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Frederick's

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Frederick's
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This popular Islington restaurant has been in the same family since it launched, back in the late '60s. The slightly ritzy plush of Frederick’s entrance cocktail bar, the surprising spaciousness of the dining room beyond, the striking 1980s artwork, the lofty conservatory and pretty hidden garden alongside all come together to convey the idea that a meal here is a bit of a treat.

The (mostly) European food menu offers dishes such as crab bisque, ox-cheek raviolo with onion broth and croutons, pan-fried duck breast with celeriac fondant, croquettes and Gascon cabbage, and Welsh lamb cutlets with sautéed potato and garlic French beans. Salt and pepper squid with chilli sauce, and pistachio and herb-crusted tuna with courgette and carrot spaghetti, edamame beans and a mirin dressing are also available.

Keep an eye out for seasonal menus and Saturday brunches, too.

 

Frederick's says
Frederick's is a family-run restaurant, established in 1969, and still run by the Segal family. Situated amongst the antique shops on Camden Passage in Islington, we are a spacious restaurant and bar with different private dining spaces too. Head chef Adam Hiliard has been with us for a decade and continues to inspire – we have a fixed price lunch and a pre-theatre menu for £15.50 for two courses (£19 for three), as well as the a la carte.

Whether it's a business lunch, a cocktail for two, dinner or a wedding, Frederick's will look after you in style. We are well-known for our secluded garden, which provides a view of the high-ceilinged conservatory in winter, but is a delight to enjoy in summer. Our wine list receives high praise for its breadth and price, and our sommeliers will be happy to help.

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Address: 106 Camden Passage
London
N1 8EG
Transport: Tube: Angel, Kings Cross, Highbury & Islington
Price: Main courses £12.50-£26. Set meal (lunch; dinner Mon, Tue; 5.45-7pm Wed-Sat) £17 2 courses, £21 3 courses
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Opening hours: Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 5.45-10.30pm Mon-Sat Brunch Sat 10:30-12:30pm
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