Fishworks - Swallow Street
This chic stylish restaurant is only minutes away from the bustle of Piccadilly hidden away in an exclusive street. The whole restaurant opens its glass window façade doors creating a fantastic atmosphere great for corporate dining and enjoying a pre-theatre meal before hitting the West End.
Blackboards display our daily landings or diners can choose from our classic menu with delights such as piled-high fruits de mer, scrumptious South Coast scallops or simply the best gourmet cod and chips you will ever taste!
Fish and Chips
Cornish battered fish served with double cooked chips, minted mushy peas and tartar sauce
Steamed and served on ice or grilled and served with garlic butter, along with your choice of side
Brixham Fish Soup
Tasting Platter with a carafe of wine £38.50pp
Showcasing the best of the sea - enjoy our 3 tiered tasting platter to share which includes 12 different types of fish to give you the all-round seafood experience. Served with a 500ml Carafe of our exclusive Fishworks Fernão Pires Wine shared between 2 persons.
What a brilliant dinner night myself and my partner experienced at FishWorks in Swallow Street. We'll be heading there soon. Thank you for a memorable experience. The food was delightful and both desserts were exceptional.
Mediocre. Good eat
We are seafood lovers who have frequented Fishworks. Never disappointed
Very good seafood and kind staff.
We got fish and chips, grilled salmon and oysters with champagne offer.
Excellent food especially the sea bream and dover sole. Service unobtrusive.
Eaten here several times. Always excellent choice of fresh fish beautifully prepared.
Excellent dinner, the family really enjoyed the meal and the evening.
Very nice atmosphere, service excellent and food really good
Pleasant lunchtime spot very close to the Royal Academy
Took a while for someone to take our orders. Main courses felt very overpriced for the quality of the food.
The food was lovely but we were still a bit hungry when we left (no starter, only a main course with a side each) and no dessert on the menu so we went somewhere else for one
So nice to have the place open again and lovely to have a free welcoming glass of Prosecco. Service and food as good as ever.
Great place so sad for the staff regarding the virus
This restaurant has a calm and relaxed atmosphere. The service was friendly and relaxed and the food excellent. My only issue is the very high prices - £36 for a small Dover sole with no accompaniments. It was delicious and beautifully cooked but the price was a bit over the top
Service was poor, food was abhorrent and we will not return.
Really excellent fish soup, followed by blackened mackerel from the menu of the day, both delicious and good value; the waiter was helpful and knowledgeable.
Excellent fish choices always fresh, cooked to perfection. Friendly attentive staff!
If I am back in London soon will go back great seafood and service
Wine was great to
We had a very good lunch, the fish was delicious and really fresh.
Waiter and waitress attentive and friendly. Not too busy on a Friday at 1.00
Scottish salmon and yellowfin. Keeps me going back
Very good pre theatre menu and great service and the quality and presentation was very good.
Fishworks consistently offers the freshest fish I know of in London
Excellent value for the set menu and very good quality fresh fish and presentation. I am never disappointed when I go there.
Disappointed to receive prawns instead of calamari which we were told by the waitress that that was not on the menu, though it’s something we had ordered before. Perhaps the menus differ brach to branch. Other than that, great fresh food, lovely wine and overall great experience.
Excellent food, lovely location.
The pre-theatre set menu (available up to 6pm) was good value for money and the wine was reasonably priced. A good location, close to West End theatres.
The menu has provided good choice varieties. I asked for pan fried fish and was told this was not provided for. The grilled salmon is very good. No complaint.
We had the pre-theatre menu which worked perfectly
Service was just right and food was good if not fantastic
Very fresh oysters. Delicious grilled lobster. Very attentive service. And all reasonably priced, especially for Mayfair
Very nice. Been there many times. Food delicious but getting expensive. Nice friendly staff
Usually a big fan but the service was so mixed. Basic errors in the kitchen like cold fish lightly seared
Always reliable. Friendly ,helpful staff and the food is of the highest quality. We have never been disappointed.
Everything was just great.
I chose mussels to start and they were small, so tender and sweet.
My main course of Dover Sole and it cooked to perfection
Thoroughly enjoyable meal with lovely staff - would definitely return!
We used to go to this place for many years, but laser experience was very dissapointing., especially main dishes, all of them!
It was my first time here.. brought my sister and brother-in-law over for a holiday.
Whole sea bass, apparently sensational, filleted sea bass apparently sensational, the hake special good but very firm and I had battered cod and chips with the best mushy peas I've tasted in a restaurant.. the starters were all good.. a good value restaurant plus 2 bottles of wine and several glasses of sparkling wine, oh and a coffee or two all at around ££75 a head.. pretty good for West end prices..
The food here is consistently good and I love the bouillabaisse. I ordered “blinis with smoked salmon and caviar” as a starter from the Specials menu and was surprised to be presented with a single measly blini with not much caviar, looking very lonely in the middle of the plate! My exclamation of “only one” was greeted with the retort that caviar is expensive. Once I showed that the menu described “blinis” in the plural it was claimed that there was a mistake with the menu, but they did eventually agree to bring me one more. Could do better.
The lobster was amazing, the ambiance great and wine was the right choice. I will come again.
Service was good, wine lovely. Fish stew a real disappointment, little flavour and little fish! Scallops unimaginative and turbot dull. Sorry!
Stale squid rings, clearly double fried to make them warm again/look ‘fresh’ - never again. There are plenty of far better seafood places, don’t waste your money there. Poor service, special request completely ignored.
We experienced an enjoyable meal in the Fishworks. Very good value for London, two persons for just shy of 170.00 for a fish tasting 3 tier stacked platter and a buttered lobster with drinks.
Our only gripes was the guy serving our table lacked enthusiasm, lobster was on the overcooked side and the oysters were not shucked correctly. Truly great seafood does not seem to exist in the UK, venture to Brittany for an authentic Fruit de Mer experience.
Fishworks - Swallow Street is rated 4.3 stars by 2528 OpenTable diners.
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