Ember Yard


Restaurants and cafés


  • © Rob Greig

  • © Rob Greig

  • © Greg Funnell

  • © Greg Funnell

  • © Greg Funnell

  • © Greg Funnell

  • © Greg Funnell

© Rob Greig

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Ember Yard 60-61 Berwick Street
    W1F 8SU

  • Venue phone:

    020 7439 8057

  • Venue website:


  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-midnight Mon-Wed; noon-1am Thurs-Sat; noon-10pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks and service: around £75.

  • Map

    1. Ember Yard
      • 60-61 Berwick Street
        W1F 8SU
      • 020 7439 8057
      • emberyard.co.uk
      • 51.515354,-0.136618

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Todd T

Ditto another reviewer below. Very stingy portions. Ordered more than 10 tapas for 2 people and still left hungry. Also like the reviewer, everything chargrilled (and I love chargrilled food) was quite dry like the juice of the food was such out of it. A couple of the dishes were quite good but spent a lot of money and left hungry having consumed lots of over-dry food.


Amazing hospitality by the co manager Natasha and lots of help in choosing two great bottles of wine. Loved the atmosphere and the food was really tasty, perfect for groups of friends or a date in the heart of Soho.


Service was good, but the food was not great. The portions were really stingy and not good value for money. Maybe they had an off day, but everything we had from the grill was practically charcoal, and long overcooked. The iberico jamon was also poor for the price. At this level i would expect a deep rich colour and taste, where this example was more like a standard serano jamon. Also they seemed to push a particular type of olive when you order olives. This turns out to be a portion of four olives stuffed with cheese. The cheese did not particularly enhance or match the flavour of the olives, and was not the snack with drinks we were expecting especially at almost a pound per olive. The markup on this is cheeky to say the least.. There are far better examples of this sort of food in the area. Unfortunately I wont be going back.


Absolutely sensational food - all cooked over wood and coal. i loved the chicory with sweet sauce of pomegranate molasses i think and all the meats-chicken with leeks and fish -cod with braised white beans and the grilled cod. the tapas style menu blows others away like barrafina and polpo. service was good if a little messy and clumsy but that didn't matter really. Went on a thursday lunch and it was packed-downstairs was very noisy.

Tessa Stuart

I took some clients to Ember Yard to introduce them to superior tapas eating. They loved it, as did I. Brilliant charming service, delicious plates for my guests' tastes, and the puds are blooming gorgeous. Can't wait to settle in and try all the cocktails too and super-cosy welcoming spot on a dark winter afternoon or evening, or any time really. People, GO. Just not all at once, so I can still get in...


Having been in town on Monday we found the Ember Yard purely by chance whilst looking for somewhere for dinner. Despite not having a reservation we were found a table with no fuss and had a thoroughly enjoyable meal. The food was fantastic and the service was even better. Sadly we didn't have time to enjoy the downstairs cocktail bar but was very busy and lively. All very stylish and had a great feel. Highly recommended!

Jan Steel

Food delicious! Staff very friendly and helpful. A worthy new baby Opera Tavern which is a favourite restaurant for all our family. Very stylish setup too.