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Woodhead Restaurant Group launches 64 Goodge Street in Fitzrovia

Sam Harris

Shaftesbury Capital has announced that Woodhead Restaurant Group, owned by William Lander and Daniel Morgenthau, has opened the eponymous 64 Goodge Street, a new Gallic-inspired concept in Fitzrovia.

Sam Harris

64 Goodge Street is Woodhead Restaurant Group’s fifth restaurant in total, and third to open in Fitzrovia, following the Michelin-starred Portland and Clipstone. It occupies 1,600 sq ft, providing 34 covers and a private dining room for an additional 10. Taking its inspiration from a combination of traditional French bistros and British farmhouses, the restaurant features an open kitchen and separate bar.

Executive chef Stuart Andrew has developed the menu in homage to traditional French cuisine, including snail ‘bon bons’, rabbit niçoise, lobster vol-au-vent, and gateau marjolaine. The wine list places great emphasis on classics, focusing particularly on the Burgundy region.

William Lander, co-owner of Woodhead Restaurant Group, said:

“We are thrilled to have expanded our presence in Fitzrovia with 64 Goodge Street. A thriving neighbourhood that has gone from strength to strength in the eight years since we made our debut in the area with Portland, Fitzrovia is the perfect home for our latest concept. 64 Goodge Street will offer excellent quality food, wine, and service in a relaxed but polished setting. The difference will be the menu; our head chef Stuart Andrew has drawn on his formative years in Paris to create something more Gallic in its influence, a slightly more elevated experience than its much-loved neighbourhood stablemate Clipstone.”

Andrew Price, Executive Director at Shaftesbury Capital, added: 

“64 Goodge Street further strengthens our portfolio in Fitzrovia, joining the unique line-up of destination dining concepts offering an unrivalled choice of global cuisine. Woodhead Restaurant Group have operated around here for many years to great acclaim; they understand what really appeals to all those that live, work, and visit this historic West End neighbourhood.”

Sam Harris

The signing of 64 Goodge Street follows the opening last month of MealTime Malatang’s European debut restaurant, also on Goodge Street. Shaftesbury Capital’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood has a strong line-up of F&B operators. The area comprises Goodge Street, which combines a diverse East and Southeast Asian line-up with a thriving grab-and-go offer to cater for the growing number of students in the area, as well as Charlotte Street, which is home to some of London’s most highly regarded chef-patron restaurants.


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