Go on a journey via a menu inspired by recipes found along the spice trail; from a Keralan duck dish and Vietnamese summer rolls, to an aubergine plate conveying flavours from the Middle East.
You’ll be able to see chef Mitz Vora – who trained at Soho’s Middle Eastern favourite The Palomar - at work in the open kitchen from the tables at the bar; while there’s also an alfresco coffee bar where you can relax among strong aromas.
Vora also conjures up Sunday tasting sessions, making use of the open kitchen to guide guests through the various dishes, explaining their infulences.
Venue Details & Map
23 Foley StreetFitzroviaLondonW1W 6DU
- +44 (0)20 3137 1302
Top 5 reviews of Foley's
Food was fantastic. Service great. But we saw a mouse several times running behind our table. Not greatRead More
This restaurant customer service is worst-ever!!!!
I tried to book the table before i arrived uk.
Sent e-mail reply back for available time and i replied back for another time and wrote if earlier time is not available i will take available time which she suggested.. never reply back after i sent mail..
after 5days, i I arrived in uk and no email so called morning time more than 3times and...Read More
We went to Foley's for their new Sunday evening Off Menu tasting session. The event is very exclusive with only 10 seats at the kitchen bar up for grabs, so reserve early! The menu was themed 'Mumbai', and as a born Mumbai-ite I can say with confidence that it hit the flavours spot on. We started with a tangy mint and coriander cold broth with floating fried crisps and sprouts. It was a...Read More
Small plate restaurants are commonplace nowadays but Foley's really manages to combine many different elements beautifully in each of its dishes.
Ceviche Endive Taco
A bit tricky to eat but the flavours and presentation are stunning. The taco itself is a endive stuffed with tuna and octopus with peanuts to give it a crunch. It leaves a nice tangy after taste
Best dish! The lime...Read More
Foleys, the sister of one of my all time favourite restaurant, The Palomar. The restaurant specialises in small dishes incorporating world flavours with heavy influences from flavours across the Silk Road.
Decor was like someone had shoved a diner into an old farmhouse with its leather seats against the rustic brick wall that still highlighted its sawed off beams. It's was cool, relaxing with...Read More