Nestled into an elegant pocket of central London, Isabel is a destination with a unique character that belies the more genteel nature of the area.
Since opening in 2017, at number 26 Albemarle Street, Isabel remains one of the most distinctive restaurants and bars in the capital. Its building dates back to 1905 and the facade is one of the finest examples of Beaux-Arts inspired architecture, popular at the time. One of the earliest occupants of the building was Charles Mellier, a furniture dealer and manufacturer selling period English and French furniture. From every plate of food served and every drink poured, Isabel presents a vibrancy and style of its own. Look a little deeper and you will notice the subtle nuances that intersect the time-honoured grandeur of Mayfair with the fun, sensuality and glamour of Latin America and the Mediterranean.