Dickie Fitz

Winter is well and truly done and dusted.

It’s time to step out of the shadows and onto London’s dazzling streets.

Sunshine and shadows

Easy breezy!

Pink trench coat // Broderie anglaise dress

Over the knee boots

Sunglasses // Chanel bag

If you just so happen to find yourself in Central-ish London, I’ve got a tasty little restaurant for you to try.

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Copper, white marble and green juices.

They officially win Instagram bingo.

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It’s called Dickie Fitz, an upscale Aussie gastro pub.

With its sunny interior, chatty staff and collection of light, fresh dishes, its the breath of fresh air Fitzrovia needed.

In fact it fitz in rather nicely!

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Tuna tataki with avocado cream and ponzu sauce.

A beautiful classic.

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The prettiest steak tartar you’ll ever come across!

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My favourite starter of all: seabass carpaccio with blood orange and bush lime.

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Finished at the table, and topped with a citrus I’ve never knowingly come across before: bush lime.

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Tiny sour pearls are plucked from the fruit and dusted across the delicate fish.

Truly exceptional.

The wine list’s good too!

Rosé season

Silver May Aquamarine ring

Bespoke Silver May aquamarine ring

The mains are somewhat heartier. Naturally.

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Lobster with wild garlic and chili.

I don’t say this lightly…

Potentially the best lobster I’ve ever eaten. Perfectly cooked, fragrant and so tasty. A true star.

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Rib eye with bone marrow.

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Pork belly with kimchi and bacon broth.

Not my favorite dish, though I usually adore pork belly. This was a little dry, despite the pond of broth.

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The cauliflower gyoza (actually more of a cauliflower tortellini) turned out to be a real winner, despite its vegetarian credentials.

I’d choose it over the steak any day.

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The lemon tart is one to miss, with bullet proof pastry. But the chocolate fondant is properly divine.

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I could happily bury my head in it all over again.

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Peppermint tea is best dragged outside for a spot of sunshine and people watching.

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After all, we’ve got to make the most of this weather while it lasts!

This dress!

Find Dickie Fitz in Fitzrovia, not far from Oxford Street.

Book in advance, take a big group and try everything. Especially the all Australian “Tim Tam Martinis”!

Website here.

Just the fuel you need for an afternoon of meetings in The Capital.

Dress and spring boots

Or you know, just an afternoon of sitting on those yellow benches with chocolate martinis!

Whatever the world throws your way.

Though if it’s the latter, invite me along too?

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  • Gabriella Granata

    Ooh you’ve definitely found a gem here! Love that they offer some unusual takes on the dishes. Will add it to the ‘when in London’ list… xx

    http://gabriellamanchester.me/

  • Hey Rose you look stunning, adore your dress and boots.

    xxx
    Careerms.wordpress.com

  • Karina

    I was here for a drink just last week. The dresses worn by two of the female staff (I think they were managers) were so beautiful I’m trying to hunt them down!

    http://www.thefoodspill.com

  • Very pretty post – and love your dress. Definitely getting some spring inspiration here.

  • Coco Cami

    Looks like a lovely restaurant, and stunning outfit too! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Camille xo

    http://www.cococami.blogspot.co.uk

  • K S

    Hi Rosie
    Love your blog. Can you do a fragrance post in the future? I noticed from some of your beauty posts you have some scents that I’ve always been curious about. I haven’t seen any fragrance posts on your blog and think a lot of us would be really interested in your reviews and what you wear for whatever occasion. Loving the food posts lately too xxo

  • That sounds and looks delicious! And hooray for Spring FINALLY acting like it should and letting us dress a little bit lighter… some of the time!!

    Laura xx | Loved By Laura

  • This place looks amazing. Love all the pics (especially the one where you’re sat outside the cafe).

    Mel x

    mediamarmalade.com

  • Oh, how wonderful this place looks, Rosie! And you’re just stunning in these photos. XOXO

  • I love the dress you’re wearing! The food look delicious btw. X
    http://www.thoughtsinstyle.com/

  • Gorgeous lady! This looks incredible, seabass carpaccio. Damn. Immy x

    http://www.immymay.com

  • It looks absolutely delicious! And I love those boots! 🙂

    — LisaLDN.com

  • Kari Guastella

    What unique dishes they had! Love your coat!
    Kari
    http://www.sweetteasweetie.com

  • Love the dress!!

    http://www.mytwopence.com/

  • Ooh this looks absolutely delicious Rosie! The food is beautiful & sounds as if it’s crazy flavourful as well – a deadly combination. Plus those boots! I die.

    http://www.blushandbordeaux.com

  • You look adorable!!

    http://www.giltedgeblog.com

  • Jill Dap

    That’s such a beautiful look! Love those boots!

    Jill

    http://jilldap.blogspot.ca

  • Oooh this looks divine, love discovering new places in Central to try – the decor too, spot on.

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Beauty Wellbeing

  • This looks such a cool, trendy place, not to mention how divine the food looks. Chocolate fondant is my favourite ever pud!
    Hugs Adele xoxo

  • Lauren @BonVoyageLauren

    Ooo, I will definitely go to try the lobster! Thanks for sharing and happy travels 🙂

    Xoxo Lauren
    http://www.bonvoyagelauren.com

  • I am a fan of a honest review! I’m building a little (or not so little..) list of places to eat in London and just from looking at the chocolate fondant (& the cauliflower gyoza acutally!) I know this is somewhere I need to try!
    xx
    http://www.cakevsscales.com

  • Love the décor and style of dishes, especially the starters! Will have to pop by 🙂 Lots of love, Andrea xxx

    Andrea’s Passions

  • Lucy Birchall

    That chocolate fondant looks delicious, almost meringue-cake like?! Wow, I may have to pay a visit just to try that!

    She’s So Lucy

  • Such a beautiful dress, perfect for Spring!

    http://www.shegoeswear.com

  • Aurè

    hello,ciao…your outfit is a work of art! and nice photos…cheers
    http://aureart.blogspot.it

  • Becci Hall

    I adore your blog, I would love to read some of your top tips on blogging…technical (because i have no idea) and creative (how do you edit your pictures)…you are my true blogging inspo! x

  • Beth Shankle Anderson

    Love those boots! Great style!

    xo
    Beth
    Visit me at http://www.TheStyleBouquet.com

  • Food looks seriously amazing and LOVE your dress! So pretty!

    http://www.tinytwisst.com

  • Henrietteyr

    I lovelove your blog, and I am a big (norwegian)londoner!
    Wish you would show some pics of your flat, as I am curious after all the snaps from there;-)

    lovelove<3
    http://yhenriette.wordpress.com

  • Yvonne

    Stunning as usual. Lovely outfit! Thanks for sharing!
    xo Yvonne
    http://www.aproposh.com

  • Bethanyalicemarie

    Love Dickie Fitz, major interior goals!

    Bethany x

    http://www.bethanyalicemarie.co.uk

  • Marble – I’m in!

    http://NatalyG.co.uk

  • Jeefren Canizales

    Nice! Hi from Spain ^^ we are waiting for you =}

  • Sounds and looks great – I love all your recommendations, my London based colleagues think I am a London genius 🙂 I (don’t) always tell them where I get my knowledge from 😉
    Claire x
    http://www.thegreeneyedgirl.co.uk

  • Emmalisa Tilli

    What a great post!!! The food looks toooo good to eat!!!! I can tell you love what you do!!! You look so happy and relaxed!!!! What an awesome blog you have…. I feel inspired…….