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Gaia brings Greek island hospitality to London’s Mayfair

It might be located in the heart of London’s West End, but this Mayfair restaurant couldn’t feel more like a seaside Aegean escape if it tried.

Everything about Gaia, from its menu to its interiors, has been chosen to evoke the sunny Greek isles.

Sun-drenched shelves are filled with clay amphora and miniature sculptures, and tables are laid with handcrafted glassware and pottery – chosen to evoke the sea.

That beachy feel is emphasised by whitewashed walls, ceilings striped in blue, and azure-coloured dining furniture.

Guests can order a Santorini spritz and a tyropita before selecting something straight from the fresh fish counter – which can be grilled, baked, fried or cooked in a salt crust in classic Greek style.

50 Dover St, London W1S 4NY, United Kingdom

Ceramics and pottery on the shelves
Photography: GAIA Restaurants
A duptych of the staircase and dining table
Photography: GAIA Restaurants

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