The décor is bright and inviting, combining the cool exposed brick, considered light fittings and suspended greenery of a New York loft, with the charm of a traditional Italian bistro.
With its entrance on Maddox Street, Pucci Mayfair also boasts an outdoor street-side terrace for alfresco dining, or aperitivo.
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It is a good place to order a pizza and some finger food and wine! It is not a place for a full dinner! Very goood music and atmosphere :)
The food was very average, pizzas barely had ingredients on them and the rest was not very good either. The service was ok, but it took asking 4 times to get the bill .
Once I realised it was the restaurant for Maddox I was worried that like most nightclubs the food would be overpriced and disappointing, but honestly was a great experience. Food was good value and really enjoyable, nice DJ, actually better than when it’s a club and setting was ideal a good buzz but not noisy. Will be back!
Rufus and his team were fantastic. Deanna and Fatima were great , beauty and ability a very rare combination. Thanks to all of you Jaya and I had a really lovely evening.
The food and ambience definitely met our expectations but we were very disappointed with the attitude of a staff member. She miscalculated the remaining balance on the bill, when we pointed out her reaction wasn't pleasant, she made a face and walked away, the least she could do was thank us (I bet if we didn't correct her the difference was coming from her pocket).
I don't bother staying for food. Booked at 3:30 only to be told kitchen shut at 4pm.
Dated unpleasant atmosphere. Terrible music. Very much back to the 80's. With so much choise I really would go elsewhere.
The food was tasty but the portions were minuscule - the halibut main dish was more like a small starter. The place is very loud with a DJ (went on a Saturday night). The service was friendly. There are so many great restaurants in London. I wouldn't recommend this one.
Very average service for a restaurant that is in one of the nicest areas in London. Once we were seated, the food took an hour to come, the size of the portions was laughable and the servers just seemed terrified of their boss. One of the mains came 30 minutes before the others. Everyone just seemed really tense and it seemed pretty weird. They did wave off a portion of the bill and got us a round of drinks on the house but I am definitely not returning here and don't really recommend it.
Pucci was a bit of a disappointment. At £127 for 2 people for lunch, it is very pricey. You wouldn't mind so much if the food was worth it but the portions were so tiny that it beggared belief that they can charge so much for such little food. The only positive was the lovely waiter who served us.
The food is ok. Good but nothing special. The ambience is ok. The place was empty.
Was a good meal and pizza is excellent - sat outside and be careful as church bells rang for 10 minutes at lunchtime which made it difficult to hear conversation
Excellent food. Improvements made from previous visits. Staff and owner friendly and attentive.
I had lunch with an old friend at Pucci. The food was absolutely delicious and actually really reasonable considering my friend also had two large glasses of wine. Really excellent service, nice music, great ambience and as I mentioned, great food. The portions are not massive, but it was lunchtime and it was more than adequate!
Will definitely return, perhaps one evening.
Refreshing venue for the area as Maddox Street has been a bit staid in the past.
We came for a business meeting upon a recommendation, and this was not our first visit. Just to say, the place may not be the best place for business talk. It looks they position themselves as a venue for spoiled wanderers or tourists who do not know better. The service is very disappointing. There is one man serving all tables, and even with the restaurant a quarter occupied for lunch, it wasn’t the quickest service. Not the friendliest, either. Nevertheless, the service charge already on the bill is 15%, and when we chose to split £100 bill among three, he didn’t blink an eye adding £2 extra “to break it even” - rather than bothering with £33.33. Eyeopener! It’s only that English people don’t like arguing that let’s the man get off with it. Seriously, overwhelming! Well, £34 for lunch in central London is not a bad price after all. Burrata was just fab, although they serve it with toasted bread rather than greens or tomatoes. In general, sides are not added unless you ask. My pasta of the day - tagliatelle with crab and peas was a hearty dish that didn’t let me move for the next two hours. I should’ve known better than eating the all of it - alas, the bowl looked quite small. I’m sure, it was the cream. Wine was ok, at least this time they had the Austrian Rose listed on their menu. To summarize, I wouldn’t mind another encounter with their chef. However, that person waiting on the customers wouldn’t be someone I’ll miss terribly.
Extremely poor service and food very average.
Only one waiters in service on the main floor,pizza with lemon on top,😂only because is with bresaola,oh my god!!
That area is very competitive,with a lot of different restaurants,and yours is very over priced,with no quality In food and in service.
Thank you for a lovely meal, great staff and location
Lovely meal, delicious food and generous portion. Worth a visit!
Quick lunch with associates, great value at £15 and exceptional service.
Great atmosphere. Had the pleasure of being served by the manager/owner Rufus, who made the evening even more special. I mentioned it mad my friends birthday on the reservation and the brought out a small cake with a candle which was a nice touch. Great pricing for the area. I will be back soon!
After reading excellent reviews this restaurant was very disappointing. It had absolutely no atmosphere. The food was so basic.
Great food in a relaxed atmosphere.... will definitely come again.
Food is nice but nothing special, portions are small (think sharing plates rather than starter and main), prices above average for what it is and other things available in area. Staff were overly attentive to the point of being intrusive / disruptive. Perhaps because there weren't may people at the restaurant on a Wed night or because they are encouraged to up-sell (drinks, sides, more dishes etc.) which gets frustrating when you're trying to catch up with friends.
The following day I received an email from OpenTable saying the restaurant labelled us as a no show which meant more unnecessary admin and effort to prove that we were actually there, ensure we were not charged a no show fee, and have my OpenTable account unlocked. All in all a very average and pricey experience.
Thoroughly enjoyed the evening at Pucci Mayfair, great ambience, good service and excellent food!
Love the place and the vibe. We both had the arrabbiata pasta but the portion was small. When ordering a second glass of wine the waitress forgot and I had to ask again.
Great pizza and wonderful Cyrene brûlée with rhubarb !!! My friend had lamb and hazelnut desert - !! All great - friendly and attentive staff!!! Will definitely return!!
Excellent experience. Great food. Try the pavlova.