London’s ode to Asia-Pacific
Dickie Fitz is a new modern day brasserie recently opened on the corner of Newman and Goodge Street in Fitzrovia. The menu, put together by Matt Robinson, is inspired by dishes of the Pacific with an Australian weekend brunch, a carefully crafted cellar and Asian-influenced cocktail list. The restaurant is set over two floors with 100 covers and it has been designed for all-day dining. Downstairs it features a more casual vibe perfect for every hour, while the second floor is more intimate and cosy and equipped with its own bar perfect for private parties.
What to order
Morning breakfast is taken seriously at Dickie Fitz, with a fresh approach to the first meal of the day. Highlights include fresh fruits with Greek yogurt, banana bread with buttermilk ricotta and honey as well as zucchini fritters. The a la carte menu include starters such as culatello ham, sea bass carpaccio and blood orange, salt baked kumara – an Australian sweet potato served with blue cheese, steamed barramundi, rib burgers and lamingtons – a chocolate sponge cake with coconut. The list of Australian named cocktails includes: “Choice Bro”, “U Beaut” and “Tim Tam Martini”.
48 Newman Street, London W1T 1QQ
March 10th 2016