Berners Tavern

  • Fitzrovia
  • Lunch
  • £££££

The decor of the room almost overshadows the delicious British menu. Probably the best looking restaurant in London.


10 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NP
+44 (0) 20 7908 7979
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 07.00–00.00
Sat-Sun 09.00-00.00
Insider Information
Pull up a stool at the bar and enjoy the room without indulging in dinner.


  • Barchick

    Barchick Says…

    The bar, one of two in the Ian Schrager London Edition Hotel, is long and buzzing, with possibly the most flattering lighting in town, thanks to the globe-like chandeliers that were modelled after the ones in another gorgeous room – New York’s Grand Central Station...the drinks menu uses lots of foodie ingredients like fresh dill, roast sweet corn syrup and Coco Pops milk, delish. Oh, and don’t miss a chance to get stuck into some of Atherton’s British eats while you’re there.

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  • The Independent

    The Independent Says…

    I visited twice, once for Friday night dinner, once for a mid-week business lunch, and found the food pretty much faultless. The menu, like the pictures on the walls, covers everything; it's a salon hang, crowded with sharing platters and grills, Sunday roasts and dude-foodish sandwiches, elegant seafood dishes and Friday fish and chips...Grown-up and gorgeous as the Berners Tavern is, this Schrager-bomb of a restaurant won't suit everyone. But for a statement of the swaggering confidence of London's world-class dining scene, it is, as Bridget would say, v v good indeed.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    Edition is an exercise in slick metropolitan taste, with opulent chandeliers, framed art-by-the-yard covering entire walls, and improbably elegant staff. The huge lobby bar looks fabulous; but the vast dining room, with its ornate plasterwork ceiling, very low lighting and lively bar area, looks even better. The menu’s prices are alarmingly high – but most of the dishes we tried were very good...Berners Tavern is an utterly glamorous experience.

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