|Monday - Saturday||12:00 - 00:30|
|Sunday||12:00 - 23:30|
|Budget||Splash The Cash (£40+)|
|Nearest Station||Green Park|
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Premium quality steaks from the world’s finest cattle – Irish Black Angus and Snake River Wagyu among them - will be at the forefront of Rextail’s menu. Other main course highlights will include fuss-free, flavoursome fare like braised short beef ribs & herb baked bone marrow; Denham Estate venison loin with wild cranberries and yuzu scented black cod.A fine array of starters such as wood smoked organic salmon, dandelion, quail eggs & grain mustard; tuna tartare with koshu dressing & pickled cucumber and griddled red sea prawns, guacamole, chilli & vine tomato sauce, together with desserts of the calibre of passion fruit & mango meringue bombe and Tropézienne complete this superb culinary offering. As he did with his first London venture, Arkady has recruited a team of top industry professionals to head up this new project. Head Chef Adrian Martin arrives at Rextail from The Birley Group where he was responsible for all things culinary for Annabel’s, Mark’s Club, Harry’s Bar, George and Bath & Racquets. Stints at the Hoxton Hotel, The Ivy and Le Caprice also feature on his impressive résumé. General Manager Livio Italiani meanwhile has spent nearly three decades working in the hospitality industry, making him one of the capital’s most experienced specialists. He spent nearly six years as general manager for the hospitality division of Chelsea FC working with Marco Pierre White and aside from his undisputed managerial skills, Livio is also one of the country’s top sommeliers.
Rextail’s a riot of colours, textures and trinkets. A more rustic take on an American bar and grill, expect huge wooden boards rather than white plates that transport you to that cabin deep in the woods you’ve always dreamed of. We like that this isn’t a quick and dirty stop but more of a journey with a cold meat counter, a caviar and Champagne menu and an appreciative lunch menu that doesn’t threaten to break the bank. This place feels inclusive rather than exclusive and a welcome little addition to the Mayfair scene.