110 Great Portland Street, W1W 6PQ Dish: Pea Salad and Goat's Curd
110 Great Portland Street, W1W 6PQ
One of two central London restaurants that serve up modern European fare, including beetroot tartare, grilled stone bass, slow cooked Welsh lamb and more. A six-course seasonal tasting menu is also available for £45 per head.
Run by three lads who have previous experience working in Michelin-starred joints, Picture first opened Fitzrovia in 2013, followed by another in Marylebone in 2016.
110 Great Portland St
|Opening hours:||Lunch served noon-3pm, dinner served 5-11pm Mon-Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Goodge St/Oxford Circus|
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Average User Rating
4 / 5
- 5 star:5
- 4 star:3
- 3 star:2
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
Would pretty much echo the review - good but just falls short of great. The staff are knowledgable and the right amount of friendly, and it's worth adding that the cocktails are excellent too. There's some really nice touches, but a few too many dishes that are just average. You won't grumble about it to your friends, but you won't rave about it either...
Very pleasant environment and really friendly staff. Only stayed for drinks, but will definitely return for food.
Would highly recommend Picture - really is picture perfect! The tandoori chicken is a winning dish. Had such a great time and the service is great too.
Super restaurant - very accomplished cooking, lovely atmosphere and great, friendly service. One of the best meals this year - fantastic and highly recommended.
I had dinner at 'Picture' last night, and it was a wonderful experience overall! It's a bit on the pricey side, but you get a really nice eating experience. And Timeout is right, the staff is friendly indeed!
Picture offers a range of sharing plates, representing modern global cuisines. 6 dishes (ranging £3-£6 each) is plenty for two people and doesn't break the bank. Yo are able to dine in a seated are or at the bar, so it's perfect for meeting work associates, dates, family or friends. The cocktails made by barman Ben are beautiful.
Everything had one dominant taste- sourness. One dimensional, stingy portions with a pretentious wannabe hipster vibe. Bill was about 70 quid for 2, so not cheap and was so hungry at the end that we literally went for a second dinner. Avoid at all costs. Horrendous.