Tucked away in Fitzrovia, recommended by the most renowned dining guides including Via Michelin and Hardens, the restaurant at Crazy Bear offers a sense of oriental spice with daring sophistication in both the cuisine and ambience. The extensive wine list offers a fine selection just waiting to be discovered, whilst the irresistible flavours of the food are as enticing and elegant as the decor. Downstairs, the Crazy Bear appeals to a variety of aesthetic tastes with leather walls and an art deco chandelier inspiring an environment that is truly unique, whilst the bar is commended for satisfying even the most demanding bon viveur. Combined with a smoking lounge for aficionados, the Crazy Bear makes any rendezvous just that little more intimate and imaginative.
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Crazy Bear Fitzrovia
26-28 Whitfield Street FitzroviaLondonW1T 2RG
Good food, nice area, nice staff, interior design could be better, but quite interesting. The spare ribs starters were amazing and I would go back there only for them. The rest of the food (thai fusion) was interesting too.more
Ahhh remember your night of debauchery at one of the Crazy Bear hotels!? (Nope, wasn't me sir, honest sir!) Well now you can reminisce in London as this restaurant, keeping it consistent, pretty much matches the same theme and atmosphere. Extremely decadent, this really is the perfect place for a special occasion. The portions are larger than expected, we ordered three starters between two of...more
I came here for lunch a while ago actually, when groupon had an offer on for their 12 tasting menu, meaning of course it would have had to been a weekday thing, which I didn't mind.
It's quite fancy this place, nice and cosy inside, expensive, they serve thai food. We were sat downstairs, alhough it is a bit dark, you kind of get use to it. We were given a large round table and tasting menu...more
If you're on a diet, or your stomach is the size of a small child's, then this is the perfect place for you.
As might be expected in Fitzrovia, this place has a pretty snobby vibe as you walk through the restaurant - with it's impractical but "designer" furniture - and you are seated by a silent, very tall and immaculately blonde waitress, who probably wishes she was anywhere but here right...more
Had soaring hopes for the fairly popular hotel/bar chain but alas, our Wowcher proved to be completely unsatisfying.
The venue itself is full of dark reflective surfaces and is very dimly lit. They are definitely playing up the slick, wet mirror-look which I found ritzy to the point of garish. Also the toilets are needlessly confusing. The last thing you want to be doing when you have to pee...more