Me and my aquiantences have visited on numerous occasions, and have never been disappointed. The quality of the pies is such that you can understand that they have won National Pie Championships in recent years. Quite an expensive wine list, but decent fayre, and you regular Ales/Lagers on tap, as well as Magners.
We had the pleasure of meeting Josie D'Darby the last time we were there, and a few other well-known faces have dined there over the years.
One slight quibble; the viscosity of the condiments was a little sub standard and inconsistent.
30 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, W1J 6NR
Green park: come out of tube station onto Piccadilly. Head east in direction of Piccadilly Circus, turn first left up Berkeley Street and walk up to Berkeley Square. Bruton Place is at the top right of the square. Bond Street: turn right out of the station, turn first right down Davies Street and walk to the square. Bruton Place is the alley on your left.