Williams will mark the milestone with a specials menu showcasing the best of Odette’s from across the decade, alongside an exclusive £10 for two course lunch menu designed to thank loyal local customers for their continued support over the years.

mcith_odettes.pngWilliams shot to fame as a sous chef in 2006 by beating several established chefs to cook the fish course for the Queen’s 80th birthday celebrations on the BBC’s Great British Menu.

Williams’ first restaurant, Odette’s was the start of a portfolio that now includes Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias, a beach-front restaurant, café and bar on the North Wales coast that was opened in 2015, and Bryn Williams at Somerset House, opened in March 2018. His decision to keep the name Odette’s (given to the restaurant in 1978) came from the discovery that it was a location on the famed Knowledge test for London’s black cab drivers.

His menu offers modern interpretations of classical dishes, with a strong focus on sustainability, seasonality and provenance; much of the produce is grown by Bryn’s brother on the family farm in Wales.

A special anniversary menu will be available from 16th to 27th October, lunch and dinner, showcasing a selection of favourite dishes from over the years. 

Curried scallop, cauliflower & coconut soup, and salted grapes (£12), for instance, featured on the menu from 2008-2011, and is the favourite of a couple who have frequented Odette’s every Friday for the past decade. 

Odette’s Jaffa cake, mandarin, orange curd (£9), has been a staple on the menu for the past six years after being created to use up an excess of chocolate originally intended for a Bounty-inspired dessert. 

Odette’s will also be offering an exclusive £10 two course lunch menu from 16th to 27th October (excluding Sundays) – a token of appreciation to neighbouring businesses and local customers for their support over the years.


130 Regent’s Park Rd

Primrose Hill

London NW1 8XL