Renowned chef Jason Atherton delivers his consistently exceptional British cuisine in a theatrical new addition with a covered garden at the Biltmore Hotel in Mayfair. The Betterment by Jason Atherton restaurant offers botanic cocktails in quirky vessels from 2 bars and an elegant afternoon tea.
The Betterment by Jason Atherton in Mayfair serves carefully plated seasonal dishes with Atherton’s finesse like steak tartare with beef-dripping croutons and a caviar option to finish. Mains include short rib with bone marrow and cheddar or native lobster in a sumptuous white port bisque.
The Betterment by Jason Atherton menu tempts with baked goat's curd cheesecake, matched with fig and gingerbread. Diners set the pace with wines available from coravin to magnum or sweet and sour cocktails like 'violet sky' with sloe gin, vodka, and egg white.
The Betterment by Jason Atherton in London has relaxed but suave interiors with pink vintage chairs. In the ever-developing Mayfair area, find Atherton's eatery in Grosvenor Square, a 6-minutes’ walk from Bond Street Station.
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8 February 2020
We loved it. The food was superb, the service excellent. The staff were very friendly and attentive. The atmosphere was very relaxed. We eat out in London alot and all agreed this was a favourite. Food was plentiful and delicious.
9 November 2019
Dinner at The Betterment was simply excellent and a real joy. The Bookatable menu was a fantastic and incredibly well priced way to sample the type and level of cuisine being produced, which is definitely worth checking out. Service was very welcoming, professional, enthusiastic and attentive at all times. Overall, a great dining experience, and one we are planning to repeat. Anybody pondering whether to visit: just do.
9 November 2019
Food was delicious and the service excellent, we found the decor and ambiance totally uninspiring and plain. We would think twice about using again unfortunately.