British, Modern Restaurants in Fitzrovia
1. Kitchen Table British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 70 Charlotte Street - W1
“One of a kind!”: James Knappett’s “phenomenal” Fitzrovia 20-seater – entered via the hotdog-and-Champagne bar that shares its name (see Bubbledogs) – “takes creative gastronomy to a new level” and is “well deserving of its second Michelin star”. Cooking behind a horseshoe-shaped counter with the kitchen at its centre, “the chefs are good company”, and their conversation helps “nail the balance between a very interesting gastronomic journey and a lovely ‘feel-at-home’ atmosphere”. Dishes “celebrating high quality produce are effortlessly executed and perfectly sized”; and “with enough innovation to keep you interested, while not alienating anyone”. “One of the best meals of my life” – “I barely noticed that it lasted three hours!”
2. Clipstone British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 5 Clipstone Street - W1
“Not at all what you would expect from the outside!” – “fabulous flavours and clever cooking abound” at Will Lander and Daniel Morgenthau’s “highly sophisticated” neighbourhood venture, whose understatedly hip premises occupy a deceptively humble-looking corner-site in Fitzrovia. It also features an “exceptional and interesting wine list by glass: I go online after to see what wines I should be buying at home!”
3. Portland British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 113 Great Portland Street - W1
“Always on form, always interesting” – Will Lander and Daniel Morgenthau’s acclaimed Fitzrovian has won a serious culinary reputation over the years, with both an à la carte and tasting menu available lunch and dinner. Fans say its interior is “lovely and modern”, but – despite its “charming” service – the set-up can also seem a little too no-nonsense; the focus is very much on the modern European cuisine – “every dish is a success”.
4. Caravan British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia Yalding House, 152 Great Portland Street - W1W
“So many amazing, creative options for brunch” together with “renowned coffee” (“meticulously sourced and roasted in-house”) have made these “loud”, “brash”, “buzzy” and “quite hip” haunts – particularly the well-known Granary Square branch – key destinations, particularly at the weekend. When busy, however, service can be “hit and miss”; and the food has sometimes been a let-down of late: “it feels like random, trendy ingredients are thrown into dishes so they can charge more for them, rather than for culinary interest or flavour”.
6. The Newman Arms British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 23 Rathbone Street - W1
2017 Review: “Part of the Cornwall Project sourcing fresh ingredients from small producers (in Cornwall, obviously)” – Matt Chatfield’s “quaint” Fitzrovia boozer inspires enthusiastic feedback on its “fantastically flavoursome and earthy dishes”, “charming service and intimate style”.
7. Eggslut British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 19 Percy Street - W1T
Taking over the space that recently housed Big Fernand and Kalifornia Kitchen (both RIP) is the second branch of the LA-based eggy chain.
8. Café Deco British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 43 Store Street - WC1E
The team behind 40 Maltby Street have teamed up with chef Anna Tobias (P Franco, Rochelle Canteen) at this site, which takes over a greasy spoon of the same name.
9. RIBA Café, Royal Ass’n of Brit’ Architects British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 66 Portland Pl - W1
10. Percy & Founders British, Modern restaurant in Fitzrovia 1 Pearson Square, Fitzroy Place - W1W
2019 Review: On the ground floor of a Fitzrovia development (on the site of the old Middlesex Hospital), this spacious, tucked-away bar/brasserie with terrace offers a convenient and tranquil rendezvous in the West End. Top Tip: “love their bottomless Prosecco brunch”.
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