Manzi’s by Corbin & King

The affable duo behind some of London’s best known and most glamorous dining destinations including The Wolseley and Brasserie Zedel are behind this fish restaurant in Soho.

The restaurant takes over two floors of an old 1950s office building in the pedestrian-only Bateman’s Buildings to house the 240-seater venue. As well as a main dining room on the first floor and a bar and less formal space on the ground floor, the restaurant also has a large outdoor terrace. Expect it to be very affordable and egalitarian like Zedel. "But it won’t be as French as Zedel, there will be more British fish.” 

Named in tribute to the long-lamented Leicester Square restaurant of the same name, "Manzi’s is very much about ‘nautical’ themes against the background of being a Seafood and Pescatarian restaurant".

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Ideal For

Fresh-from-the-sea delights