well hidden gem – 4 mill street in london

Pattersons food - dinewizard com

#4 – on my gems list

4 Mill Street London,
London W1S 2AX, UK
(20) 7499 1308 – Reserve!!!
EXECUTIVE CHEF & OWNER; Raymond Patterson
£££ – Modern European

No London without a visit to “Patterson’s” on Mill Street. This is not a restaurant that you find while out shopping on Oxford Str. You have to know where you’re going and if you been there – you will always find your way back. This is something very special. The food is sooOoOOo good and the plate’s presentation is like art. Mostly Scottish produce, particularly seafood – but if there is lamb on the menu I go for that. Signature dish: Smoked haddock soufflé, cod branded and baby spinach, white wine and herring roe sauce

The mood is understated rather than restrained, elegant but not stuffy, with comfortable high-backed chairs, dark glass vases of greenery, some impressive abstract seascapes, and two fish tanks.
Service is absolutely superlative with staff well-briefed on the creative menu – nothing is a problem if you want to mix menus. Have only eat their set menus – £45 – looks like they have now gone over to a la carte with indv. pricing
Very relaxed atmosphere. You can’t go wrong with an evening with “Patterson’s”
Located between Oxford Circus and Bond Street – as I said very well hidden.
A gem worth looking for.

Just found at that “Patterson’s” has now closed – what I lost for us foodies when visiting London.


 Photos provided by; pattersonsrestaurant.co.uk

14 thoughts on “well hidden gem – 4 mill street in london

  1. Wivi, aina here = ) I would just like to thank you for unwavering support = ) u are an amazing person. for hanging on to me, thank you for everything.

  2. Oh, for a personal jet to jump in & visit. 🙂 I love looking at people’s old posts …

    Best best to you, Viveka 🙂

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