About us

About us

Located on the corner of Mayfair’s South Audley Street and Mount Street, The Audley Public House is a traditional neighbourhood pub, carefully restored and where history and contemporary art collide.

 

Open seven days a week from 11am, the bar is very much the star.

No reservations required.

Eat & Drink

Eat & Drink

The Audley is a place to drink draught beers and ciders, with a small menu of classic bar snacks and dishes and serving a traditional roast on Sundays. A place for a pint, a pie, a sausage with mustard or a half dozen oysters…

The bar serves beer from independent supplier Sambrook’s Brewery in Battersea – one of the oldest brewers in London, alongside other favourites such as London Pride and draught Guinness.

We work closely with a selection of farmers, growers and makers who provide the freshest, seasonal produce from around the UK. These include our farm in Somerset which provides our beef and lamb, and Durslade Farm Shop where our sausages are made. We are also delighted to support We are Grow, the agroecological farm and outdoor learning hub at The Totteridge Academy in north London.

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History

History

This elegant Victorian building has been carefully transformed by design and architecture studio Laplace, whilst remaining true to its listed exterior and interiors. Built in 1888, The Audley was designed by Thomas Verity, the man who designed the exterior of the pavilion at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Art

Look up at the spectacular ceiling – a specially commissioned intervention by British artist Phyllida Barlow, known for taking inspiration from her surroundings to create extraordinary installations. Exuberant and joyful, Phyllida has created a collaged mosaic of hand painted paper in a range of hot colours, inspired by the curvature of the pub windows.

Mount st. Restaurant & Rooms

Mount st. Restaurant & Rooms

Above the Audley pub you will find Mount St. Restaurant & Rooms, showcasing some extraordinary artist commissions. This modern London restaurant, flooded with light, has a menu inspired by the capital’s culinary history whilst the top three floors of this iconic building offer four beautifully designed spaces, each with its own story to tell, and available for private hire.

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