Please note that table sittings at Season Kitchen are restricted to two hours. Please bear this in mind when making your reservation.
Serving modern British cuisine in elegant surrounds, Stroud Green’s Season Kitchen & Dining Room is focused on seasonal, sustainable ingredients, crafting dishes that please foodies and casual diners alike. Known for their Sunday roasts and Cheapsteak Tuesday specials, Season Kitchen provides gourmet cuisine at prices that won’t break the bank. Open every day of the week except Monday, this contemporary English restaurant can be found on London’s Stroud Green Road.
The folks behind Season Kitchen & Dining Room are committed to sustainability, using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Featuring a garden with chickens behind the restaurant, the staff works hard to stay true to their ideals and in doing so, maintains a uniquely sustainable venture in London’s Stroud Green. Situated on Stroud Green Road, the restaurant is conveniently located near both Finsbury Park and Crouch Hill overground stations.
Head over to Season Kitchen & Dining Room when you’re looking to eat British cuisine the way it’s meant to be – fresh, hearty and unpretentious. The restaurant’s menu changes weekly, so guests are always offered something new each time they visit. Locals are invited to join Season Kitchen for Cheapsteak Tuesdays, which allow guests to sample a different steak every Tuesday night, using varieties like British-raised Wagyu beef or grass-fed Dexter. Sunday roasts are also popular occasions at Season Kitchen, and give guests the option to decide between three different roasts served with all the trimmings and a number of starters. Do yourself a favour and reserve a table in advance for this lovely restaurant in London’s Stroud Green.
We had an early dinner on a Friday, which was lovely. The service was great and atmosphere relaxed. 2 starters, steaks, vege sides and a bottle of wine for under £60 was really reasonable I thought! Would visit again.
Excellent local restaurant: fresh food, well cooked and served pleasantly - all at a reasonable cost. What more could you ask? Oh! A good smattering of local knowledge too. Great.
We love this restaurant. We always dine here before the Park Theatre. Staff very welcoming, wine delicious and food really good. We have the venison and char grilled cabbage - superb.
This is a lovely, quirky little restaurant, featuring beautiful, seasonal food cooked with considerable skill and love. It's one of our favourites – we'll be back.
The food is outstanding. The menu is varied and cleverly formulated. However, there are a number of places where this is the case. What sets the Season Kitchen apart is the fact that all of the staff really believe in providing an outstanding experience to the diner. Sometimes this will mean an individual going the extra mile - for us this meant serving us a sample of the Earl Grey ice cream that we had expressed an interest in, but was part of a dessert we didn't end up ordering, and then explaining to us how we might make it ourselves when we exclaimed in delight over how lovely it was. There are also however numerous touches that add to the experience but have clearly been thought out in advance - the bread served as an appetiser is beautiful and clearly homemade, and when we enquired about the ingredients they already had beautiful little recipe card made in advance that they gave us to take away. This place melds great food with wonderful service, and it comes together to result in a fantastic experience. Needless to say, we would recommend.
A cosy, intimate atmosphere with a brilliant host/owner. The chef took the time to come and chat to us about the gluten free options for my girlfriend who is coeliac, which shows how much not only the owner but the kitchen care about serving their guests to the highest standards. The owner was incredibly knowledgeable on the wine list, and his recommendation was great. The food also turned out to be incredibly tasty. I'd highly recommend this place to anyone who appreciates brilliant food and mid-upper level prices (this place is worth it).
Steak was cooked perfectly to order. Greens were delicious and perfectly cooked. Wine was delicious. However some of the food was over-seasoned (too salty) - the 'crinkle cut chips' were neither crinkle cut nor chips but deep fried potato chunks and very salty...there was even salt sprinkled ontop of the rosemary chocolate pot dessert - after the previous salt onslaught the chocolate pot was not sweet enough or chocolaty enough to warrant this. Portion sizes were variable - chocolate pot very small, poached pears were fine. We were also it appears charged for the tap water which is a restaurant first for me. Albiet only £3, but it was an unfortunate and rather miserly charge which instead of mentioning we just reduced the service charge we normally give. It doesn't exactly leave you with a warm glow.
Just the small and intimate restaurant we were looking for. Dinner for two on a Friday. Delicious selection of food and wine. Ordered the Mussels and a range of small plates/vegetable dishes to sample a larger range of the menu which was a great decision. Particular favourites were the Burrata and Fig dish and the fluffy light crispiness of the deep fried squid. Well chosen wine selection covering all budgets including some "weird" options which might try next time. Fair price. Good service. Convenient location for us (short walk from Finsbury Park on the mighty Victoria Line) Will be back!
We visited Seasons Kitchen for the first time on Friday, we really loved the place, we had a nice table by the window. The ambience was very good, the service was at the right level, the staff friendly and efficient. The food was first class, Baby squid was very tasty, the lamb was excellent, beautifully cooked and presented, we had the house wine which was very nice, we would definitely recommend Seasons Kitchen and hope to visit again in the near future.
Went to the Season Kitchen for Valentine's Day and it was great. We must have been one of the last booked tables at 9.30pm, and just about the last ones to leave, but never felt rushed. The set menu was expensive at £50 per head on that night, but the atmosphere, service and quality of food was high for us, so didn't mind this given the day that it was on. I'm a Finsbury Park local, and would go back again.