Spot the odd glossy A-lister and wallow in glamorous all-day Mayfair buzz at this upscale Italian brasserie wedged strategically between Old Bond Street, Cork Street, and Savile Row, and across from the 1768 Royal Academy of Arts. The G5 jet set and fine art world connoisseurs spill out onto pavement tables for breakfast, brunch, and cicchetti (Italian tapas), and return later in the day for something more substantial. À la mode English designer Ilse Crawford's luxe green-and-brown interior is a tony backdrop for well-loved classics like sea bream carpaccio, veal Milanese, and pappardelle pasta with Chianti ragù, and not forgetting a flavorsome pick-me-up tiramisu. It's perfect for a what-the-hell! pit stop during a kamikaze West End shopping spree or after old masters art buying at the nearby Mayfair auction houses, art galleries, and salons.