The latest edition to the Fishworks family welcomes diners in a perfect setting at the heart of London's West End. Ideal for business lunches, pre or post-theatre meals, evening celebrations or even breakfast, Fishworks on Swallow Street builds on the brand's unique heritage of brilliantly fresh fish, in a unique position between Piccadilly and Regent Street. This restaurant also features a Champagne and Oyster Bar, as well as a wood roasting oven for creating perfectly prepared seafood. General Manager Sylva Volna and Head Chef Sameer Bhatkar look forward to welcoming you to their exciting new seafood grill and champagne bar at Fishworks.
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Venue Details & Map
7-9- Swallow Street
- +44 (0)20 7734 5813
Top 5 reviews of Fishworks
Very nice experience. We had the skyper's grill sampler and fish and chips. The scallops, shrimp and seabass in the platter were wonderfull. The fish and chips was right on. We had their house white. Crisp, fresh. It's be just perfect with a seafood platter. more
Sweet feed had here - good value for money on a seafood platter. Cheeky Pinot Grigio to wash it down. Can't ask for much more from a central London seafood feast more
Found this place after wondering down a random side street - so glad we decided to grab dinner here. Everyone here was so attentive during our service.
The Dover sole was incredible - had it simple grilled....so full of flavor. This was one of the best fish meals I have had.
When ordering their bread - be sure to also add their homemade spread....delish more
Fishworks. Friday night. Everywhere was booked or busy. Food, service and atmosphere were excellent. It felt unrushed, not overly loud, and in our booth we were able to converse easily without shouting. I haven't eaten at Bentleys next door but Fishworks was perfect. I had seared tuna rare - what other way can you eat seared tuna? Nice small serving. Very tasty, well prepared. Our Lithuanian... more
This was our last dinner in London, and coming after Veeraswamy for lunch, this was an understandably tough gig. I was thinking light food, so fish seemed appropriate, but there was really nothing light about our experience. From the semi-cold staff, to the overwhelming fish smell, to the insanely stultifying, hot, dead air, this was not our favorite meal of the trip by any means. I found... more