Smiths of Smithfield is a Grade II listed four-floor restaurant in the heart of Smithfield Market serving "Best of British' food.<br>The 2nd Floor Dining Room sits above our ground floor Cafe/Bar, 1st Floor Lounge & Cocktail Bar and below the 3rd Floor Top Floor & Terrace.<br>Exposed brick walls, open plan kitchen, solid wooden tables and chairs with a view looking out on to Smithfield meat market.<br>The Dining Room is a vibrant and atmospheric room serving brasserie style food, from a proper South Devon steak and chips to more adventurous dishes like lucky Squid.<br>From casual dining to business meals the dining room will suit any occasion.
£26 to £40
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Smiths Of Smithfield Dining Room
67-77 Charterhouse StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1M 6HJ
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- Farringdon, Underground
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Having lived in the Smithfield area for a while, I realise that 3 stars wasn't fair... I do go back there again and again (for amazing, tangy Eggs Benedict), so I really need to revise this. Would still stay downstairs though.more
I am reviewing the third floor of the this restaurant which is the more upscale dining experience.
Reasonably priced wines - we had an excellent Malbec.
Cutting to the chase the rib eye steaks were good and the fries excellent.
I thought there was a somewhat limited selection of beef cuts given we were at smithfield meat market.
Overall we had a pleasant meal in this bustling noisy...more
Trendy and bland. My egg was so overcooked that the bottom was solid and the yolk was completely hardened.The corned beef portion was so middle of the road you could see the paint stripes in it. Not worth the price at all. Places like this kill the industry.more
I believe that there is no greater pleasure in life than a good Bloody Mary, and Smiths makes a really really good Bloody Mary. If it wasn't for this, I'd probably be giving them three stars rather than four.
As others have mentioned, Smiths is really three separate restaurants, which are piled up on top of each other in ascending order of poshness. Having never made it past the ground...more
Oh, what's that? I'm hungover on a Sunday morning? Standard. Brunch on such occasions inevitably ends up happening at Smiths because one friend lives just around the corner (well jel? Tell me about it). It's pretty good. It's not epically amazing. Not bad either. A solid three stars. The sausages and bacon are predictably delicious, since they're carried over the road directly from a...more