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Following on from The Wolseley et al, Fischer’s continues Christopher Corbin and Jeremy King’s long-running love affair with Viennese café society – and it certainly looks the Austro-Hungarian part, with its rich brown-and-black palette, oil paintings, leather banquettes and shiny table tops – although not everyone is sold on the “ridiculously oversized clock” that hangs prominently in the dining room. Sociable, feel-good food is the deal, and Fischer’s proves the point with pleasing starters such as smoked herrings or white asparagus with Black Forest ham. To follow, our lightly battered Wiener schnitzel would have been better without a jammy ligonberry compote, but devilled veal sweetbreads with tartare sauce were spot-on. Sausages with juicy sauerkraut and caramelised onions get a big cheer, and “indulgent” carb-fest puds prove why patisserie is Austria’s gift to the food world. Service is slick, if not exactly warm, but this is a lively, carefree set-up that’s run with well-oiled efficiency.

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  1. It is hard to find Austrian Food in London but Fischer’s opened recently to fill the void. It is owned by the same team that owns The Wollsley (http://www.thewolseley.com/) and The Delaunay(http://www.thedelaunay.com/). When I walked in I could see traces of the restaurant being owned by the same group as it carries some of the traditional decor. What was missing was the buzz from the Wolesley and the good people watching. The restaurant felt a bit old school. I think Austrian food is something our parents love, hence the reason we were there – my dad was visiting down and as a good Hungarian, he loves Austrian food...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 16 July 2014

    The Cutlery Chronicles :: fischer's

    So, most of us have an idea of what a schnitzel is - boneless tenderised and breaded meat - and the the part of Europe the term is associated with (mittel-Europe, that is Germany, Austria and the surroundings). But I suspect that’s where a lot of our knowledge of this cuisine ends. Should you have the urge to delve deeper into Viennese café culture and what a menu in one would offer, Fischer’s in Marylebone is a good place to start.

    If you’ve wandered into a Jeremy King and Chris Corbin venture before (The Wolseley, The Delaunay, Brasserie Zedel), you’ll instantly recognise the space as one of theirs; they...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 2 April 2014

    Ultra Vie :: Fischer'€™s | Vienna Comes To Marylebone

    If you thought that Viennese cuisine was being under-served in London then think again, as Chris Corbin and Jeremy King bring an element of early twentieth century Vienna to the streets of Marylebone in the launch of their newest venture Fischer’s.

    These two men are the brilliant minds behind Corbin & King Restaurants who have owned and managed some of London’s most revered and successful restaurants, such as The Wolseley and The Delauney. They have really honed their recipe for success and are transferring their knowledge into this current project, while also adding extra strings to their bow with the title...
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  1. I am in a quandary over the Austrian theme. Austria, for all its culture is not a place where I feel entirely at home, birthplace of Hitler, rise of modern anti-Semitism and all that and it put me in mind of a book I’ve heard of but not read. It’s called  “Is it good for the Jews”? In searching for […]
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  1. I am in a quandary over the Austrian theme. Austria, for all its culture is not a place where I feel entirely at home, birthplace of Hitler, rise of modern anti-Semitism and all that and it put me in mind of a book I’ve heard of but not read. It’s called  “Is it good for the Jews”? In searching for […]
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  1. Published : Thursday, 21 August 2014

    Samphire and Salsify :: Fischer’s, Marylebone

    Fischer’s is the latest offering from restaurateurs Corbin and King – the pair behind the Wolseley, Delaunay, Brasserie Zedel and Colbert. It’s based on Marylebone High Street on the former site of Cotidie; a dire Italian restaurant where I had one of the worst meals of my life.

    What a transformation; it’s a really beautiful restaurant – like a glamorous Austrian cafe in a railway station. The atmosphere felt lively and buzzy yet not manic or out of control which was impressive seeing how busy the place was; there was a constant flow of people coming and going throughout our entire visit...
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