Charlotte Street in London is well known for its restaurants along that stretch of road. Charlotte Street it self will be well known to many of the advertising agencies and other offices that are based along it such as Saatchi & Saatchi, Starcom Mediavest and Zenith Optimedia. It’s a street that will also be known to the many London university campus’ such as UCL and Kings that have student accommodation in the area.
Bibimbap Charlotte Street opened last year in November 2013 and joins many big chain restaurants as well as some classy upmarket establishments.
A world class steak restaurant that has establishments open in Dubai and Buenos Aires, not to mention several around London including the City, Hampstead, Picadilly, Richmond and Tower Bridge. The steak cuts range from rump steaks at £20 to rib eye steaks at £60. The accompanying wine list isn’t just an ordinary wine list as there’s a rare wines list which host a variety of different ages. A Nicolas Catena ZAPATA 2009 at £247.50 for a bottle and glass of Cheval Des Andes 2008 for £44.95.
It’s a great restaurant for high quality steaks and a special occasion with a YELP rating of 4.5 stars you certainly can expect to recieve perfect quality steak that is unrivalled.
There’s no shortage of Italian restaurants on Charlotte St, ranging from your chain branches to individual restaurants. You will find Zizzi’s and Pizza Express within walking distance of each other. Both are very safe options for Charlotte Street. Push the boat out and try Da’Paolo Italian Restaurant with the owners saying this about the eatery, “From the backstreets of Bologna to the middle of Modena, Da Paolo serves authentic Italian food in a family atmosphere with all the professionalism you would expect in central London.”
You could even try Mondello Restaurant at 36 Goodge St, just off Charlotte St. The most recent reviewer on YELP saying, “Mondello is a family-run restaurant and it has a very cozy feel. The portions are beyond generous and the food is very high quality. I opted for the grilled sea bream, which was a whole fish on top of roasted vegetables. It was cooked perfectly. Others in my group had pastas, lamb, and other dishes and all were happy with their choices. What I really enjoyed about this place is it allows for an escape from the hustle and bustle of Goodge Street at the lunch hour. If you’re looking for a place to enjoy good food with good company, I would recommend this no-frills comfort food Italian restaurant.”
Every Londoner will have undoubtedly heard of Dim T, the fusion Oriental restaurant with 5 branches in London and one in Winchester. It’s a great restaurant for a group of work colleagues or a date night special. The starter menu list consists of everything that you would expect from a Chinese restaurant to have such as soft shell crab, wonton soup, chicken satay and prawn crackers. The main menu will take you on a tour of Asia from a Thai Phad Thai noodles to Japanese fried rice. Alternatively you could give their house specialities a go starting with steamed salmon with miso.
At 93 Charlotte Street you will find Tsunami, a contemporary Japanese restaurant offering elegant dining in a unique setting. You will find everything that is expected of a Japanese restaurant such as an extensive sushi and sashimi menu, which include standard dishes like salmon, tuna, eel, seabass and shrimp. There’s also a special snow crab on the sashimi menu, likely to throw off the most seasoned of Japanese eaters. There is also a small range of tempura items followed by main dishes such as Hira Unagi, Gin Dara and Dynamite Beef.
These are just a few restaurants on a massive list of great restaurants that are on Charlotte Street including some of the side streets which include a range of Indian restaurants, street food at lunchtimes and numerous pubs.