Dickie Fitz | New Restaurant | Fitzrovia
Previously home to Newman Street Tavern, the corner of Newman Street and Goodge Street in Fitzrovia now has a new name above the door: Dickie Fitz. This stylish modern brasserie is the place for all-day dining "inspired by the fresh flavours and ingredients of the Pacific".
Following successful stints at the likes of Bluebird and maze, Australian chef Matt Robinson has looked towards his homeland for the menu here. Expect bold Pacific flavours in dishes such as Seabass carpaccio, blood orange and bush lime, alongside an expertly-chose New World cellar.
Whether stopping by for a healthy breakfast of smashed avocado with charred tomato, kale, feta and grilled sourdough, or to share a whole Iberico suckling pig for Sunday lunch, a trip to Dickie Fitz is perfect for foodies looking for something a little different. On our evening trip a lengthy consideration of the à la carte menu was duly rewarded. Lobster and prawn gyoza served with a tangy dipping sauce whetted the appetite artfully, while the likes of lobster with wild garlic and chilli from the Robata Grill was both beautifully presented and richly flavoursome.
Flooded with natural light and great for people watching, downstairs at Dickie Fitz is a chic yet casual affair with pale yellow banquette seating and sparkling dandelion light fixtures. We also had a peek upstairs – via a striking stained glass stairway – which is ideal for a more formal dining or a private party. The ground floor is an equally inviting spot simply for a drink with its comfy leather bar stools and the elegant marble-topped bar.
Q Insider Tip
Head down on a Sunday for Dickie Fitz' take on roast dinner, which is served up family style with plenty of sides. The aforementioned suckling pigs will tempt alongside the likes of Saddleback Cumbrian pork belly.
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48 Newman Street, London W1T 1QQ