Chiltern Firehouse

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    Chiltern Firehouse
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    Chiltern Firehouse
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    Chiltern Firehouse
  • Chiltern Firehouse

    © Britta Jaschinski

    Chiltern Firehouse
  • Chiltern Firehouse

    © Britta Jaschinski

    Chiltern Firehouse
  • Chiltern Firehouse

    © Britta Jaschinski

    Chiltern Firehouse
  • Chiltern Firehouse

    © Britta Jaschinski

    Chiltern Firehouse

Chiltern Firehouse

© Britta Jaschinski

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    Chiltern Firehouse 1 Chiltern St
    London
    W1U 7PA

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Adam Walker
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Had an amazing dinner here last night. The space is stunning; don't miss a drink in the beautiful bar before taking your table. And I can't wait to sip a G&T on the summer terrace when the weather warms up. The staff and service is exemplary. It's old school glamour all the way. As for the food, Nuno is on fire - literally. Every dish was delicious; the crab donuts, the maple glazed salmon, the cornbread, the chocolate torte. It's like the Hollywood Hills have arrived in Marylebone. And it's my new local. Can't wait to go back. Andre, we salute you.


Delicious dinner, beautiful converted location... And very inventive, as I had come to expect of Nuno Mendes, having been privileged enough to experience his tasting menu at Viajante.

Nibbles of cornbread with maple bacon butter, fried chicken, followed by in season asparagus, and then monkfish on green barley risotto. And for dessert? Carrot cake crumbs with juliette baked carrot strips and the most amazing horseradish ice cream. It really worked.

Plus the maître d charged my iPhone during dinner. Slick.

Well done Mendes and Balasz.