We ♥ Fitzrovia
We love Fitzrovia, the little village slap bang in the centre of London that few people seem to know. Packed with small independent creative business and some of the best bars and restaurants our city has to offer. Here’s some of our favourites.
Amidst the frantic development and redevelopment of London stands this historic pearl. Sited literally in the middle of the mega new Fitzroy Place development, it sits in stark contrast to it’s surroundings. A testament that quality design adds value that can withstand and protect against the tests of time. Open every Wednesday to the public. Go visit.
Santa Maria Pizzeria
This place only recently opened but has already become our favourite Fitzrovia pizzeria. It offers a great range of authentic Neapolitan pizzas, along with a decent selection of vegan choices too. Others must agree as it’s often busy, so book ahead if possible.
Where we go when The Green Man and The Crown and Sceptre are full and borderline to becoming our new local. An honest, down-to-earth London boozer that sits on the right side of busy.
We stumbled upon Ragam when peckish working on an Indian food brand and oh my goodness are we pleased we did! From this tiny, unassuming restaurant comes the most fantastic Indian food. We go vegetarian and lots of it and then feast together in our lovely studio.
Crown & Sceptre
Where we used to go when the Green Man was full and since moving Studio’s our new local. A busy, buzzy, London pub. But remember if it’s too busy the Green Man is just around the corner.
Ok so it’s part of a chain, but it’s a small chain and the food is so damn good that this place regularly comes out top choice for a studio lunch. Simple stuff of your choosing, thrown in a very hot bowl that ‘cooks’ it, with a couple of sauces for you to add to taste. Simple concept, simply great.