A café by day and smart brasserie by night, The Wet Fish Café & Brasserie is the perfect setting for cosy, romantic meals or buzzy weekend brunches. Set in one of London's historic 'wet fish' shops in West Hampstead, the original Art Deco wall tiles and eclectic interior create a warm, neighbourly atmosphere. The Wet Fish serves simple food cooked well - a short, seasonal menu of modern fish dishes as well as meat and veggie options. Cocktails and coffee are also signatures. The Early Bird menus are terrific value. Return your table by 8pm for an irresistible deal on the prix fixe menu. And Early Bird offers are available all evening every Monday.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
The Wet Fish Café
242 West End LaneLondonNW6 1LG
- Public transport:
- West Hampstead Thameslink, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Wet Fish Café
I did like the place, the atmosphere and the food.Good service (very nice) I ordered the "hungover cure" (scramble eggs w/ chorizo, potatoes, black beans, salad + bloody Mary + coffe. Everithing was OK except the bloody Mary (if you like it, try it though, I'm not a big fan of it but I wanted to try it). Next time I will try something sweet like French toast.
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Went along for one of their music nights; Natalie Duncan was performing (who was fantastic by the way). Overall it was a very good experience in a cute, romantic and intimate space with good food elevated by amazing service.
They use the limited space very well and never felt cramped in there. There's also plenty to look at on the walls with (what I think) was art available to purchase. Due... more
This is the kind of brunch place that I really miss. It reminds me of being in Chicago - a menu with drink options from green smoothies to Bloody Marys, and creative cuisine of both the healthy and "comfort food" persuasion. We didn't struggle to get seated at noon on a Sunday, though nearly every table was full. It is a bit noisy in there, just filled up with trendy twenty-and-thirty... more
The Wet Fish is almost always excellent, but it depends what time of day you arrive. Saturdays are packed with hungry Whampstead brunchers and you'll be lucky to grab a table (when you do, expect perfectly good if slightly-too-pricey eggs in various forms). It's much more enjoyable in the odd between bit when they've stopped lunch and haven't quite started dinner service. The service is... more
High quality produce cooked very well! Always a pleasure to visit this romantic restaurant... more