Planning Usage: A3 Restaurants , A4 Pubs and Bars
St James’s is one of London’s most celebrated dining, cultural and fashion destinations.
With a famously rich cultural heritage, it is also home to modern icons such as Dover Street Market and the Institute of Contemporary Arts. While it is the centre of high finance in London’s West End it is also home to a substantial number of art galleries and theatres.
Just a short walk from Piccadilly Circus, Soho and Leicester Square, St James’s Market has the benefits of a major local office catchment and a rich cultural and residential offering. The location is home to a broad mix of world-class restaurant operators including Milos and Cafe Murano. Last year the celebrated former Ottolenghi and Nopi chef, Ramael Scully unveiled his first restaurant, Scully to critical acclaim.
St James’s Market, an architecturally stunning new development sitting comfortably in an area of rich heritage, is already home to seven exciting restaurants centred around a vibrant public square.
Adjacent brands include Anzu from the Japanese restaurant group Tonkotsu, Nordic offering Aquavit London which has recently been awarded a Michelin star, Duck & Waffle Local, award-winning West African concept Ikoyi, London's first opening from Danish bakery Ole & Steen and Urban Tea Rooms.