Reform Social & Grill Oxford Street

(158 Reviews)
8-14 Mandeville Place, London, London, W1U 2BE
British, Organic, Afternoon Tea
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Business Lunch - 2-course £18.00, 3 course lunch £24 per person

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Main course: £16
Food spend: £35

Opening hours

Monday to Wednesday: 07:00 - 10:30 & 12:00 - 22:00
Thursday & Friday: 07:00 - 10:30 & 12:00 - 22:30
Saturday: 08:00 - 11:30 & 12:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 08:00 - 11:30 & 12:00 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

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.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for Reform Social & Grill Oxford Street
(based on 158 reviews)

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Recommended for

  • 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)
  • By Grant H from Gerrards Cross
    5 May 2016

    Very pleasant environment. Good value lunch with reasonably priced wine list. Bianca was outstanding. I would definitely recommend this place.

  • By Andrew C from London
    4 April 2016

    Slightly underwhelmed

  • By Amanda P from London
    2 April 2016

    Terrible afternoon tea - only 1 scone per person, which was also cold and of bad quality. The sweets were worse than your average cafe. Savouries on the gentleman's tea were better but the voyage selection was again disappointing. Not reccomended at all. Also the offer on welcome drink advertised through bookatable was no longer available

  • By Geetha C from London
    19 March 2016

    The starters were excellent and the ambiance fun.

  • By Aanchal S from London
    9 March 2016

    Sandwiches were rock hard and a particular staff member was rude

  • By Deborah L from London
    6 February 2016

    Service was fantastic. All staff were very attentive. Food was not to a good standard in my opinion. Sandwiches were very cold and hard as though they were just taken from the fridge. Couldn't fault the warm scones as they were delicious. The cake samples were very nice except the black forest gateau interpretation, which was more like a fudge cake with a cherry in.

  • By Alec H from London
    10 January 2016

    Pleasant enough but doesn't really cut the mustard. Had the brunch experience which started with a ploughman's assortment. All tasty enough but nothing really to set the world alight. Smoked haddock egg was under seasoned. Main course roast beef was fine although the beef lacked flavour. Good roast potatoes. Plate too small. Assortment of puddings was good but not spectacular. Restaurant was pretty empty at 1pm. Service was pleasant although a little muddled.

  • By Brian D from London
    20 December 2015

    This is our 4th time to Reform Grill and the experience was in line with all previous visits. Food is good but service is unbelievably poor due (we think) mainly to inexperienced & nervous waiters. The waiters are warm and friendly but just inexperienced...not in charge, nervous and prone to errors. Last night we were the only customers (we were 7) in the restaurant and yet, as with our other previous visit, the waiter forgot one of the hamburgers we ordered (last time they forgot my wife's salad). To be fair, the waiter did not charge for the late hamburger and, in defence of the waiters, they are genuinely sincere, courteous, and kind to all. The reasons we keep coming back is we enjoy having Sunday evening meals with the family in a quiet venue where we can speak (sometimes we are 14, depends who is around). The waiters did turn off the music for us (which was loud) after we arrived so we could speak. The food is decent enough and the price is fair. So we will go back sometime in 2016 (because it is quiet) but cannot recommend it to friends for fear of having that awkward moment when you realise your meal is not going to come with all the others.

  • By Tina S from London
    7 December 2015

    excellent value for money for free flowing champagne afternoon tea, including bellini on arrival. Great to have a choice of savoury or vintage afternoon tea menu

  • By Michelle M from Brighton
    6 December 2015

    Lovely afternoon treat !

Restaurant Location Map
Reform Social & Grill Oxford Street
8-14 Mandeville Place, London, London, W1U 2BE

Available offers

  • Business Lunch - 2-course £18.00, 3 course lunch £24 per person
  • Gentleman's afternoon tea & a glass of Moët & Chandon £37 per person
  • Traditional afternoon tea & a glass of Moët & Chandon £37 per person
  • All day a la carte menu
  • Gentleman's Afternoon Tea - £26.50 per person
  • Traditional Afternoon Tea - £26.50 per person

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