Enjoy modern dishes and an extensive selection of wine at Bird of Smithfield. Located steps away from London’s only functioning meat market, the restaurant serves an all-day menu offering British cuisine with a contemporary twist. Bird of Smithfield is set over five floors in a stunningly-restored Georgian townhouse, and its interior boasts Harris Tweed and herringbone fabrics against a muted backdrop.
|Average main course||£10.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Bird Of Smithfield
26 Smithfield StreetLondonEC1A 9LB
- +44 20 7559 5100
Top 5 reviews of Bird Of Smithfield
The ambience was to my liking. The waitress was very attentive almost overwhelming. This was our second attempt to eat here... the first time we arrived the kitchen was close. The food was delicious. Shepherd's pie amazing and the fillet was impeccable. Thanks for an amazing experience. Guy was right! more
So Guy Fieri says go here and have the Shepherds Pie, and that's exactly what I did. When you walk in this place you're a little confused because it's a bar. The restaurant is nestled away upstairs in this small elegant area. Yes, you should dress up a little more than casual so you don't feel under dressed. Okay now to the food.
I had the broccoli soup to start. It was green, VERY... more
Visited last night with a friend, first time ever. The ground floor is a bar, the restaurant is upstairs. Decor was lovely, had a very quaint classic feel to it. It was mostly empty when we arrived, but quickly filled up with several rowdy groups and gave it real atmosphere.
I had fish and chips as my main, which was recommended to me by the waiter. The fish was perfectly cooked, and the... more
My husband and I went to this place on our honeymoon -- we specifically sought it out because it was featured on the Food Network and we just HAD to try their Shepherd's Pie.
The atmosphere is a step up from casual, so while I don't think they'd turn you away, maybe take some care with what you wear. The restaurant is actually upstairs, so when you go in, you have to walk past the bar and... more
I only went in the evening for a few cocktails and a late night bar food bite, so I can't comment the actual proper restaurant experience.
That being said, this is a good place to go for a few drinks in the City if you are looking for a nice lively ambiance, but still want to be able to hear each other talk and want to avoid the big crowds.
The cocktails are pricy, but on point. My Old... more