Miro Mayfair’s Signature Dish That Will Set You Back £3,000
The latest addition to London‘s dining scene is Miro Mayfair. Hidden underground in the heart of Mayfair on Old Burlington Street, Miro will feature contemporary global cuisine.
The menu is reimagined by Cream Group’s Executive Head Chef Toby Burrows, and is inspired by his worldly travels, with bold, fun, and all-encompassing dishes. It’s dining as you’ve never experienced before.
Described as “opulent, Mayfair interpretation of global favourites, with dramatic presentation.” The menu features “Fish and chips” but this isn’t your ordinary fish and chips – A layered potato galette, topped with fatty tuna belly, Japanese mayonnaise, pickled wasabi and caviar, the “Bone Marrow Brulee” served with mini croissants and pickles.
But the dish that we all want to hear about is the “Sunken Treasure Chest” – containing a kilogram of caviar surrounded by blinis and croissants will set you back £3,000.
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In addition, Andy Mil, the celebrated and award-winning mixologist has created an extravagant and theatrical cocktail menu. Miro Mayfair also has an array of extremely rare Tequilas. The drinks list feature a list of rare and vintage cocktails with prices ranging from £500-£50,000. Highlights include a world record-breaking ‘Vintage French 75’ made with a rare 1950s Gin and a mythical bottle of 1970 Dom Pérignon champagne priced at £5,000.
The Lounge and Bar area is a destination in itself. Offering both cocktail and food menus, with our live DJ set each night, without the formality of restaurant dining set against the abstract and eclectic hand-painted murals and neon light.
More info: www.miromayfair.com