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Celebrated chef Jun Tanaka goes solo for the first time with the opening of this French and Mediterranean restaurant in Fitzrovia. The Ninth - so named because he’s worked in eight top restaurants up to this point - brings thoughtful yet unfussy cooking to Charlotte Street; one of London’s most thriving eating out neighbourhoods.
With 20 years experience working in several Michelin-starred kitchens, Tanaka’s first restaurant will offer seasonal produce with influences from France and the Med. Signature plates include the salted beef cheeks with oxtail consomme and lamb en croute with Jerasulem artichoke puree, and there’s to be plenty of exciting options for vegetarians, too. The Ninth will also put the focus on smaller and lesser-known producers to create a wine list featuring around 25 whites and 25 reds.
A haven for casual dining, the ground floor - with its dark woods, elegant olives and exposed brick - features a neatly formed bar for walk-ins, while the upper level is a more secluded spot promising intimate vibes and views overlooking Charlotte Street.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar
- Drinking and Eating , Eating , After Work Drinks
- Happily Affordable ££
- No door charge
- 18 for alcohol, no limit for restaurant
- Background Music
- Street Side Tables
- No queues normally
The Ninth, 22, Charlotte Street, W1T 2NB
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* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.