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Pescatori - Charlotte Street

57 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 4PD

(((() Fish & Seafood
Main course: £17
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 23:00. Saturday: 17:30 - 23:00.

Excellent food & service

Tina J 21 November 2015
from London

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Pescatori Charlotte Street has a long-standing reputation for serving authentic Italian flavours and some of the capital’s finest fish and seafood dishes. The produce served is carefully sourced and beautifully prepared by inventive chefs.

The menu at Pescatori in Fitzrovia offers a selection of exciting dishes cooked with the most seasonal of ingredients. Dishes including Pescatori fish and seafood classics are served with modern flair, in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Elsewhere on the menu, find rustic meat dishes and a selection of moreish sharing platters.

An extensive wine list is on hand to complement the food, with a carefully chosen selection of Italian bottles. An exciting range of cocktails is also available at the bar, providing a classically luxurious end to a meal.

Just 2 minutes’ walk from Goodge Street Tube Station and with private dining available, Charlotte Street Pescatori serves some of the freshest seafood in London

Pescatori - Charlotte Street

57 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 4PD

Contact +44 2075803289

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Customer reviews for Pescatori - Charlotte Street

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  • ((((( by from London

    The restaurant has a good atmosphere and the 3 course meal deal with flowing Prosecco was good value. The food was good with three choices per course on the set menu. Three of the four of us had the Bruschetta with crab and advocado to start with, which was excellent. My main course was Monkfish which was perhaps slightly on the dry side but overall the course was good. We all had the Sicilian lemon tart which was lovely.
    I particularly like the fact that unlike some other Italian restaurants, the tables are not too close so you can enjoy talking to your table companions rather than hearing everything from tables surrounding you.

  • ((((* by from London

    My friend and I had a lovely evening. The staff were really great,helpful and professional. Food choices , on the 'deal' are limited, however the food is really tasty,well presented and served efficiently.
    The prosecco is certainly free flowing.
    The only downside is that the toilets are rather grim. Don't let this put you off a great value , good location restaurant.

  • ((((( by from London

    A Bookatable Star Deal with unlimited prosecco. Food excellent, prosecco unlimited, service excellent and friendly.

  • ((((* by from London

    Very good

  • ((((( by from London

    The food, service and decor was excellent. Loved their squid stater and monkfish main, it was cooked to perfection! Restaurant had a lovely ambience and amazing staff to match.

  • ((((* by from Hertford

    Really lovely evening. Staff were friendly and the free flowing Prosecco was definitely free flowing!! They were not shy in topping you up! Food was nice also. Would like to see perhaps a few more food options, but I Would defo recommend.

  • ((((( by from Amersham

    We thoroughly enjoyed our lunch at Pescatori. From the moment we walked in the staff were friendly, helpful and courteous. Our food was delicious, it was beautifully served, the pace of delivery of each course was just right, giving us plenty of time between courses to enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant and the free-flowing Prosecco, our glasses were never empty. The chef was also kind enough to share his sweet gnocchi recipe with me, a delicious dessert.
    We feel that were received really good value for money. We can recommend this restaurant to all, you won't be disappointed.

  • ((((* by from Isleworth

    Although a very limited menu, the food was of very good quality and well cooked. Service was impeccable and the Processco was certainly "free flowing" for the two hours we were there.

  • ((((( by from London

    Amazing service and gorgeous environment- highly recommend.

  • ((((* by from London

    Let me start by saying that these days I firstly tend to judge a restaurant on how adaptive they can be for my girlfriend who is lactose intolerant… what can I say… brilliant!
    Firstly I would like to thank Federica our waitress who really looked after us and made sure we knew what my girlfriend could have, and made a few minor adaptations to a dish so she could enjoy it. And enjoy it we did!
    We were on their set menu: Free Flowing Prosecco and 3 courses for £35. And I can hardly fault it! Let’s cover "free-flowing" first… I was expecting to need to request a glass every so often but no they just keep coming round and topping us up from the bottle and terrific Prosecco it is too. Crisp, fresh, with hints of vanilla and citrus. A perfect drink for the evening!
    Terrific Bread and olives with a superb tapenade (though, and here is my one slight moan, they offer it to you with no indication it is chargeable and what it costs… a tad steep at nearly £4 a go… but because everything was so good I’ll let that slide!), was followed by Crab and Avocado Bruschetta (creamy fishy crabby goodness with each flavour perfectly combined) and Grilled Squid with Calabrian Sausage and gremolata (tender beautiful squid with rich sausage and a wonderful fragrant herby oil dressing!). We both had the Monkfish for our main course and were equally delighted with the delicate flavours and perfectly cooked fish (mussels and clams and tomato based fish sauce… delicious!). We finished our meal with some lovely fruity sorbets (as my girlfriend couldn’t eat any of the desserts, she was quite happy with this and enjoyed them immensely) and a beautiful creamy citrusy Tortino al Limone (I loved the buttery biscuit base as they say!).
    Suffice to say we came away from this meal delightfully and satisfactorily full (and a tad wobbly too from all the Prosecco).

    I highly recommend this plaice for anyone fishing for a good meal with bubbly service and fine food (sorry couldn’t resist the puns!)

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