Pied à Terre

34 Charlotte St, London W1T 2NH View on map

Opening hours

Sunday: CLOSED - CLOSED
Monday: 12:00 - 23:00
Tuesday: 12:00 - 23:00
Wednesday: 12:00 - 23:00
Thursday: 12:00 - 23:00
Friday: 12:00 - 23:00
Saturday: 18:00 - 23:00

Nearest Station

Goodge Street

020 7636 1178

About us

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.

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Website

http://www.pied-a-terre.co.uk


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Reviews

Pied à Terre
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4.6 out of 5 stars

Ciaran Brooks
Ciaran Brooks

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Visited for the vegan tasting menu. It was seven courses I believe and overall was an enjoyable experience. We liked nearly all of the dishes and there were some unique flavours and interesting textures. The service was friendly and the wine that my sister tried was reasonable value. The celeriac and coconut curry dishes were our favourites.

Kris Grimes
Kris Grimes

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Arrived here for the vegan tasting menu full of excitement after reading many excellent reviews. Our experience certainly wasn't awful, just not particularly memorable with the majority of the dishes being "fine" and the first dish being incredibly salty (perhaps to get the palate going?). The sommeliers certainly know what they are doing with the pairings I cannot deny, however being asked to guess the grape after every course grew old fast.
The service is lovely and the staff very attentive and friendly but I just left feeling a bit cheated after spending almost £400 including tip for two people.

Jojo Moore
Jojo Moore

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Absolutely brilliant! We did the vegan tasting menu, which I can highly recommend! Different, imaginative and creative. Although I'm not vegan, this delightful indulgence both on the taste buds and on the eye, easily helped me appreciate exploring a vegan diet!! Thank you Pied à Terre, can't wait to see you again!

Andy
Andy

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I've never written a review before. But I have to now. I went to Pied a Terre last night, and I'm absolutely raving about it to anyone who will listen.

Despite not being a Vegan, - actually an unabashed carnivore, we had the vegan tasting menu. I was initially mentally prepared to have to grab a burger on the way home, to fill up after what I imagined to be small plates and to get my meat fix. Nothing could have been further from the truth. From the bread and snacks that were served before the remaining 9 courses, to the little desserts and fantastic coffee at the end, I was blown away by the flavours, attention to detail and the service of every course. Not a single animal product throughout the meal, yet I left extremely satisfied and blown away by the flavours and combinations the kitchen had obviously painstakingly brought together. - Every course had me rolling my eyes in gratification over and over again

Not knowing the total cost as it was jealously guarded by my beautiful companion, I can't comment on the value for money, but I can say that I'd happily miss a mortgage payment to have that experience again.

So, I entered the restaurant in a slightly dismissive frame of mind. Never having been to a Michelin starred restaurant before, internally dismissive of "rabbit food" or "hippie food" I could have been extremely critical. I'm happy to say now, that I've been challenged in my pre conceptions. With the exception of some hot milk for my coffee (bad vegan), I ate an exquisite vegan meal, in a fantastic restaurant, with exceptional service. Very much a beer and steak man, I now know that I will seek to have that experience again and again and will be much more open minded of different ways of eating.

I am extremely grateful to David and the team for a fantastic experience and wish them all the best for the future. And of course, a special thank you to my beautiful host. ;)

Alberto Crespo
Alberto Crespo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Poor and overpriced. Honestly, if you want a proper fine dining experience don’t go to this restaurant. Extremely disappointing...

34 Charlotte St, London W1T 2NH View on map

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