Riding House Fitzrovia is conveniently located in the bohemian London neighbourhood of Fitzrovia, close to Oxford Street, Soho, and BBC Broadcasting House.
Since 2011, breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner have been served to all those working locally, residents, tourists, and destination diners alike. Our handsome cocktail bar sees patrons enjoying everything from their morning coffees and smoothies to pre-dinner aperitifs and late night whiskies.
The expansive international menu at Riding House Fitzrovia offers a comprehensive range of dishes for all occasions. Breakfast and brunch options include malted deep-dish pancakes, smashed avocado on sourdough toast and eggs Benedict in many iterations. Visit at lunch or dinnertime for grilled prime steaks and whole fish, signature burgers, a host of salads and accompanying skewers. Vegetarians and vegans are well catered for, along with those with allergies and intolerances – the kitchen is nut-free for instance. There is also an extensive cocktail and wine list, making it a great spot for after-work drinks or a night out with friends.
The restaurant is designed to balance hard and soft – exposed concrete walls are countered with plush mohair seating. Vast windows allow natural light to flood in and the outside terrace boasts beer-barrel tables perfect for al fresco dining and drinks. The atmosphere is lively and social - a great spot for a casual lunch, a romantic dinner, or a weekend brunch. If you're looking for a great restaurant just off Oxford Street, look no further than Riding House Fitzrovia. With its diverse food, stylish decor, and lively atmosphere, it's no wonder that it has become one of the most famously busy spots in London.
Fitzrovia is a central London neighbourhood located in the West End, between Bloomsbury and Marylebone. It is named after the Fitzroy Tavern, a popular drinking spot for writers and intellectuals in the early 20th century.
Handy for West End theatres, it is filled with hotels, galleries, and old-school pubs. Great Titchfield Street is lined with lively bistros and cafés, and the surrounding streets are home to new media, advertising, and architectural companies. The lofty BT Tower is an iconic city landmark.