21 "Fitzrovia" Restaurants in London.
Clipstone in Fitzrovia serves creative small plates and is a great place for anyone looking to dip their toes into fine dining.
Kitchen Table is a swish counter-only restaurant in which you sit around an open kitchen of chefs cooking interesting, fine dining dishes.
The restaurant group that bought London Roka, Coya, and Zuma (for better or worse) have opened a Greek restaurant in Fitzrovia. And it’s fantastic.
Not only is the sushi at Sushi Atelier on Great Portland Street great, it’s also very affordable. Sit at the bar and get the 12-piece omakase.
Koba is a swish spot that’s perfect for giving friends an intro to the joys of Korean barbecue.
Mac & Wild is all about the Scottish pursuit of wild food. The menu uses venison and haggis as the basis for some fantastic cooking.
Having dinner in Berners Tavern feels like eating inside the Sistine Chapel, or at least a really, really rich guy’s house.
The Riding House Cafe is a smart brasserie that’s Perfect For Literally Everyone, and almost every occasion.
Honey & Co. is a small Middle Eastern restaurant in Fitzrovia that’s big on flavors and Feel Good Factor. Bring a (small) group of friends.
Drakes Tabanco is a Spanish tapas spot in Fitzrovia that feels like you’ve walked into an Andalusian hideaway.
Sagar is a South Indian vegetarian restaurant where the food is incredibly consistent and always tasty.
If you can see past the fashion nonsense at Greyhound Café in Fitzrovia, you’ll find some of the best Thai food in Central London right now.
Attendant is a coffee shop serving fresh and filling breakfasts, brunch and lunch from a converted public convenience in Fitzrovia.
Noize is a French restaurant in Fitzrovia with white tablecloths and a serious wine list. It’s not overly formal and the food is fantastic.
A casual restaurant in Fitzrovia, Homeslice makes great thin crust pizzas with adventurous toppings.