace for al fresco dining and aperitivo.
Pucci Mayfair is only a 4-minute walk from Oxford Circus Tube Station, located just near the shopping area of New Bond Street.
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18 January 2020
The restaurant was great. They honoured an offer for bottomless G&Ts and Pizza that they don't even offer anymore. They also made it really special for me on my birthday.
1 June 2019
What a lovely night, thank you to Rufus and the Pucci Staff for giving the best birthday dinner. The beef brisket and veal were exceptional, can’t wait for a second visit to try the famous pizzas. Thank you thank you
1 June 2019
Had a great evening here with Rufus as my host. We started with the labneh and croquettes at his suggestion, what a great choice. The labneh which I hadn’t heard of is a hung middle Eastern style yoghurt served with honey, beetroot and olive oil. Along side it you get some of their home made bread, which is made onsite every day. Next we shared a pizza as we weren’t super hungry, went for the Nduja which I can safely say I’ve never tasted anything like it. The spicy Nduja is complimented with the sweet honey and the creamy fresh burrata, what a combo! We didn’t try the desserts but we will when we come back next month for my Wife’s birthday!
Free glass of champagne