Berners Tavern, the latest restaurant by chef and restaurateur, Jason Atherton is a gathering place for all day dining and entertaining, breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea and late supper. Located at The London EDITION Hotel, on Berners Street in central London’s Fitzrovia, the restaurant is accessible via a separate street entrance. Phil Carmichael, who has cooked with Jason for over ten years, is heading up the kitchen, creating a contemporary British menu, inspired by the traditions of Great Britain and featuring the very best produce that the British Isles has to offer. Sample dishes include Orkney scallop Carpaccio served with avocado, radish, jalapeño and lime; chargrilled quail served with Alsace bacon, smoked tomato jam, shallot and parsley; and grass fed Baccleuch estate cuts of beef cooked on a charcoal grill. Berners Tavern celebrates traditional and iconic British dishes including the heralded Sunday roast with fine cuts of Devon Red Red Ruby beef served with all the trimmings.
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10 Berners StreetLondonW1T 3NP
From the minute you walk in you feel the buzz of this stylish and grown-up trendy place.
The size of a formal hall yet designed to have that intimate gentleman's club taste to it, this type of place fits right into up and coming trendsetting Fitzrovia. A DJ is spinning music in the hotel lobby just outside, the low lit cool coloured lighting adds just an accent here and there to give a very...more
Service was impeccable! Such a posh restaurant. Hawt Chocolate wasn't a menu option & they went above and beyond made it for me anyway. Breakfast was served with a smiles... The Buttermilk Pancakes tasted like heaven; the bread was soft and not drenched in fatty oils.
The decor is amazing. There are painted portraits in golden frames surrounding the room. This is a plus for me because I...more
Upon walking in you'll feel as if you've stepped into a museum- high ceilings, exquisite architecture, and more paintings than you can count! It's dimly lit and oozes elegance and class- far from what you would expect a tavern would be.
Our group came in with no reservations on a Sunday evening for drinks and we were able to sit in the lounge area near the bar. We had a cozy corner with a...more
Tavern. As an American, the word evokes a dimly lit, cozy, low-ceilinged medieval hole-in-the-wall. For us, it's broadly synonymous with "pub" and is encountered only in sword and sorcery novels.
But the decor in this place is more fitting for royalty. Open spaces, cathedral-like ceilings, it was still warm and inviting. Despite having a reservation, they do a fair number of walk-ins. I...more
I can't fault the location, food or service, so for that reason...5 big stars!
I organised a Valentine's breakfast here and before going on I sort of knew it would fully place me in the good books. After reading countless good reviews, I can now see what the hype is about.
When you walk in the space is beautiful, a huge room with tall ceilings and every spare space on the walls is taken up...more