At the heart of Mayfair’s historic Shepherd Market, Kitty Fisher’s serves proper drinks and Tomos Parry’s award-winning food. A small, uniquely atmospheric bar and dining room, its intimacy has seen it become a favourite for a number of high-profile diners.
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10 Shepherd Market
- +44 (0)20 3302 1661
Excellent fare in a great location. There is plenty of hype surrounding this place, it won restaurant of the year 2015 and that, combined with its relatively small interior means it is always busy! The interior is pleasant and not cramped.
All the food was superb, the service excellent. Portion size is very good, we came out full but not stuffed. Wine list is quite expensive to get a decent...more
My wife and I stopped in here for dinner on the night of our trip to London. The meal was, from top to bottom, incredible. One of the best meals we have had in a long time. We started with the whipped cod topped toast. The long, skinny bread was grilled or carmalized in some way and was really delicious. The whipped cod was extremely flavorful and complimented that delicious bread perfectly. I...more
Everything is cooked on a wood grill and the flavor is fantastic. It's a cozy spot, we nested around the bar and were comfortable in our small space. The prices are a high but the food is outstanding. I also had a martini and the gin was also outstanding, unfortunately I've forgotten which gin he used to make it. Good for small groups and worth the splurge.more
A hidden gem!!!! Right next to Ye Grapes. No fish n chips or shepherds pie on the menu. Just deeeeeedlicious and different! Our best meal in London. BY FAR. Make reservations if you can because the place is so small. Totally worth it!!!more
Having dined at Chiltern Firehouse, I was equally eager to try out Kitty Fisher's when I heard it was the new hottest restaurant in town. They don't take reservations online, so you have to call them, but they also only have the booking lines open during two 1-hour windows every day. The first 2 times I called, I was unsuccessful, but when I finally got through, I simply asked them when their...more