Smiths of Smithfield

$ $
67-77 Charterhouse St
Clerkenwell, Greater London EC1M 6HJ
+44 20 7251 7950
8:00am - 10:30pm
8:00am - 10:30pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 4:00pm


  • Wifi password = Smithfields
  • Try out their FANTASTIC steak sandwich for lunch - sold on the ground floor
  • Good food but place has serious hygiene issues. Both our breakfast had a strand of hair in them! Which is a shame as we enjoyed the food.
  • If it's a hung over brunch in farringdon you seek, SOS club sandwich and Bloody Mary are hard to beat!
  • Full English breakfast with a virgin mary takes no prisoners... epic
  • Work your way up a floor each time you visit. Ground- brunch/bar, 2-Wine Rooms, 3-Dining Room, 4-Top Floor Roof Top Dining Room. The perfect place for anytime of day/occasion.
  • Macaroni cheese smoked haddock and poached egg is to die for
  • Coffee? Eggs?! NO! You go to Smiths for MEAT! Amazing meat direct for the Smithfield Market! The sirloin steak and pork belly are my fave dishes here.
  • Just what you need in the morning!
  • Food is great in here and the staff are always friendly. Try out the pies, best you'll find!
  • Go upstairs for nice selection of whiskey!
  • Try the British breakfast - #british #lavish #substantial
  • A little walk to the Barbican Centre from here, but well worth it. Try the burgers: the meat is all from the market opposite. Level 2 Dining Room is a good choice, Level 3 for something a bit special!
  • Generally friendly staff but food is a little anaemic on the ground floor.
  • Don't get the grilled fish, it's bland, unseasoned, unattractive and at times badly boned.
  • The blackberry smoothie is the tastiest I've ever had. Pssst the secret ingredient is mint!
  • Good eggs benedict yo...
  • Go to the dining room upstairs - second floor.
  • They make a very good cappucino
  • Sunday breakfast is gorgeous here and they cater for groups. it's popular, so don't lie in too late!

Nearby places

77A Charterhouse St (Cowcross St)
225 Central Markets