"It's a jungle out there, but Yopo will take you by the hand and lead you on the path of enlightened discovery."
Willaim Sitwell ~ The Telegraph
Head Chef George Scott-Toft has created menus at YOPO inspired by South American cuisine and his travels through Argentina, Chile and Peru. From indigenous Amazonian ingredients, to low-intervention Argentinian wines and traditional dishes perfected over generations, YOPO is a feast of food and culture.
Exporting the bold flavours of Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima and bringing them to London, YOPO showcases these alongside the very finest seasonal and regional produce available. Much of South American culture is about gathering together and we encourage guests to start their experience at YOPO with a selection of sharing plates.
YOPO is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the lounge, with its own entrance on Newman Street, is open all day with a light snack menu and coffee and lunches available for take away.
Minimum spend applies*
*YOPO Restaurant is temporarily closed until further notice.
Food & Beverage will be available in Jurema Terrace.
DRESS CODE: Strictly Smart Casual
YOPO Restaurant operates a strict dress code of smart/ casual, no ties no trainers, no hoodies after 6pm
Starting Sunday 8th May, The Mandrake will be serving al fresco Botanical Sunday Brunch at Jurema Terrace for a vibrant weekend affair this summer. An evergreen oasis that offers a sense of escapism, Jurema Terrace is the perfect slice of tranquillity in the heart of the bustling city of London.
From 12pm to 4pm, guests may indulge in a spirited and gastronomic brunch experience exclusively available on Sundays. Cool tunes by sound sommelier DJ Karen Lopez add to the fun and lively ambience of the relaxed weekend afternoon spent under the sun.
The Mandrake’s renowned fusion of art, culture and design, brings a varied curation of artists, performers, exhibitions and events through our doors; turning the hotel into an ever-changing backdrop for new talent to shine.