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Crazy Bear - Fitzrovia

26-28 Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 2RG +44 2035899567

((((* Thai
Average
Main course: £14
Food spend: £35
Opening hours
Tuesday & Wednesday: 12:00 - 00:00
Thursday - Saturday: 12:00 - 01:00

Food was amazing. The summer menu deal was absolutely fabulous......

Lise Sugden 24 July 2015
from London

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Winner of ‘Best Restaurant’ at the London Lifestyle Awards, Crazy Bear Fitzrovia brings sumptuous Thai cuisine and oriental spice to this vibrant hub of London. A glitzy and eclectic hangout, champagne, cocktails and wine are served up at the award-winning Crazy Bear bar.

Recommended by Via Michelin and Hardens dining guides, contemporary Thai dining at Fitzrovia restaurant Crazy Bear is a sumptuous experience and can be enjoyed amidst a seductive backdrop featuring funky design, an Art Deco chandelier and leather walls.

Trademark dishes on the exotic Crazy Bear menu include the irresistible mixed dim sum, pan fried baby squid and mouth watering crispy sea bream with hot and sour sauce.

Tucked away in Fitzrovia, Crazy Bear London is an enticing London dining hotspot, drawing in a glamorous crowd of regular diners and partygoers. Goodge Street Tube Station is just a 2-minute walk away.

Crazy Bear - Fitzrovia

26-28 Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 2RG

Contact +44 2076310088
Reservations +44 2035899567
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Customer reviews for Crazy Bear - Fitzrovia

4.1 ((((* (based on 194 reviews)
84% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (144)
  • trendy (109)
  • romantic (90)
  • luxury (74)
  • lunch (56)
  • private dining (44)
  • large parties (39)
  • business (34)
  • entertainment (26)
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  • afternoon tea (3)
  • al fresco (1)
  • child friendly (1)
  • ((((( by from Coulsdon

    Great atmosphere, extensive Cocktail Menu, great Thai & Sushi Menu

  • (((** by from London

    Very enjoyable. A good way to visit a restaurant for the first time. The food was very tasty. We weren't stuffed but didn't feel underfed either. Worth the £35 per person. Restaurant staff were very friendly, especially the South African waiter is who made us feel extremely welcome.

    Bar staff downstairs less friendly, and beware the toilets - it's like walking into Narnia!

    The only concern was the hidden costs which were only apparent when the bill came. Let's be clear. Essentially this is a 'meal deal'. Anything not included should have been highlighted before we ordered. We were charged for water. Gratuity was also added to the bill, and had we not been 3 eagle-eyed healthcare workers we would have paid up. Our request for it to be taken off was accepted, but we still had to pay for the water. It may seem petty but if a deal is offered it should be made clear to diners when they are ordering beyond the remit, so there are no surprises at the end of the evening. The experience was spoiled slightly by this.

    I wouldn't go again for the ordinary menu. It's too expensive and can find better, cheaper eats elsewhere. But the 10 tastes of summer is a nice way to go to a restaurant you may not otherwise know about.

  • ((((( by from London

    Food was amazing. The summer menu deal was absolutely fabulous......

  • ((*** by from London

    Disappointed, service was average at best, good again average. Second visit and first was great, not going to go out my way to go again.

  • ((*** by from London

    We booked a set menu at £35 per person, it was very apparent they have a section in the restaurant for 'offers' as a couple we wanted some privacy and were made to sit is packed area of the restaurant. Food was of a good quality however the mains were all pork, no other meat. so in case you didn't eat pork you only had a vegetarian option which I don't believe is value for money, service was good, nothing special and there seemed to be a lot of staff wondering around. I have been to the Beaconsfield Crazy bear and would prefer to travel there for an hour that eat hear again. We ended up ordering extras and the total bill was just over £50 per head

  • ((((( by from West End, London

    Unsure whether I had made a mistake when approaching this Restaurant....but then the doors opened and we were greeted, escorted downstair and thoroughly looked after until we left. They now have 2 very satisfied diners that will confidently bring friends the next time. We were helped through the menu and had a fabulous 10 course tasting meal. What can I say other than we will be back when we are next in the West End.

  • (**** by from London

    Food was poor quality and poor value.

  • ((((( by from London

    Great atmosphere, delicious food but a mission to find the toilets.

  • (**** by from London

    Food was very average in concept and even worse in execution. Not high end Thai at all!
    Very disappointing as service was good in a nice atmosphere. Generally poor product.

  • ((*** by from London

    Service was very friendly and helpful. I had a cocktail as well, which was delicious. We had the ten tastes of summer menu. Food was average - nothing that I couldn't have bought at my local Thai restaurant for half the price or less. The starters were quite nice but the mains were not so good- the pork dishes were dry and tasteless, the vegetables were good but the shrimp in the shrimp fried rice had seen better days. The dessert was just strawberries and a scoop of icecream. Nothing ambitious here- I expected more for the price. I would recommend that you go there for cocktails but eat at one of the other amazing restaurants nearby!

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