Wells Bombardier, Greene King IPA, Young's Bitter, and Guest Ales,
This immaculate late Victorian pub fits perfectly into classy Mayfair. The exterior is clad in pretty pale pink terracotta tiles, its large arched windows in turned hardwood frames, are decorated with window boxes of vibrant flowers and tumbling ivy. Inside it is immaculate, more like a gentlemen's club than a pub, with dark wooden panelled walls, highly polished hardwood fittings and some delicate carving.
Original crystal chandeliers hang beneath an ornate plaster ceiling. A long hardwood bar counter serves the two bar areas; one provides ample seating and tables for diners. The other has a series of U-shaped leather benches which run along the exterior wall. The screens that separate them once extended to the bar, dividing it into several small booths. The ceiling clock gives away the Audley's origins as the Audley Hotel.
There is a good selection of bar meals, including many traditional English dishes. Children are welcome before 6pm. A stone's throw from the U.S. Embassy, in June 2009, Michelle Obama brought her children here for fish and chips. The Audley -
The pub is fine the toilets are horrible. Food was over cooked,service was poor at best.
Probably the best pub in London, or all of England, if you are looking for great food; there is simply nothing like it. Not to mention that is gorgeous─you might well be in Harrod's or Austin Reed.
If you are just looking for a place to get drunk, you have at least a thousand other choices in London alone.
just one word- beautiful-its one of my absolute favorites. the spirit of victorian times, mayfair people, perfect selection of ales and beers- belgium stuff, yummie--
yes, and patrick, who eats fish´n chips in a stylish location like this?