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8.6
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8.5

Plaza Khao Gaeng

Jake Missing
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8.4

Sushi Atelier

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Where To Eat In Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia is like Soho’s more grown-up sibling, but it isn’t any less fun. Here are our favourite restaurants and bars to grab a quick lunch or a long dinner.

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8.5

LDN Review

Plaza Khao Gaeng

Plaza Khao Gaeng is a fantastic, fun, and flavourful Thai restaurant on the mezzanine level above Arcade Food Hall. Everything on the menu packs a punch.

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8.0

LDN Review

Chameleon

Marylebone’s Chameleon is a restaurant with highs, some lows, but importantly, one of the best alfresco gardens in London.

Where To Eat In Fitzrovia guide image

LDN Guide

Where To Eat In Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia is like Soho’s more grown-up sibling, but it isn’t any less fun. Here are our favourite restaurants and bars to grab a quick lunch or a long dinner.

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8.4

LDN Review

Carousel

Wine bar, guest chef experiences, and excellent small plates, Carousel is one of our favourite places in Fitzrovia.

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8.3

LDN Review

The George

The George is a classy central London pub. It combines a boozy downstairs with a decadent dining room upstairs that serves delicious and faultless British classics at a not insignificant price.

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LDN Review

Rai

A serious and seriously expensive Japanese restaurant in Fitzrovia, Rai is all about theatrical omakase and slick service.