Sunday: CLOSED - CLOSEDMonday: 12:00 - 23:00Tuesday: 12:00 - 23:00Wednesday: 12:00 - 23:00Thursday: 12:00 - 23:00Friday: 12:00 - 23:00Saturday: 18:00 - 23:00
Nearest StationGoodge Street
020 7636 1178
Pied à Terre is Fitzrovia’s most established Michelin star restaurant with 25 years under its belt. It is associated with luxury, fine dining and has one of the best wine cellars in London as voted by Hardens readers and The Sunday Times.The restaurant itself is set over four levels in a beautiful townhouse and includes the stunning private room seating 13 and The Hidden Bar on the first floor is open to non-diners and serves incredible wines, champagnes and nibbles.Pied à Terre is still a privately owned and it has an experienced and loyal team who are known to diners. As with many employees, the head chef Andy McFadden has risen through the ranks. He was previously at sister restaurant L’Autre Pied before talking the helm in Pied à Terre’s kitchen in 2015.Owner David Moore is a prominent industry figure and commentator. His presence on BBC’s The Restaurant as an Inspector, regular appearances on BBC’s Masterchef, The Clink and ITVs Good Morning make him a familiar face in the restaurant that has been voted the best fine dining service in London.Lunch is served from 12pm - 2.30pm Monday - Friday. Dinner is served from 6pm - 11pm Monday - Saturday.
We celebrated our anniversary. Once I entered the restaurant the staff noticed my pregnancy and suggested me the alternative options suitable for pregnant women. We can enjoy and rely on this restaurant without any concerns. Decoration was amazing.
Seriously smart and very refined French cooking. The set lunch menu is very good value for money. Friendly staff. Good wine list. Delicious fresh bread. Comfortable.
Seasonal menu showcased the ingredients that are in-season and were matched perfectly with wine. 70 pounds for 5 dishes, 40 pounds extra for wine pairings. The staff were knowledgeable, attentive, and observant.
Absolutely loved it. The whole experience was enjoyable and memorable. My favourite dishes were the octopus (because the way it was presented was interesting), the fish (impressed that it was wrapped with fine potato spaghetti which gave it the crunchiness and I really liked it) also the beef was delicious. For the dessert I really liked the lemon one (think it was tart), 2 layers of pastry gave it dimensions. (Really liked the taste of hazelnut in it, in my opinion in went well with the whole dessert). Not just food here was amazing, also their service was outstanding. We even got a chance to meet the chef who’s really nice, friendly and answered every question we had. Really enjoyed the food and also the environment there. Thank you!
My favourite restaurant in London, the food is sublime, the service is even better than that. Worth a visit at any time