Smiths of Smithfield is a Grade II listed four-floor restaurant in the heart of Smithfield Market serving "Best of British" food. The Second Floor Dining Room sits above the ground floor Cafe/Bar, First Floor Lounge & Cocktail Bar and below the Third Floor Top Floor & Terrace. Exposed brick walls, open-plan kitchen, solid wooden tables and chairs with a view looking out on to Smithfield meat market. 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. From casual dining to business meals the dining room will suit any occasion.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.43) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Smiths Of Smithfield Dining Room
67-77 Charterhouse StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1M 6HJ
This review is only for the top floor - maybe the bottom floor that is more casual and has craft beers, burgers, and more snack-like food is better, but I was disappointed with the top floor, fine-dining experience. It's not an inexpensive meal by any means, and for dinner and ~3 glasses of wine for the table, we each spent about $75-80 per person, which is not cheap. There's certainly better...more
Nom nom nom! Came here for the bottomless brunch and my was I impressed!! The food was tasty and the waitress was on top form with making sure my glass remained to be topped up. Don't think my glass ever even reached half empty (let alone empty, empty) as the prosecco just kept flowing. The staff are really friendly and helpful and offered great service - I was really impressed with this...more
I would give this place 0 stars if I could. This was the single worst dining experience I have ever had in London. Service was terrible, food took forever to come out (45 min for breakfast?) and the food was horrendous.
We purchased a timeout voucher for the bottomless drink brunch. Biggest waste of money we have ever spent and we will never visit this pathetic excuse for a restaurant again....more
I came here briefly after a networking event and it was pretty dead, though not the time most people go out perhaps. It was half nine on a Tuesday, so that may say something. They have an extensive gin menu if that's what you're into.
It's quite rustic here; maybe too much so, as after half an hour off being there the ceiling gave way to a torrent of water.
To be honest the high ceilings give...more
Smiths of Smithfield has undergone a few facelifts since it opened in 2000 next to the Smithfield meat market. Spanning across four floors and hosted in a Grade II listed building, it's always boasted impressive environs with modern-industrial-chic details. The ground floor is a bustling hub that dishes out a satisfying and straightforward menu in a casual setting. There are two additional...more