Spread over four floors with each level varying in design, food, drink and atmosphere, ‘SMITHS’ of Smithfield has something for everyone – whatever their mood or budget.
The all-day dining destination uses fine seasonal produce to serve classic British dishes within the setting of the Grade II listed building, which was lovingly restored by the ‘SMITHS’ team after standing empty for over 40 years. The distinctive New York style feel of the restaurant’s interior, complete with open spaces, blasted brickwork, big windows and comfy leather seating, where guests can indulge in the unbeatable taste of British cuts and speciality drinks within a comfortable and relaxed environment.
Fast facts of Smithfield
Did you know?
- The impressive building was lovingly restored by the ‘SMITHS’ team with architects Wells Mackereth, having stood empty for over 40 years.
- The legendary William Wallace was hung, drawn and quartered in Smithfield.
- Smithfield was the place where jousting and tournaments took place.
- Smithfield Market has been trading meat for more than 140 years in a massive hall opened in 1868.
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