Berkeley Square is central to the Berkeley Square Estate, an estate lovingly curated and managed by Berkeley Estate Asset Management.


Beam are committed to creating and maintaining exceptional spaces that will continue to uphold the global mystique and desire of Mayfair.

Berkeley Square professes to be the finest business address in London. Whether it be the Gardens at its centre, the fine architectural edifices on its perimeter or the quality and quantity of exceptional amenities, this square boasts many of the most esteemed businesses in London.

The Square’s centrality within Mayfair, ensures exceptional access to several underground stations and a multitude of interconnecting underground lines, within minutes. Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Green Park and Hyde Park Corner stations all ensure quick access to every corner of the capital.



Rarely are so many exquisite experiences clustered
in such a concentrated location, the whole culinary world is
represented in a plethora of michelin-starred restaurants,
bars and cafés in Mayfair. prestigious members’ clubs, hotels,
galleries and luxury boutiques attract the most glamorous
and discerning from all over the globe.
Sexy Fish is the Asian restaurant and bar
where everything is larger than life. With a menu
curated by chef prodigy Bjoern Weissgerber,
Sexy Fish oozes Mayfair glamour and style.

With art by Damien Hirst, Frank Gehry and Michael Roberts, the look and feel is exclusively glamorous and opulent.

Located on the south east corner of Berkeley Square in the heart of London’s prestigious Mayfair, Sexy Fish opened to a fanfare of anticipation in 2015. Masterfully designed with the style and sophistication of a midcentury brasserie by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and imaginatively brought to life with artwork from Frank Gehry, Damien Hirst and Michaeael Roberts, the look and feel is exquisitely glamorous and opulent. The Coral Reef Room provides exclusive private dining on the lower ground flfloor whilst the 140 cover restaurant, bar and terrace are all situated on the ground flfloor. With a focus on Japan, the food takes its inspiration from the seas of Asia.

The Bar reportedly holds the world’s largest Japanese whiskies collection at 400 bottles, as well as offffering a hard-to-resist cocktail list.

Energetic and inspiring, Chef Bjoeoern Weissgerber’s is a true master with an extraordinary range of culinary artistry – from traditional to modern, from German to French, from creatively experimental to Japanese contemporary. He earned his own Michelin star at the tender age of 27 when he was running Ca’s Puers in Mallorca in 2002. This eccentric German-Swede ethos is simple. As a man who loves to eat, he believes in creating healthy food that tastes good and looks Sexy.

Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR

With its unrivalled atmosphere, immaculate service
and exquisite cuisine, Annabel’s is the world’s most
exclusive private members’ club.

Established in 1963 by Mark Birley and named after his then wife Lady Annabel Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Annabel’s has recently moved from its original address at 44 berkeley square to No 46. This move has enabled the reimagination of a highly regarded club in to an exclusive experience which boasts an unrivalled atmosphere with immaculate service and exquisite cuisine.

At its core, Annabel’s remains a place to entertain and be entertained. With a timeless combination of comfort, glamour and intimacy, the club continually strives to create an atmosphere that is as unforgettable and celebratory as ever for a diverse, eclectic and cosmopolitan membership.

46 Berkeley Square, London W1J 5AT

Delahunty fine art, specialists in work by
leading modern and contemporary artists,
Delahunty is one of London’s principal fine art galleries.

Yoshitomo Nara (b.1959)
Title: Missing in Action (1999)
71 x 57in. (180.4 x 144.7cm.)

Delahunty have called Mayfair home for the past two decades. Their exquisite gallery space on Bruton Street, is a newly renovated 18th century townhouse well-appointed to showcase the blue-chip artworks on display.

Decades of revered experience inform Delahunty’s comprehensive range of art advisory services – helping clients navigate the international world of modern and contemporary art whilst maintaining absolute privacy and discretion.

29 Bruton St, London W1J 6QP

Ferrari is now in the heart of London’s Mayfair.
joining the likes of Bugatti and Bentley, this
ultimate super car brand now rests proudly in the
spiritual home of H. R. Owen on Berkeley Square.

Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939, the car with the ‘prancing horse’
badge has been the object of desire since 1947

Since 1947, when Enzo Ferrari’s first car, the 125s, drove through the historic factory gates on Via Abetone Inferiore in Maranello, Ferrari has epitomised the very best of the Italian automotive industry - heritage and passion, style and elegance, speed and power. It is a brand that represents and reflects the character of a nation and is as symbolic of Italy as are pasta, opera and the Colosseum in Rome.

This legacy is now on show at Ferrari’s new Berkeley Square showroom. Here, servicing and selling cars is not a job. It is a passion. This extraordinary experiential space is run by people who have lived and breathed this quintessential Italian brand for years.

From the 125S of 1947 to today’s 488 Pista, Ferrari cars have always been uncompromising in their pursuit of performance and excellence. This new showroom provides equally uncompromising service. If you own, love or covet Ferrari, you will always be welcome.

15 Berkeley Square, London W1J 6EG

Asprey is one of the world’s most established
luxury brands. for 240 years, they have served royalty,
heads of state and the world’s most glamorous.

Rich in history, Asprey has been the finest
manufacturer and retailer of jewellery, leather,
silver and other luxury goods since 1781.

Recognized as one of the world’s pre-eminent luxury goods brands, Asprey has supplied countless crowns, coronets and sceptres to Royal households all over the world. As befitting a brand with such established excellence, Asprey received its first Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria in 1862 and its most recent from The Prince of Wales, HRH Prince Charles. For two centuries the brand has maintained its reputation as the pre-eminent British luxury goods manufacturer and has continued to attract the world’s most discerning clientele.

Founded in 1781 by William Asprey, Asprey was originally based in Mitcham, Surrey until 1847 when the company relocated to its historic premises at 167 New Bond Street, London. After 175 years of the same premises, the store has recently relocated to new space on coveted Bruton Street. This new flflagship store is reflflective of the company’s progressive evolution, ensuring it is more befitting a brand that will continue to delight for centuries to come.

36 Bruton St, London W1J 6QX