Fitzrovia boasts a fantastic selection of restaurants, bars and cafes – old and new. So if you’re as excited as we are, discover a bit more about each restaurant and book yourself in!
Meraki is coming to soon to Great Titchfield Street in Fitzrovia, from the family that have brought us Roka and Zuma. It takes its name from a Greek term referring to the love and soul that someone puts into their work, and will be led by Greek chef Dimitrios Siamanis, who has cooked at numerous restaurants in Greece as well as Michelin-starred restaurants across London.
80-82 Great Titchfield St, London, W1W 7QT
Acuitis is the latest addition to Fitzrovia. Founded with the aim of making designer eyewear accessible, this French optical wear fashion house has chosen Tottenham Court Road to open its first UK store. All the collections are created by eyewear designer Frederic Beausoleil at his Paris studio. If you’re looking for unique, handmade, designer eyewear, pop in.
18 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 1BJ
Senor Cerviche are opening their our second Casa on Charlotte Street this May. The diverse flavours and cooking techniques are inspired by their travels across Peru and feature everything from moreish street food snacks to fresh ceviches to fiery Peruvian barbecue plates and healthy super salads. All washed down with Pisco Sours, Mamacitas or an ice cold Cusqueñas.
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18 Charlotte Street
You may know Saucy Chip from your festival days – their signature hand cut, triple cooked chips with 20 different sauces not forgetting scrummy burgers, buttermilk chicken and their Double Whammy with two beef patties. Head to Jerusalem Bar & Kitchen where they are doing a kitchen residency. Check out the menu >>
33 – 34 Rathbone Place, W1T 1JN
These gelato and sorbets are churned everyday in typical Italian fashion under the very watchful eyes of the chefs. The recipes take into account the needed for the gelato to mature, to allow each flavor to develop to its full potential. Amorino use only the freshest free range organic eggs and the highest grade whole milk. Absolutely no colouring agent or artificial flavors – this is one of Amorino’s fundamental principles.
21 Goodge St, W1T 2PJ
The coffee break – fika – is a Swedish institution, which has been brought over to Fitzrovia thanks to Fabrique Bakery. Enjoy delicious coffee from Swedish coffee roasters Johan & Nyströmand, accompanied by a sweet treat such as a cinnamon bun. Studded with sugar crystals and laced with ground cinnamon, crushed cardamom and plenty of butter, these knotted pastries are the kind of thing you’ll be thinking about long after you’ve left the café.
53 Goodge St, W1T 1TG
Both restaurant and bar combined, Lokhandwala serves a variety of Indian small plates using a unique mix of ingredients and spices from around the globe – and all with a healthy twist. The main restaurant lies on the ground floor leading to ‘The Hot House’ cocktail bar at the rear of the building while a speakeasy is located on the first floor with a cosy outside terrace.
93 Charlotte St, W1T 4PY
Currently best known as a MasterChef Professionals Judge, Monica Galetti is opening her own restaurant. She will be working in conjunction with Head Chef Renée Miller to create an incredible seasonal and ingredient-led menu. Her sommelier husband, David Galetti will also be on board, delivering an incredible wine list.
Opens at 74 Charlotte Street, W1T 4QH on March 6, 2017. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.
This Indian street food seller has opened its first permanent site in Fitzrovia, Get your hands on a hearty Indian wrap, and if you’re feeling health conscious then there are also salads that will conquer any cravings. Every dish sold in Pilau will be matched with a donation sufficient to feed an entire meal to a child in India, thanks to their partnership with charity Akshyra Patrar.
34 Goodge Street, W1T 2SF
The founder, Yuko Gil originally from Japan and who is married to Peruvian man Coco Gil, brings her love of Peru to London introducing diners to an authentic Peruvian experience. Pisqu offers authentic Peruvian food, wines and cocktails. The flavours will transport you to experience the great variety of influences that make Peruvian food: indigenous food with Japanese, Spanish and Chinese influences.
23 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HZ
Shoop Soup Shop
This new cafe located just off Charlotte Street keeps things simple but delicious. And yes, you guessed it, they serve soup! With 10 different flavours on the menu every day, tasty fresh salads, toasted sandwiches and homemade cakes, it’s like your tummy is having a warm wholesome hug.
27 Tottenham Street, W1T 4RW