Little Quiet

24-26 Newbury Street , London, EC1A 7HU

Little Quiet London restaurant lamb green pesto

Little Quiet says

The team behind London’s Disappearing Dining Club have launched their newest project, opening the doors to Little Quiet, a sixteen-ish seater dining room on Newbury Street, EC1A, a two-minute walk from Barbican tube station. The dark doorway opens into a darker dining room, and what you’ll find inside is something quite surprising; a classic, intimate, homely and relaxed space that you can’t help but find inviting. Music and lighting are hushed, service is warm and unassuming, with the focus on guests enjoying a moment away from the noise of the City. Swedish Head Chef Fred Bolin’s menu takes classic French cooking and blends in Scandinavian technique for his simple, three-starter /three-main /three-dessert menus.  Expect elegant, sophisticated dishes with seasonal ingredients, that foreground good cooking and flavour without unnecessary bells and whistles. 

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Barbican Tube Station 109m

Barbican Station 154m


Address: 24-26 Newbury Street , London EC1A 7HU

Area: Clerkenwell Barbican

Opening times

Thurs-Fri 12N-2pm Wed-Sat 6pm-10pm

Nearby Landmarks

Ironmongers' Hall 189m

Museum of London 208m


Telephone: 020 3793 0202


Cuisine: Modern European

Dinner: £32/37/47 (2/3/4 courses)

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