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Fredericks is Islington’s longest established restaurant, operated by the Segal family since 1969.
Fredericks is Islington’s longest established restaurant, operated by the Segal family since 1969. Mackenzie Wheeler has carried out many projects at Fredericks over the years in response to changing customer demands, most recently creating the new Club Room to operate as a private dining room, meeting room, party venue and extension to the existing bar and restaurant.
It is the most visible element of a much larger project to extend the basement kitchens, reorganised staff accommodation and created a new fish shop on the street frontage. A unique feature of the room is the leather panelled walls that incorporate back lit photographs taken by the celebrated music photographer, Jill Femanoskvi, that has added a new, stylish and youthful dimension to this long established Islington institution.