Restaurateurs Corbin & King, the duo behind London’s famous The Wolseley in Piccadilly Circus, recently opened their latest venture Fischer’s in London.
Located on Marylebone High Street, Fischer’s is a casual neighborhood café with a décor and atmosphere inspired by early twentieth-century Vienna.
The cherry on top of the opening, though, is that Fischer’s is a café-meets-konditorei, which means “sweet shop” in German.
Available at Fischer’s is an extensive menu of cured fish, salads, sandwiches, and schnitzel. Additionally, Fischer’s offers a variety of strudels and traditional tortes mit schlag, or cake topped with fluffy whipped cream.
Fischer’s also features a mittel-European-themed wine list from Austria, Germany, and Hungary, making it your go-to place for satiating your sweet tooth and ending the day with a nightcap.
Fischer's is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Alexandra E. Petri is the travel editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @writewayaround