The Marylebone branch of this small chain of seafood restaurants is cleverly decked out in subtle nautical themes to hint at their speciality. Calming shades of blue cover the walls, along with sparing fishing photos.
As well as a restaurant, FishWorks is a fishmongers, so you can pick your seafood and request it be cooked just the way you like it. Most of the fish is from Devon and the south coast and options range from oysters, whole Devon crab and Nova Scotia lobster thermidor to seared yellowfin tuna nicoise, Arbroath smokies with a freshly poached duck egg and chervil butter, lobster linguine and oven-roasted sea bass with fresh lemon thyme, olive oil and Cornish sea salt.
The wine list focuses on whites, though some reds do feature, too. Beers include Viceroy India Pale Ale from Westerham Brewery, Sagres and Peroni. FishWorks' sister branch is in Mayfair.
|Venue name:||FishWorks Marylebone|
89 Marylebone High St
|Transport:||Tube: Baker St/Regent's Park|
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Have visited this restaurant twice. Once with partner the other time with friends. Hidden behind a fish monger on Marylebone Highstreet. Order the fish platter which is more than enough for one person (you could probably share!). Inside the restaurant it's not very scenic and a little bit cramped, plus staff good be more attentive, had to wait a while for drinks and then a while to be asked what we wanted to it. Best of booking a table as it does get very busy.
Non expensive, great relaxed atmosphere, comfortable seating, good service. Perfectly cooked fish, whitebait to die for, Prosecco and sea bass were a delight, dessert equally so, my new favourite friday night relaxant. Well lit, comfortable temperature and nice quiet surroundings. An atmosphere, but not one that shouts, and not one that overpowers. If you want a relaxed light meal and a catch up with a friend where you can actually hear them, for a reasonable price, this is the place.