A recently opened branch of this specialist fish and seafood chain, the latest Fishworks restaurant welcomes diners in a perfect setting at the heart of London's West End. Ideal for business lunches, pre or post-theatre meals, evening celebrations or even breakfast, Fishworks on Swallow Street builds on the brand's unique heritage of brilliantly fresh fish, in a unique position between Piccadilly and Regent Street. This restaurant also features a Champagne and Oyster Bar, as well as a wood roasting oven for creating perfectly prepared seafood. General Manager Salvatore Ortu and Head Chef Sameer Bhatkar look forward to welcoming you to their exciting new seafood grill and champagne bar at Fishworks.
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Food and DrinkValid from 1 October 2016 to 31 October 2016
Available 1st – 31st October 2016, subject to availability. Dishes subject to change. Excludes service, includes VAT.
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7-9- Swallow Street
Had an excellent dinner here tonight. Talked our way in on a Friday night without reservations. Prices were amazingly good for a restaurant in London near Piccadilly Circus, and the fish was very fresh. Good mussels as an appetizer, wife had tuna, I had the lobster fettuccini, and my sister had sea bass. All were great, but I'd go with the tuna or sea bass next time. And we had a couple of...more
Having just arrived in London we were anxious to have fish and chips. Our hotel recommended this restaurant just down the street. When we arrived we were seated immediately. Our party of four all ordered the fish and chips. When our dinner arrived, we were pleasantly surprised. The piece of fish was huge. Everything was delicious. Our waiter was attentive and friendly. A great way to...more
Fishworks. Friday night. Everywhere was booked or busy. Food, service and atmosphere were excellent. It felt unrushed, not overly loud, and in our booth we were able to converse easily without shouting. I haven't eaten at Bentleys next door but Fishworks was perfect. I had seared tuna rare - what other way can you eat seared tuna? Nice small serving. Very tasty, well prepared. Our Lithuanian...more