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Inspired by classic British gentlemen’s clubs, Reform Social and Grill Oxford Street is a premier dining destination inside the chic Mandeville Hotel London.
Innovative flavours, fresh produce and superb presentation all feature on the Reform Social and Grill menu. Bold British favourites are given gourmet makeovers, with sample dishes like duck scotch egg with black pudding, Mrs. Kirkham’s cheese and onion tart, or succulent rib eye steak with roasted bone marrow. Creative dessert recipes are also showcased at Reform Social and Grill Marylebone, with creations like summer pudding with raspberry ripple ice cream or Eccles cakes with Lancashire ‘black bomb’.
To complement the gourmet menu items, Reform Social and Grill restaurant treats diners to a setting of engaging opulence. As well as an elegant dinner menu, Reform Social and Grill serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and afternoon tea.
Close to the exclusive boutiques of Bond Street and Marylebone and 5 minutes’ walk from Bond Street Tube Station, Reform Social and Grill London is a gloriously elegant dining destination for those wanting innovation mixed with tradition.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- afternoon tea (56)
- al fresco (4)
- breakfast (5)
- business (35)
- child friendly (8)
- dinner (75)
- entertainment (8)
- large parties (21)
- lunch (42)
- luxury (16)
- private dining (31)
- romantic (41)
- trendy (18)
- value (47)
- views (2)
6 April 2019
We had Afternoon Tea as part of a baby shower celebration. The restaurant was quiet on the day, so we didn't have to wait long to be served. The afternoon tea was really nice and the server was really helpful, but felt a little bit forceful at times regarding the drinks and choices for the pregnant guest.
13 January 2019
Good food, good drinks, good service
11 December 2018
Location was great, as was the service and decor. The menu however is terrible: really basic sounding food that you’d find in any low end pub. I opted for the ribeye steak as it was literally the only good sounding thing on the menu. It arrived with some nice chunky chips, a pathetic looking green salad and one of the worst steaks I’ve ever seen. It was thin, zero marbling, and tiny (£18 this was) tasted bland and over cooked. Won’t be coming here again I’m afraid, the menu needs some SERIOUS work.
25 March 2018
Had really reasonable priced gentlemen afternoon tea - great savouries, well-made scones, and fabolous cakes. we were the only one in the restaurant at that time and therefore got all the attention. cant say I minded that...
5 January 2018
Second Best steaks I'll ever had, so far. (Only beaten by Waigu-beef.)
23 May 2017
This was a top dining experience on every level from brilliant staff to lovely surroundings and fabulous food
14 May 2017
Good service and friedndly staff
5 May 2017
I stay at the Mandeville hotel regularly and oftentimes have drinks at the bar or in-room dining from Reform. This was my first experience dining in the restaurant, and it did not disappoint. The drinks were excellent, as was the food. The manager, Tushar, was very attentive, as were the rest of the staff. The restaurant also has a nice ambience - refined but cozy at the same time.
11 March 2017
We had the 'Gentleman's afternoon tea', which as a lovely experience. Tasty food with warm, friendly service in simple, stylish surroundings. I would definitely reccommend.
29 December 2016
I was disappointed overall. I think the Gentlemans tea was too gimmicky with no real substance. The steak on the sandwhich was so chewy and raw it was almost inedible. The sandwhiches were so stale i sent half back. We waited ages for menus, ages for tea, the cocktail couldnt be made as their barman had gone on a break. There was very little food and we were all hungry two hours later. To top it all they charged 12 service charge which i didn't pay. The whole thing cost over £100 and was a complete waste of money. Would never go here again. If they made the portions bigger it could be worth it but the cakes were just a bit of battenburg and meringue they werent even that nice. If you want afternoon tea i would stick to scones and tea as actually that was the best bit.
All day a la carte menu
Business Lunch - 2-course £18.00, 3 course lunch £24 per person
Gentleman's Afternoon Tea - £26.50 per person
Gentleman's afternoon tea & a glass of Moët & Chandon £37 per person
Traditional Afternoon Tea - £26.50 per person
Traditional afternoon tea & a glass of Moët & Chandon £37 per person