Harden's survey result
“David Moore’s gastronomic home has stood the test of time through many chefs that have gone on to star elsewhere”. All reports on this “world-class” Fitzrovia townhouse agree that – with the help of Asimakis Chaniotis at the stoves (since October 2017) – “it is amazing how standards have been maintained” with “creative cuisine that’s delicious but not fussy”. “Friendly guidance from the knowledgeable and engaging sommelier” is another plus in navigating an “exceptional” wine list, with “interesting and well-priced vintages from unusual places”. Gripes about the ambience were largely absent this year, with typical feedback describing it as “always elegant, always stylish”. Top Tip: “the space at the front of the restaurant is more crowded – ask for the back room when booking”.
“David Moore runs a tight ship to maintain standards” and his “comfortable” Fitzrovia townhouse represents “perfection” for its many fans on account of its “unfailingly impressive” cuisine, “awesome” wines, and “good but not overly solicitous service”. There’s an undertow on ratings however, from sceptics who are slightly less wowed – they say “it’s not a bad place, but for these prices perhaps a bit, well… beige”. The griping is from a small minority though – overall this remains one of London’s highest-achieving foodie temples. (There has been a lot of change afoot here post-survey. Popular sommelier and co-owner Mathieu Germond announced he was to leave to establish nearby Noize, and in September 2017 chef Andy McFadden moved on, with Asimakis Chaniotis moving up within the ranks.)
“In spite of another chef change, it goes from strength to strength!” – David Moore’s “intimate” Fitzrovia townhouse is one of the capital’s most enduring havens of gastronomy, with “very precise, fine attention to every detail”. “Staff are charming from start to finish” and Andy McFadden’s “assured” cuisine can be “extraordinary” (“he makes the food burst into life!”) There’s “one of the best cellars in London” too, presided over by the “helpful and hugely knowledgeable sommelier”, Mathieu Germond.
David Moore’s “perennially excellent!” foodie temple in Fitzrovia remains one of London’s prime gastronomic ‘heavy hitters’ – service is “outstanding”, the “very clever” cuisine is “a joy”, and a friendly sommelier oversees a “treasure trove” of wine. Stop Press – chef Marcus Eaves left in early September 2015, but David Moore has a good track record of attracting the best talent here.
|Wine per bottle||£40.00|
Corporate Hospitality or a celebration party
If you’re looking for somewhere that’s beautifully appointed, exudes style, serves exquisite cuisine and has understated yet perfect service, then Pied à Terre is for you.
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Our second floor private bar can entertain up to 25 guests and is the perfect exclusive London party venue. Sip chilled champagne whilst savouring delicious canapés.
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Private Dining Room
For smaller parties of up to 13, relax in the beautifully appointed private dining room where you can enjoy a selection of menus from £55 per person (lunch) with optional wine flights.
This includes your own room on the private second floor with dedicated butler style service at no extra cost. Sublime food, professional and discreet service and a wine list to knock the socks off most cellars in London, it’s a winning combination.
For the ultimate celebration and to really impress, enjoy an exclusive takeover. The option to entertain up to 40 guests in the restaurant makes this a popular corporate hospitality venue, birthday party venue and wedding reception venue.
Pied à Terre Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Tasting menu with wine flight beyond exquisite. Service exemplary. "
34 Charlotte St, London, W1T 2NH
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|Monday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|
|Friday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:45 pm-10:45 pm|