Mortimer House Kitchen
I hate being allocated a table where I face the wall. Very bad ambience. Overall, it was also very noisy, which made conversation a struggle. I tried the restaurant because of Giles Coren's review, but that's it. There are better places!
Everything was lovely as usual
This is our 3rd time at MORTIMER House Kitchen in the past 6 months, I won’t be going back in a hurry. The menu hasn’t really changed, and to be honest a bit boring compared to other restaurants in the area. Not rushing back.
Fabulous food and service - maybe a little pricey but so perfect for a treat. This was a birthday dinner and although we hadn't flagged it up as such the waiting staff must have clocked it from being around our table and brought the desserts with birthday greetings for my husband!
We tried this restaurant after reading a review by Giles Coren and are very glad we followed his advice!
Nice restaurant. Good lighting... not too bright or too dark. Nice music... again, at the right level and not too loud or too soft. Friendly efficient service.
Great staff, excellent food, try the chicken sharing dish, superb!
Absolutely love coming here!
Simply delicious beetroot and smoked burrata tortelli, packed with flavour.
Charming and attentive service.
Quieter tables near the back.
Really lovely place and service was great - tasty pastries & coffee
Another lovely visit with close friends - Monday is the best night to go!
Also - the menu as changed Hurrah!
Great decor in a very nice sized space. High ceilings and you're not too close to other tables which is wonderful. The food was very good, the drinks were fine, and the dessert was outstanding (roasted pineapple with salted caramel ice-cream). Service was professional and timely.
Delicious food and impeccable service. We felt very looked after!
Lovely meal for a large group - good food (the lamb (for 2) was particularly lovely). Waiting staff divine. Ideally would have liked a larger range of wine by the glass due to different preferences but that won’t stop us returning.
the very talented Antonio "Lelo" Favuzzi, of L'anima fame, is on show in the open kitchen and has added some middle eastern inspired flavours to his Italian Fayre.
Cooked and presented beautifully in a relaxed room with a great ambience.
Professional but low key overall
Good menu and good food
Great food but small portions and big prices unfortunately.
Went to Mortimer House Kitchen for a business breakfast. The service was wonderful, attentive, friendly and helpful staff and the food served promptly - everything was delicious. The avocado on toast with smoked ricotta was presented especially beautifully. The coffee was also fantastic. Will definitely be returning.
it has a lovely atmosphere
staff are great - in general it was a good brunch was a little disappointed with a couple of our courses
in general would recommend it
An enjoyable evening with very good table service in buzzy surroundings. The menu is a little challenging but our main course was excellent, shoulder of lamb for two, preceded by "green soup" which was mainly pea and lived up to its name. My desert, the cheeseless cheesecake, was disappointing. Only real criticism is that the maitre d' who served us should learn to smile and not be gutted because we did not order cocktails or bottled water. A bonus is how easy it is to park.
Fantastic staff, great food, nice crowd.
Highly recommend this restaurant, mainly as the staff are so accommodating and friendly-not something one experiences all the time. Good menu choice and drinks offer, will definitely revisit.
A little Mediterranean and Aegean, a little inspired by Middle Eastern cuisine. All these cuisens are blended in Mortimer House Kitchen.
It is a place where you can eat tahini with aburgine next to Italian pasta.
Also I recommend their tiramisu which is quite balanced sugar and cream.
Staff are very kind and friendly.
We go every week! Wish the menu would change though. and to describe the asparagus as ENGLISH in October is a real own goal. Please change it - or stop serving it - it creates a bad impression.
Excellent service and great food. Mortimer House Kitchen is one of my favourite places to eat in central London especially after a West End show. Relaxed atmosphere with a nice bar and drink selection paired with really top quality food.
Mortimer House Kitchen is a bright comfortable relaxing space with very attentive staff and good food at reasonable prices. It is perfect for Sunday brunch.
Really great food and ambience. Perfect place for breakfast / brunch.
Top place, great service, amazing location
The food was of good quality and the price was acceptable. The waiters were attentive and changed a dish for me due to special dietary requirements. There was a rather rude lady who told us we had to give up the table about 5 minutes after we sat down. It turned out she meant in 2 hours. She also came by a few more times yanking away the menus we had wanted to keep. It was a bit of a disappointment as the venue is lovely, and the rest of the team were great.
Great atmosphere. Delicious meal. Excellent service.
Spent a wonderful evening here for my birthday- the food was absolutely delicious. Stand out dishes for me were the lamb meatballs, burnt carrots and aubergine carpaccio however, everything was superb. We will be back soon and please write a cookbook !!
This was my fifth visit and the food was as good as ever.
My one complaint is that we were seated in the depths of the room to the left of the kitchen which has zero atmosphere and is very echoey - very disappointing when the main room is so lovely.
When I book again I’m going to specify the main room because it really detracts from the experience to be tucked away in what is a completely anonymous spot. It also made service not as as good as usual because it’s harder to get anyone’s attention.
we really enjoyed everything! the food, the service, the wine and the prices! loved the soft shell crab, tuna tartare, beef carpaccio, raw prawns, the lamb meatballs, the octopus and everything else!
The restaurant is attractive and not too noisy - quite buzzy in fact. The menu looks delicious and the service was fine.
The food however was really bland and frankly no good.
Burnt carrots were tasteless soggy and black with none of the gorgeous caramellyness one would hope for and the tomato burrato was also tasteless and the tomatoes were awful. I left most of it which is really saying something because I am known for plate clearing
The soft shell crab was excellent. The turbot was delicious. The octopus was very good. Not a fan of the “cheese-less” cheesecake.
They make a good Negroni and the Rhubarb and Grapefruit cocktail was also very good.
This is a favourite dining spot but this time it was disappointing especially from a menu and food point of view.
It was good - can’t complain about anything
Loved the whole experience. It was buzzy and modern and the staff were lovely. The food was gorgeous and we went home very drunk and very full. Would definitely return but would only recommend to some friends because it was quite expensive. We don't mind but some of them do. All in all a great dinner
Delicious breakfast but the window tables are extremely close together meaning you constantly bump chairs with the people behind you. Service was bit slow
Perfect destination for breakfast meetings - welcoming setting, relaxed atmosphere, friendly team and delicious menu. One of my favourite avocado/poached eggs on toast options in town.
Great for gluten and dairy free, delicious fresh healthy food, lovely atmosphere
On arrival the manager took a while to come Over and acknowledge us. He was functional but no welcome smile at all. The waiter was charming but couldn’t talk us through the beer or wine list. He admitted he didn’t have a clue. Food was average - nothing stand out amazing. The tables we had for four people were tripod tables so every time you meant on the table it tipped and one point our whole bottle of red tipped off the table. Wouldn’t go back - not special enough. Looks lovey but no atmosphere.