Mediterranean Restaurants in Fitzrovia
1. ROVI Mediterranean restaurant in Fitzrovia 59-65 Wells Street - W1A
“An impressive step-up for Ottolenghi, and with all the elements that make his food unique”: Yotam Ottolenghi’s “just brilliant”, veg-centric yearling in Fitzrovia provides “some of the most innovative food in town” – “very clever” and “exciting” sharing-plates with “intense flavours” and “exceptional presentation” – and “even though there’s meat on the menu, it could turn the most ardent carnivore vegetarian!”. With service that’s “exemplary” and “committed” and “a really delightful atmosphere (buzzing but not noisy) it’s all-in-all a memorable experience”.
2. The Ninth London Mediterranean restaurant in Fitzrovia 22 Charlotte Street - W1
“Mouth-watering food” – “French-style with a difference” – wows almost all visitors to Jun Tanaka’s “informal fine-dining” joint in Fitzrovia. “The food is taken seriously but the atmosphere is grounded and relaxed” – “when I want a solid and thoughtful meal, I go here”. Better still, it’s “a bit of a bargain for the quality”, and there’s “huge value in the wine list for a Michelin restaurant”.
3. Mortimer House Kitchen Mediterranean restaurant in Fitzrovia 37-41 Mortimer Street - W1T
“Fun” and fashionable yearling – a glamorous, grown-up, all-day restaurant complete with bar, on the ground floor of ‘private workspace and wellbeing destination’, Mortimer House in Fitzrovia. Its open kitchen is headed by Antonio ‘Lello’ Favuzzi (formerly of leading City Italian, L’Anima) who joined as head chef in February 2019. A versatile choice for many occasions, it is particularly tipped for business. Foodwise, one or two reporters consider the Mediterranean-via-the-Middle-East cuisine a little “average”, but overall it’s consistently decently rated.
4. Riding House Café Mediterranean restaurant in Fitzrovia 43-51 Great Titchfield St - W1
For “a social start to the day” or to kill off “a boozy afternoon”, many recommend this all-day bar/brasserie just north of Oxford Street in Fitzrovia, whose vibey looks and “great brunch menu” have earned it a big fanclub. At other times, some reckon “the food is underwhelming” – a view possibly shared by the management, who shut up shop for ten days in August 2019 to give the interior and general offer a ‘facelift’. It now boasts a new long bar and five-course tasting menu.
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