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48 Newman Street
Behind unmissable striped awnings, Aussie-inspired Dickie Fitz puts Sydney-born Matt Robinson’s country-hopping cuisine into a snazzy, laid-back setting. Mustard-yellow banquettes vie for attention with puff-ball chandeliers hung above well-spaced, gleaming marble tables. The menu choice is kept sensibly economical: Kangaroo tartare with beetroot, or lotus root crisps and confit egg yolk are surely must-orders for the adventurous, while Thai green chicken salad or a 150-day, robata-grilled sirloin appeal to tamer palates. Bills can escalate, especially if you choose sides of sambal-laced green beans or skinny fries in chicken salt with your chargrilled halibut and yuzu hollandaise, although the rib burger with house sauce and pickles is a bargain favourite among casual business-lunchers. Wines favour the New World and there’s saké too, while a bottle of Prancing Pony Sunshine Ale should brighten up the gloomiest of Fitzrovia days. Service captures the relaxed vibe without ever seeming tardy.
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Mon-Fri 7.30am-11pm Sat 8am-12M Sun 12N-6pm
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Food + drink: 5
I chose Dickie Fitz on recommendation from another PA who had recently attended. I attended with my boss, The atmousphere was great and the menu varied but not over whelming, I chose the cheese burger and it was as classic as it comes & wasn't dry!
I found the decor light and airy, the overall feel of the place was relaxing, staff attentive and professional.
Food + drink: 4
Handy location for after-work drinks and a bite to eat, and loved the light room and sunny yellow leather seating . We had gyoza and crudites with dip and smashed avocado to start, the gyoza good, the crudites pretty in a big bowl of ice, but the dips underwhelming. After that, Australian rib-eye steak with smoked bone-marrow butter, and BBQ pork chop with pineapple and black pudding. On the side, fries with chicken salt, and salad. The grilled meats were cooked beautifully, moist and juicy, but pretty large so no room for dessert. Staff are pleasant and friendly, it's a very nice spot, but we didn't think there was an especaily Australian feel to the place. Would be happy to go there again when in the area.
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