Meraki Restaurant London

Meraki Restaurant London


Meraki is a modern Greek restaurant inspired by the lifestyle of the Aegen Islands. It is located in the heart of Fitzrovia and is a high-end dining destination created by Peter Waney. He has championed the iconic Zuma restaurant in Knightsbrdige, The Arts Club on Dover Street and the chic Roka on Charlotte Street. Meraki restaurant London is celebrated for offering some of London’s finest Mediterranean dishes in front of a backdrop of warm hospitality that mirrors the generosity of the Mediterranean culture.

Meraki effortlessly combines authentic Greek style with a cosmopolitan flare. This unusual mix is best represented in its combination of pristine, modern white ceilings and rustic unvarnished wooden floors. The beauty of natural Greece is also peppered throughout the restaurant with pops of greenery. A taste of the Greek sunshine is also reflected in its floor-to-ceiling windows and two al fresco terraces.

Meraki is the Greek word for taste and this is indicative of its brilliant menu. It showcases the finest quality Mediterranean ingredients. The kitchen is open-plan and complements the simplicity and elegance of the restaurant design. Chef Athinagoras Kostakos helms the kitchen and his reputation precedes him with culinary experiences from the award-winning Bill and Coo and Scorpios in Mykonos. The all day menu encompasses a delicious range of cold mezzes, salads, pasta dishes and chargrilled meats and fish. While waiting for your mains, share a trio of taramosalata, Greek style hummus and the grilled aubergine garnished with lemon, tahini and chili. These are best served with crispy and warm pita bread. Meraki restaurant London also has a wide selection of raw and healthy main meals. The Mediterranean prawn carpaccio made with tomato, basil, lime and chilly is a delightful mix of fresh yet filling ingredients. The £12.50 sea bass tartare flavoured with lemon oil dressing and herring Caviar is an excellent choice for guests that desire a starter or a light main meal. Guests cannot go wrong with selecting one of Meraki’s signature dishes. One of our favourites is the beef fillet prepared in an authentic Mediterranean style on a kebab with avocado tzatziki and broccoli stems. With its Mediterranean cultural inspiration, sharing plates are the ideal dishes to try, especially with big groups sharing a celebration. The whole lobster prepared with orzo pasta is a divine choice to share between two people. The 1.2 KG slow cooked leg of lamb is excellent for a group of three people. It comes with lemon sauce and wild oregano and is fashioned as the ‘celebration leg of lamb’. With their sharing mains, its always a good idea to order a selection of sides to complete your meal. Fantastic options include their green beans with vinegar and herbs, and their burnt cauliflower.

By day Meraki restaurant London offers a relaxed and sophisticated dining space and by night it transforms into an amazing space to indulge in glamorous cocktails, great music and superb company. The Meraki bar exudes an electric ambience with its chic bohemian style that combines modern glamour with a tropical feel. The bar space comprises two floors; the first is the bar lounge area and the second is the mezze and private VIP lounge. Both floors buzz over the weekend with resident DJs and some of the best cocktails made with exquisite and high-end ingredients and spirits. Some of our favourites include the £12 Black Swan. It is deep and dramatic with its honey-black tea flavours, passionfruit and lychee juice and stoli premium vodka. Another cocktail with a kick is the £12 Paloma. It is made with Cenote Blanco Tequila which is then offset with sweeter notes of pink grapefruit soda. For guests looking for sweet and botanical cocktails, the La Vida Loca made with Tanqueray No10 gin is a wonderful choice. It is reminiscent of a summery garden with its hibiscus, cranberry and fresh basil flavours.

Meraki does it all – it transports guests to the tropical paradise of Greece with its fare, design and ambience. By night it further emulates the festivity of the Greek islands with its wonderful cocktail selection, rhythmic music and chic lounge spaces. Meraki restaurant London is a gem in the thriving Fitzrovia area, and is the perfect dining destination for any occasion.


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Meraki Restaurant London Cuisine, Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: Mediterranean, European, Greek

Dress Code: Casual Elegant 

Area: Central

Address: 180 – 82 Great Tichfield Street, London W1W 7QT


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