St James’s Market

Retail and Dining in James’s Market

St James’s Market is at the centre of one of the world’s most exciting shopping and dining districts.

Flagship shopping from major fashion and lifestyle brands including Jigsaw St James’s Emporium, ASSOS of Switzerland, Paul & Shark, Aspinal of London and SMEG.

The stores are located on historic Regent Street St James’s, neighbouring Haymarket, home of fashion-lifestyle heavyweight Dover Street Market.

Seven new restaurants include Anzu from Japanese restaurant group Tonkotsu, Nordic offering Aquavit London, Duck & Waffle Local, West African concept Ikoyi, Danish bakery Ole & Steen, Urban Tea Rooms and Veneta from London’s Salt Yard Group.


Clean, contemporary and exceptionally chic, Jigsaw, St James’s Emporium is 3000 sq ft of luxury mens and womenswear by the classic British outfitter Jigsaw, with one third of the space dedicated to their multi-brand sister store, The Shop at Bluebird.

Store open now


St James’s has been a destination for sartorial craftsmanship since the very first shirt- and hat-makers opened along Jermyn Street in the 17th century. In St James’s Market, this proud tradition evolves with one-off shopping concepts in grand flagship emporiums.


The rich culinary offering of St James’s features top restaurants from London, New York, Copenhagen and beyond. Each restaurateur was invited to craft a bespoke dining concept exclusively for St James’s Market, one that applies their culinary ethos to the rich history of St James’s Market.


Follow the aroma of freshly baked bread to Ole & Steen. This is the first location outside of Denmark for Lagekagehuset, their St James’s Market location will offer light Scandi fare, wine, beer and single estate coffee.

Lagkagehuset website


These Italian home appliances can be described as many things, but nondescript isn’t one of them. The ‘50s-inspired collection, for instance, is a range of appliances fresh out of the American dream kitchen, while a collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana boosts the humble refrigerator into a work of Sicilian folk art.

Smeg website

Now open

Anzu comes from the team behind Tonkotsu, known London-wide for their take on Tokyo-style ramen. The Japanese brasserie concept at St James’s Market, is an elevated alternative to the noodle bar, where diners can linger over dishes like wagyu steak, miso-cured salmon and katsu curry.

Tonkotsu website

In Manhattan, Aquavit has already earned a constellation of Michelin stars for their Swedish fine dining. In London, the same superb Nordic-inspired cuisine is served alongside a smorgasbord of Scandinavian design, including contributions by Filippa K, Georg Jensen and Olafur Eliasson.

Aquavit website

Hailing from the mountainous Swiss canton of Ticino, Assos takes a no-nonsense approach to cycling apparel. Each garment is the product of countless hours of research, engineered especially with custom fabric to contour to the body, insulate and protect the muscles.

Assos website

From waterproof knitwear to self-heating jackets that laugh in the face of winter, Paul & Shark is pragmatic clothing with Italian flair. The family business was founded in the ‘70s and continues to operate out of a historic mill just outside Milan.

Paul & Shark website


For futher information or materials, please contact the relevant agent below.

Retail enquiries


Paul Souber
Tel +44 (0)20 7344 6870

David Carlsson
Tel +44 (0)20 7344 6824

Nash Bond

David Bannister
Tel +44 (0)20 7290 4569

John Lyons
Tel +44 (0)20 7290 4583

Restaurant enquiries


Josh Leon
Tel +44 20 7 487 1967

Sara Law
Tel +44 20 7344 6849

Davis Coffer Lyons

Emma Flather
Tel +44 20 7299 0691

Rob Meadows
Tel +44 20 7299 0738

Press enquiries

Neville McCarthy Associates

Louisa McCarthy
Tel +44 20 7940 2900