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.<br/><br/>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.<br/><br/>General Manager Laura Pabon and Head Chef Carlos Mijango-Perez look forward to welcoming you to their exciting new seafood grill and champagne bar at Fishworks.
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7-9- Swallow Street
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
The food was delicious. We ordered the sea bass and the waitress took her time to filet it for us. The side items were also excellent. The only negative is the temperature inside was too stuffy.more
Fishworks is a great little seafood restaurant tucked away on a side street behind Regent St. It is very cozy and candle lit in the evening with excellent food. We had roasted scallops to start followed by the grilled sea bass with rosemary, both of which were delicious. The food is relatively pricy - I think our bill came out to £90 which included a carafe of Sancerre.
It is also quite...more
This place is in the heart of Picadilly in a small side street between Regent & Piccadilly. I had already eatten so I just had an oyster appetizer, bread and some prosecco. The oysters came 3 different ways. Bloody Mary shots, plain and baked with cheese on top. I loved the Bloody Mary shots filled with a plump yummy oyster. The plain was also nice squeezed with lemon. The one topped...more