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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

It was nice, the service was good. Very reasonable price for a lovely four course meal. Decor was beautiful.

Toula Plestis 29 August 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 224 reviews)
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  • al fresco (1)
  • ((((( by from London

    Very nice ambience, intimate feel and attentive service. the Bookatable offer was very good value with nice choice of dishes. A cool venue.

  • ((((( by from London

    It was nice, the service was good. Very reasonable price for a lovely four course meal. Decor was beautiful.

  • ((*** by from London

    Service was fine and staff polite. Food was a real let down. Starters of chicken satay was good. Pork belly is not good cold or luke warm. sashimi was ok as was beef. Not overly impressed and unlikely to return. sorry

  • ((*** by from London

    Lovely setting and location, a quirky decor, very pleasing upstairs, not so downstairs, although arriving on time our we were 'sent' downstairs and not to our table and had to ask if our table was available. The starters were great and we really enjoyed them the main course was disappointing, no mention was made that all the mains were forms of salad, not a problem if you are expecting this.

  • ((((* by from London

    Really lovely food! Possibly didn't need to order a side dish with our mains (as they were really big portions) but overall it was an amazing experience! Only downfall was that we were charged for water when it was suggested that it was complimentary.

  • ((((( by from Preston

    Gorgeous food with outstanding service. Excellent value for money.

  • ((((* by from London

    Lovely meal and great service

  • ((((* by from High Wycombe

    I had a lovely time the food was amazing and the staff were very polite it was for my boyfriends birthday will defently be coming here again

  • ((((* by from London

    We really enjoyed dinner at Crazy Bear; and cocktails beforehand! The decor is very cool and the food was delicious. In particular, the three types of pork from the Crazy Bear farm.

    The staff were lovely - friendly but not too in your face.

    We were on the 10 plates of summer menu and it was great - good variety and lots of it, including lobster spring rolls and the aforementioned pork. The only thing that was not nice (and in fact we both left it) was the tonka bean ice cream. I think that it might be a good idea to have something that's a slightly safer bet for dessert, as there seemed to be lots of left ice cream plates as we left the restaurant.

    Also, the only other minor thing is that the tables were very crammed in; it did feel like a bit of a dining factory. However, the food was good enough and the atmosphere cool enough that you didn't (really) notice it.

  • ((((( by from London

    Wonderful experience from start to finish. Good super!

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