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.
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Smiths Of Smithfield Dining Room
67-77 Charterhouse StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1M 6HJ
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
They've taken over what was that pub, The Luxe (no great loss).
So many floors! We didn't know where we were supposed to go to get to our table. We were looked at very suspiciously by the rather unhelpful doorman. Found it in the end though *phew*
Us 5 ladies reserved our table on a deal through book a table - £17 for two courses and a glass of bubbles each (on a Friday too - pretty good!)....more
Holy cow this place is awesome but expensive. To start, the cocktails are phenomenal. I got a gin order and he a rum-based one. Mine had the distinct taste of lime which cut into the gin nicely and my husband's raspberry tipple was incredibly sweet. He liked it and they are too easy to suck down!
As for the meals, I ordered the Jerusalem Artichoke, Ricotta & Pine Nut Pithivier, Wild Mushroom...more
Shall we have a dirty burger?
Oooh, come on then, if you insist.
Smith of Smithfields has the advantage of being right next to Smithfields (must be where they get their name from, eh?), which means that their meat is really good, and really fresh.
I've tried a lot of dishes from there:
- Their Caesar Salad - not enough for a main meal
- Chicken Burger - was "okay" but not amazing.
I am not quite sure what the appeal of this place really is. Yes, sure, the location is attractive, right next to London's historic meat market in its (the meat market's) impressive halls.
However, while we had a late brunch on the Smiths' ground floor, I couldn't help but wonder why this place attracted such huge crowds. It is not inexpensive (prices are rather middle-of-the-road), the decor...more
Went for a business dinner with my team. Great food. We all had a variety of food, ribeye, scallops, chicken.... Servers were very friendly and always made sure our drinks were full, attentive!
Would recommend. They have multiple floors. All with different menus which I found very cool!more