Frederick’s was established in Camden Passage by Louis Segal in 1969, and has been run by the Segal family ever since. Originally a pub, converted into a private residence, then to a restaurant in 1970. Since then Frederick’s has grown further by installing The Conservatory in 1982, The Clarence room in 1990 and The Club room in 2014. One of the style-setting originals - this well-known restaurant institution is in the heart of the bustling antiques quarter. A spacious and vibrant restaurant with vaulted glass ceilings as well as a beautiful secluded summer garden. This is a relaxed, contemporary restaurant and bar with many private dining options, serving ambitious but not overly flamboyant modern European food with familiar yet focused service and an enviable wine list.
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