RESTAURANTS

M THREADNEEDLE ST
Our stunning, multifaceted venue in the heart of the City, houses two 100-cover restaurants, a destination cocktail bar, a wine-tasting room and a secret lounge, in addition to flexible private dining and event spaces.
Serving the finest steak in London Our steaks, which range from South African Rib eye to Grade 10+/A5 Japanese pure Kobe fillet steak, have been carefully selected from six individual countries (USA, Argentina, Japan, France, South Africa and Australia). The rest of the menu and the wine list come from the same six countries.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We serve the finest ingredients in our menus and match this food offering with the highest standards of hospitality.

 

M VICTORIA STREET
January 2016 heralded the opening of M Victoria Street; a multifaceted venue housing a Grill Dining Room, Raw Bar, both Public and Private Members Bars, private dining and event spaces, wine tasting room, all of which one enters via a wine store.
In its first year M Victoria St has been shortlisted to win Best Restaurant Menu in the ‘London Restaurant Festival Awards’ and as Best New Opening and Best Designed Restaurant in the ‘Restaurant Magazine R200 Awards’. The sister restaurant to the award winning M Threadneedle St, CEO & Founder Martin Williams along side Reid have created another M with a much changed offering but the same phenomenal quality in both food and hospitality.

M BAR & GRILL TWICKENHAM 

Martin Williams and Executive Chef, Michael Reid, have teamed up with rugby star, Simon Shaw MBE, to launch a new offering- the first M Bar & Grill.

Designed to offer Londoners and locals a taste of central London style and quality but on their doorstep- M Bar & Grill opened on 11th September at Brewery Wharf, opposite Twickenham Station, overlooking the River Crane and moments from the world-famous rugby Stadium.

Open 11am-11pm daily, M Bar & Grill will offer the spirit and accessibility of your favourite gastro pub served with the style, quality and heightened hospitality that M has become synonymous with.