Fire and Stone restaurant in Spitalfields offers unique pizzas, pastas and salads inspired by the unusual flavours of the world using the freshest ingredients.
Take a table on the front terrace and soak in the atmosphere of the busy market.
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4 Horner Square, Old Spitalfields Market, London, E1 6EW
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0844 371 2550
Fire & Stone Spitalfields
4 Horner Square
Old Spitalfields MarketLondonE1 6EW
- 0844 371 2550
- Public transport:
- Tube: Liverpool Street Train: Liverpool Street
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- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Event Facilities
- Offers charity rates
- General Facilities
- Good views
I've been here twice now for lunch and both times have experienced above-and-beyond service.
The first time my friend and I ordered what we thought was the lunch menu at the 'lunch price', and although it wasn't, when we came to pay the bill (and after a little convincing) they were understanding and charged us the lunch price. Super.
The second occasion, today, we explained before we sat...more
It's more like 2.5.
We chose Fire and Stone from the handful of sit-down options after perusing the Spittalfields market around 4p on a Sunday. We very nicely asked BEFORE being seated if they would honor our Taste London card (which meant a 2-for-1 deal on pizzas), even though we did not book a table ahead. We were told that since it wasn't too busy that would be fine, but were reminded of...more
Tuesday lunch time and we had to wait 40 mins after ordering!! Absolutely no warning even though it was obvious someone had placed an order for 68 take aways at noon. The kitchen was in disarray and there was a queue of people waiting to be seated when we left.
Very rushed in the end and disappointing.more
I'm sure this wasn't here last time I came to Spitalfields. So rather than going to Leon (again) I thought I'd try this.
If you've been to one of these before you probably know what to expect. I didn't and was confronted by a bewildering list of continents and pizzas generally named after cities from each. It took me a while to decide which one to choose but eventually I settled on the...more