Fitzrovia boasts a fantastic selection of retail, 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!
“The food scene in Fitzrovia just keeps on getting better, to the point where whittling down which restaurants in Fitzrovia to try during your next visit gets rather tough.” – Square Meal
British Handcrafted Furniture comes to Tottenham Court Road. Daring and authentic handcrafted furniture, leather sofas, lighting, home decor & vintage pieces for unique, story-filled spaces.
www.timothyoulton.com, Tottenham Court Road
Hip setting for various flavours of bagels & other baked goods, bagel sandwiches, salads & coffee. Their third outpost in London opens on Tottenham Court Road.
www.bbagel.co.uk, Tottenham Court Road
Pared-down Japanese joint serving sushi, sashimi & kobe beef grilled on tableside stones. Opening at the end of February on Windmill Street, with deliveries and collections until the current dining restrictions have been lifted.
hotstonelondon.com/fitzrovia, 3 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2HY
LOVELY BRIDE LONDON
Lovely Bride London, founded in the US, is a unique bridal boutique, with contemporary designs from the best and creative young bridal designers.
Lovely Bride, Cleveland Street
Egglsut is now open on Percy Street. It’s a chef driven, gourmet food concept founded in 2011, inspired by a true love of eggs. Eggslut is a global success with branches in the US, UK, Asia and UAE.
Eggslut, Percy Street
Java Whiskers is a new cat cafe coming to Fitzrovia. Originally launched in Sweden, at Java Whiskers you can enjoy coffee and treats whilst getting to know these adorable rescue cats. All their cats are hoping to find their new forever home, and that could be with you!
Java Whiskers, 105 Great Portland Street
Six By Nico
Six by Nico will host a six dish tasting menu in Fitzrovia, following the success of the groups restaurants in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Liverpool and Manchester. Scottish chef Nico Simeone learned his trade at Michelin-starred Number One at Balmoral before opening the much-vaunted 111 in Glasgow. Each restaurant serves a six-course tasting menu that changes every six weeks, for around £33 and £35.
Six by Nico, 33-41 Charlotte Street
The sushi restaurant will open in the former Yo! Sushi site on Tottenham Court Road. It will aim to bring a new level of sushi quality and freshness to London. The group already runs around 20 sites across Europe. It’s due to open in February 2020.
Sushi Fabrique, 106 Tottenham Court Road
Laboratorio Pizza brings a slice of Neapolitan flair to Fitzrovia. Taste the fresh, vibrant flavours of Napoli in central London as Laboratorio Pizza opens its second
eatery on London’s bustling Great Portland Street.
110 Great Portland Street, W1W 6PQ
To celebrate the Salt Yard group turning 15, you’re invited to be the first to see the new look Salt Yard with an exclusive 50% off food at any lunch sitting on Sundays or Monday all day throughout February! Salt Yard group has grown to 4 restaurants, the first being in Fitzoriva back in 2005. They have lots in store for 2020, so pop down and have a look at the new decor.
Make a reservation
Salt Yard, 54 Goodge Street
Gaucho Charlotte Street is home to the new brand direction of the future Gaucho story. Lose yourself in a world of Argentina; watch and dine at the immersive film club or catch up with friends at one of the beautiful bars. Gaucho Loyalty is up and running which gives its members 25% off food. Contact [email protected] to sign up.
Gaucho, 60A Charlotte Street
Ampeli is an exciting new Greek Wine & Eastern Mediterranean restaurant on Charlotte Street.
Ampeli, 18 Charlotte Street