Available dinner Tue-Sat (until 19:00 & then from 21:00) until 30 March 2020, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Awarded a Michelin Star in 2010 for its excellent healthy cuisine and exquisite wines, Texture Restaurant and Champagne Bar is housed in a beautifully restored Georgian building on Portman Square
The Texture menu offers modern European dishes with Scandinavian influences, focusing on combining British produce that is sourced from both the earth and sea with ingredients from Sverrisson's native Iceland.
The muted interior of the restaurant and champagne bar blends contemporary elegance with original features and striking artwork by renowned Icelandic artist, Tolli. Elegantly designed, the champagne bar is perfect for pre-dinner aperitifs or those who want to take advantage of the extraordinary champagne and wine list.
In the heart of Mayfair, Texture Restaurant & Champagne Bar features crisp, elegant décor and offers a private dining room. Next to Oxford Street, Marble Arch Tube Station is a 2-minute walk away.
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21 February 2015
Very pleasant dining experience. Food and wine pairings were all you'd expect from a Michellin starred restaurant.
2 May 2014
Amazing food,great ambience and impeccable service, we truly enjoyed our dining experience here.
21 March 2014
9 September 2012
We tried the tasting menu, accompanied by five wines chosen to complement the courses. The 'pea and mint tea' pre-starter was special and set a high bar for the rest of the meal; a fantastic combination of flavours and textures - strong mint tea sorbet, pea mouse and crushed fresh garden peas. Fabulous flavours too in the heritage tomato starter. Steak and toungue was perfectly cooked, but not hugely inspirational. Quail dish was exquisite. The Icelandic cod was perfectly cooked, and was allowed to lead the dish with its delicate flavour. The wines were well matched and fantastically explained by the sommelier. Service was attentive, efficient, helpful and friendly. It is an intimate restaurant, well staffed and although not rushed, you do feel the pace of the environment, particularly as many diners were not staying for the tasting menu and were 'in and out' after one course, it seemed. Great value for money.
10 October 2011
We had a warm welcome at the door. Bar was comfortable and we appreciated that we were not hurried to take our table until we had finished our cocktails. Evening dinner was excellent.We enjoyed every course on the tasting menu.The meal was leisurely and we felt this added to the enjoyment of the food. All staff were courteous, attentive but not overbearing. The venue is most attractive and small enough to offer personal service.