Dean Street Townhouse
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm;
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm;
afternoon tea Monday - Sunday 3:00pm - 6:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 12:00am, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
We were greeted at the door and seated promptly to a fully laid table away from the door which we appreciated.
The waitress was very attentive to the smallest of details which for someone working in the hospitality industry is a big plus;
The food was rightly seasoned, hot and just what we wanted.. would definitely recommend the Smoked Haddock Souflé which I was particularly impressed by. Dover sole, while excellently filleted by our waitress, came with a butter sauce which I found slightly heavy and the Brussels sprouts were perfectly cooked as well!
Will definitely be back soon!
A really lovely evening. Great staff, lovely food and only about £50 per head including wine! Brilliant.
Great reasonably priced afternoon tea, cute interior, and great atmosphere. A traditional setting without the overly expensive price of some of the more traditional places in London.
Always love going here for afternoon tea. Such a homely atmosphere and lovely staff. Very nice tea and friendly prices.
Food and service great and great value for money however far too many people allowed At the bar which made it impossible to have a conversation with the person opposite you without shouting, which really spoilt the evening.
very nice venue and staff. Food was good but pricey
The staff could not have been nicer. They werevery helpful about sorting out a really good table where there was not too much noise as I had asked for that. They also did a very nice birthday surprise for pur friend. But the food was not as good as it should have been. Not bad, just nothing special.
Been here a few times now and never been disappointed. Buzzy atmosphere, nice low lighting, tables spaced well enough, and extremely efficient, friendly service without being overbearing.
As mains we had mince & potatoes, and a fabulous, rich lamb pie - both great examples of classic British comfort food. There was a minor delay bringing them out, but the waiter offered us a couple of free glasses of wine as compensation. The bill - for a lovely warm bread boule, two starters, G&Ts, two mains, plenty of wine, fresh mint teas, and service, was £130 for two which I reckon was excellent value. Early evenings there is a pre-theatre set menu for 20-something pounds, which i have had & and is also excellent
Fab service, fab food (souffle was to die for!) - attentive staff and a cosy welcoming atmosphere! 10/10 Dean Street Townhouse!
Great atmosphere and food. Service generally very good though left alone for quite some time after main course, took a while to get dessert menu.
As visitors from out of town it was a great place for afternoon tea. Sunday’s can be very busy FYI
Dean Street Townhouse is a favorite of ours but this time despite having booked a table in advance we were kept waiting for 25 minutes. Service was then slow with drinks not arriving until the starters were set down. They seemed a bit overwhelmed.
Excellent in every way.
Had a great meal before the theatre on Saturday 1st. We all loved the restaurant!
The food is excellent, especially the smoked haddock soufflé!
Great food! Service and ambience could have been improved
Waiter got our order wrong and then forgot about us!
Nice and accommodating but would love to see plant based menu as a staple
Sat at a table eating my food,
People at the bar where pressing against me, one
Had a backpack on which was in my back.
Beautiful setting, terrific food, lively hot spot.
Cosy place for afternoon tea and great you can choose cakes rather than having to have a full afternoon tea. One waiter was fantastic and made us feel very well looked after. The other waiters were quite slow to help. But overall I still love the ambience here and will be back.
Love this place for their Afternoon Tea. It's stylish, cosy and friendly staff that looks well after you. Food was delicious and reasonably priced so I happily go back again and again. Also great for impressing your visitors and in the heart of London, so easy to go after the museum or shopping.
Just gorgeous. Everything from service to food and the wine.
Good experience but the service was quite slow. We did enjoy the brunch.
Lovely staff, great atmosphere, good food and wine!
We’ve eaten here a quite few times before and have always enjoyed it. This time we were disappointed. I ordered the mince and potatoes as I have done before, but it was so overseasoned that it was inedible. My husband had the burger. Again, usually lovely, this time it was way too salty. Our seats were practically on the floor making the dining experience uncomfortable and despite the heat and our request not to, the staff kept stoking the fire. Would I come back? Based on this experience, probably not. A shame because up until now it has been a favourite.
It took a long while for the food to come out (which matters on a week day lunch) and they made 2 mistakes with the order. I expect more precision from a restaurant of this calibre
Lovely lunch with girlfriends. We stayed for hours, caught up over a few glasses of wine and tucked into delicious, no nonsense, food. Loved the comfy seats and the roaring fire. Will definitely return.
A lovely setting with outstanding food and great value for money, will definitely be back!
The food and the service were excellent. We had the Pre Theatre Menu which was a reasonable price for what we had. Loved going back after the theatre to have our desert with a complimentary glass of proseco. Rounded off the evening beautifully. :)
Food was great. Staff is wonderful. I would definitely come back again.
Great value for money,shared the porter house steak which was cooked exactly how we wanted it,the service was excellent too,Highly recommend this restaurant in the heart of Soho London.
Lovely staff and huge portions for the Sunday lunch - very tasty!!
It was nice and the food was ok. It is so dark towards the back of the restaurant that it didn’t create the nicest of atmospheres. We had the roast chicken and to be quite frank I could have cooked it better at home myself. Lot of money for home cooked food.
Dean Street townhouse never seems to fail to deliver and this was no exception. Great food and cocktails
One of our favourite restaurants. Loving the new decor.
This was our second time of eating at Dean Street, we had friends staying with us from New Zealand & they loved it!
Good all round food, choice for everyone.
Our waiter was outstanding- friendly, attentive and was around when we needed him.
Highly recommend 😊
My third visit and I was not disappointed. My favourite starter, the smoked salmon soufflé was as gorgeous as ever. All food was delicious and the service excellent.
A most relaxing environment for sampling typically English food in a convivial environment.
Good food, reasonable selections of wines and beers. And great cocktails but the Bloody or Virgin Marys are a must.
A smart but casual restaurant staff helpful waiter service excellent professional and welcoming
Great wine and food
Acceptable prices. Love it there