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Fischer's is a local place evocative of Vienna in the early years of the twentieth century It is open early until late into the evening where you may to meet for breakfast; linger over cake and coffee or relax with friends over lunch or dinner.
London, W1U 5HN
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Saturday 8am - Last orders 11pm
Sunday 8am - Last orders 10.00pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7466 5501
Baker Street Underground Station
Cafe, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Fischers Ratings and Reviews
Took some friends to Fischers and they said it's the best meal out they've had for a year. We loved the starter we shared and then their cod dish had a melt-in-the-mouth large piece of cod. And our friends loved the winter warming dish of slowly roasted ox cheek. We were served by an amazing waiter who was ex-BA 1st class, and he chatted to us, made us feel 'at home' and relieved our concerns that our friends were running a bit late by advising the kitchen to get our meals out quick smart. Love the ambience of this place too, a real gem and so cosy during the cold months. Highly recommended.
We have been meaning to dine here for awhile and following our visit on Saturday - we will definitely return!! The food here is authentic and amazingly good. The waiter, Alexandra was attentive and very professional, but humourous as well. I highly recommend Fischers as an all round fabulous restaurant. As a local I will make sure visits here are regular!!
This is my favourite restaurant as they cook food the way my mother did. Veal Schnitzel to die for, roasted cauliflower with horseradish and creamy mashed potatoes.
My daughter and I go there often and always eat the same dish but sometimes add Chopped Liver that is also fabulous.
This is one of my favourite restaurants in London, and I visit often. It caters for everything and eveyone - you can go and have a fancy meal and spend a lot, or go and have a lighter snack for much less. The setting is fantastic, it's in a lovely part of town and it always feels like a massive treat.
Love this restaurant. I would give Fischers two awards, one for best pudding of the year (Kaiserschmarrn - an Austrian pancake and fruit compote affair which sounds a bit uninspiring but is DELICIOUS) and the other for having such a great atmosphere. I think it works particularly well as a cosy winter restaurant and there's usually at least one celebrity hiding at the back...
Austrian/German favourites brought up to date in a setting that is reminiscent of the high point of Viennese cafe culture. Good for children and obviously well liked by all age ranges. The Sunday lunch specials are well-worth trying and don’t miss the chance to try German red wine. Enjoy the bustle!
Large party for a birthday. After booking on line, they phoned to see if we'd like to start a bit later to have a larger table, which worked well. The Viennese feel felt right, our waiter was charming and efficient, everyone was pleased with their food, and the interesting wine list full of Tirolean temptation (at a price, but this is Marylebone).
I love Fischer's. It is as close to an authentic Viennese/Austrian dining experience as you can get in London. The Wiener Schnitzel is excellent, and I had the most divine endive, orange, hazelnut and goats curd salad. The wine list is exceptional, and the staff were lovely - attentive but not over the top. I cannot recommend this restaurant more highly!
It was a late minute booking for brunch, but a great decision. The food is nice, the decor is cool and the service is good. It is a bit expensive, but you expect that in this area. It is one of the better brunch places I have been to recently. Staff were really nice, service was a little slow and I was in a rush, but it wasn’t an issue.
I have reviewed Fischers in Marylebone High Street before, but as long as I've been eating there it has been consistently delightful. The mock Edwardian Austrian decor is luxurious and charming. The staff are friendly & efficient. The food (Schnitzel or Wurst plus authentic tasting cucumber / potato salad plus many other less Teutonic dishes) is always scrumptious.
We love having lunch or dinner here but have so far restisted going there for their tea & cakes.
It's not a dressy place but definitely an upmarket crowd, the next person who took over from us on Table 4 (window one) was Annie Lennox.
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