Restaurants in Fitzrovia

You've jumped off the tube at Tottenham Court Road ready for some top-notch grub - so now what? Don't dive straight into Soho, instead head north to Fitzrovia - Noho to some - for a slicker, smarter space with all the bang and none of the crowds. Steak on Charlotte Street? Right this way. Brunch a stone's throw from Oxford Street? You betcha. With prime Central London real estate and some of the smartest restaurants in town, it's time to get acquainted with Fitzrovia. 

Last updated on 23rd April 2021




Greyhound Cafe

20 user reviews 4

What started out as a menswear brand in the 80s progressed into one of Thailand's most popular restaurants, and can now be found in Fitzrovia. Greyhound Cafe is a homage to Thai dining, done with a contemporary flair; we recommend the Hot Oil Pork Knuckle, a Southeast Asian take on the traditional German dish.

Gaucho Charlotte Street

6 user reviews 5

This world-famous steak place can be found on Charlotte Street and is perfect for a special occasion in Fitzrovia. Descend to a world of chrome, marble and leather, alongside an Argentine beef menu and wine on tap (helping reduce their carbon footprint). Feeling flush? Book in for the brand new counter top experience, which comes with your very own chef.

Pied à Terre is bringing Michelin star dining to Fitzrovia, with its blend of seasonal and British ingredients. For an extra special treat, book in for the 10-course tasting menu (also available in vegetarian and vegan form), with everything from smoked quail through to Orkney scallops.

Dalloway Terrace

4 user reviews 4

Inspired by neighbouring Bloomsbury, Dalloway Terrace has got to be one of the most Instagrammed venues in London. It's worth checking out in real life as the stunning spot changes themes every season, using foliage and patterns to channel either winter or summer style. Alongside excellent cocktails, there's a tasty food menu, most recently featuring fondue.

Circolo Popolare

2 user reviews 5

With queues forming around the streets of Fitzrovia, Circolo Popolare hasn't taken long to make a splash on London's dining scene. Inspired by 1970s Italy, this restaurant is a treasure trove of trinkets, glass bottles and fairy lights. The food is as OTT as the interiors, with pasta twirled in wheels of cheese and a 1L ice cream sundae.