M Victoria Street; is a multifaceted award winning venue, very much leading the trend of new high quality restaurants opening in Victoria.
Shortlisted as Best New Restaurant 2016 in the Restaurant Magazine Awards, M houses a world class M Grill dining room, a 100% gluten-free M Raw restaurant, public and private members bars, private dining, event spaces and a wine tasting room, all of which one enters via M Wine Store.
Chef Michael Reid, who is a regular face on British TV screens, trained at both Le Gavroche and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay returned from Melbourne to the London restaurant scene to open M Victoria St. Michael worked closely with celebrity chef Shannon Bennet in his award winning Vue de Monde restaurant and in opening Jardin Tan. All at the same time as working with some of Australia’s finest chefs, including George Calombaris and Peter Gilmore. He also cooked alongside Heston Blumenthal at The Skinny Duck, Melbourne.
``The hype seems justified, Bravo!``
``The greatest beef slab you will ever taste; borders on religious epiphany``GQ
``Since bursting onto the London dining scene, M has become one of the most sought after dining destinations in the capital, somewhat of a utopia for foodies and fine diners alike``Lux World Wide
``Michelin level modern food with flair.``London Dining Reviews
“Top marks for all the steaks and the chicken karaage was the best starter we've tried in months”Foodism
``Seriously, the grilled flesh here is wonderful``William Sitwell, Huffington Post
``A City slickers playground puts Kobe back on the menu.``The Telegraph
``If you've got a hankering for meat, head down to' M Grill, a hot new contender for the best steak in London.``Steve Dinneen, City AM
``Expect some of best cuts of meat from around the world``Zagat
``Best international steaks in London``Taste of London
``RAW excels. In short, you've got the finest proteins from land and sea for a gourmet fix.``Epicure - Men's Health
``Stylish and ambitious... Michael Reid's menu matches beauty with the beast.``Bill Knott - Financial Times