Walk into Michelin-starred restaurant Dabbous and explore its dining room and basement bar. Exposed brickwork, sheet metal and copper pipes combine with candlelight and natural woods to create an industrial but organic feel.
The menu offers elegant yet restrained food, characterised by clean flavours and simple presentation.
In the basement bar you will find both classic and signature cocktails. A limited selection of bar snacks is offered alongside the full restaurant menu.
Tailored music playlists and table service also feature. All in all, a more modern and informal alternative to many of London's fine dining restaurants.
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39 Whitfield StreetLondonW1T 2SF
Concrete elegance best describes this Michelin starred flagship restaurant from Ollie Dabbous, one of London's most interesting chefs. Reworking traditional British ingredients into deceptively simple fare via a masterful awareness of flavours and texture, everything here is well-balanced and tasty. The bread arrives in a brown paper bag stamped with today's date. The Sicilian olives burst...more
Everyone has wanted to try Dabbous since it opened including me, but tables were so difficult to get I forgot about it until today. Monday lunchtime... Why not try my luck? (Even if coddled egg is not on the menu anymore).
So I got a table and went for the set lunch at a very reasonable £28 for 3 courses.
The complimentary olives are one of the best I've had, Sicilian and meaty.
Came to Dabbous after a business trip to London. I was staying in the area and the name popped up. I called the evening of for a table for 1 and was happily penciled in at 8pm that night. The restaurant is located in a quiet edge of a busy area. Upon walking in, the industrial look of concrete, exposed beams, steel, and remarkable shades of green you wouldn't find in most restaurants stand out...more
Sigh, ok. When I was living in London previously (2012-2013), Dabbous was like the IT spot. You couldn't get reservations, and if you could it was for months in advance. So imagine my surprise at how easy it was to book for the weekend of my birthday with not too much advance notice. But I think I see why.
What may have once been an awesome, cutting edge, creative dining experience was,...more
You know when you hear about a restaurant and it gets super big and then you can't get a booking for like two years because you and your friends can't schedule your lives to co-ordinate well and then you finally get to go try it out and then you're super disappointed? That's Dabbous (the S is silent in case you don't know).
You know how you go to a try out the bar at a restaurant and you...more