Reform Social and Grill
In a hotel so flirtatiously girly you might get it confused with the set of SATC, it’s perfectly fitting that The Mandeville’s main restaurant Reform Social and Grill is a grunting, bearded and sharp suited opposite. These opposites certainly add attraction to one another. Dark brown leather sofas, marble tables and clunky silver set the stage for diners to tuck into hearty English brasserie choices such as Pheasant Scotch Egg or cheese and onion tarts and manly, meaty mains like sirloins, chops and porterhouses. Luckily, the typically fashion conscious guests taking a break from shopping can nibble on their selection of salads or bar snacks. Though the male gentleman might be having a bit of a moment thanks to Daniel Graig, casual all-day dining brasseries never go out of style and hopefully, neither will this easy choice.