18 July 2014


Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, the two gentlemen behind restaurant group Corbin and King founded in 1981, have the golden touch when it comes to eateries.  They run an impressive selection of London's finest restaurants, from Le Caprice, J Sheekey and The Ivy back in the day (all since sold), to the current roster including The Wolseley on Piccadilly, The Delaunay on Aldwych and 2012's Parisian-style Brasserie Zedel behind Piccadilly Circus.  The latest, in the style of a beautiful, grand European cafĂ©, is Fischer's in Marylebone. Marylebone High Street's lovely village feel has just got even better.

Fischer's restaurant, Marylebone London
the superb chopped salad starter

I went the week after it opened and I'll certainly be back soon.  Inspired by Vienna in the early twentieth century, it has a similar atmosphere to The Delaunay, with wood panelling, leather-seated booths, mirrored walls, waiters in smart tuxedos, antique fittings and old vintage photos.  It also serves a similar menu of hearty Viennese dishes like The Delaunay (expect delicious wieners and schnitzels at both), with fresh Austrian white wines and strudels for desserts.  It all feels very authentic.

Fischer's restaurant, Marylebone London

My only criticism of Fischer's is that it doesn't feel that distinctly different to The Delaunay - this menu focuses on Viennese instead of The Delaunay's broader Germanic food and Fischer's feels a little more informal and intimate due to the interiors and smaller size, but they are rather similar.  Anyway, as a huge fan of The Delaunay, there's certainly no real complaints from me.  As expected from the kings of London's restaurant scene, it's shot straight up on everyone's 'must visit' list.

Fischer's restaurant, Marylebone London

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Fischer's, 50 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5HN

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