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About Gauthier Soho
Having earned a star within a year of opening Gauthier Soho, Alexis Gauthier is described by Zagat guide as "...one of the Best New French food destinations in London...". With an emphasis on vegetables in all dishes, Alexis provides a seasonal tasting menu with the best possible ingredients (British where possible) for omnivores and a vegetable option, as well as an A la Carte and lunch option. All served in a chic Soho Townhouse where the staff really make you feel special. There are also five private dining rooms for parties of all sizes.
London, W1D 5AF
French, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 - 14:15
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday 18.30 - 21.30
Dinner: Friday - Saturday: 18:30 - 22:30
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7494 3111
Bring the magic of Gauthier Soho to your home. Outside catering available for private cocktails or full seated dinner. Enquire at the restaurant on +442074943111
NCP Chinatown and NCP Soho are both 5 minutes walk from the restaurant.
Piccadily Circus & Leicester Square Tube Stations.
Alexis Gauthier & Gerard Virolle
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Gauthier Soho offers a memorable private dining experience in the heart of Soho, with five rooms of varying sizes available for special occasions and business meetings.
Gauthier Soho Ratings and Reviews
My husband booked a table to celebrate my birthday. We were a party of five and given a room to ourselves at the top of the building. The service was excellent attentive but not overbearing and no effort was spared to ensure all was perfect. Menu was delicious and all my gf needs were catered for. We had a really lovely lunch complete with champagne and birthday candle. We will return!
The simple fact is, they seldom, if at all, get things wrong.
From the moment you walk in, the service it traditional and exemplary. The food & wine are delivered to impress and always hit the mark.
My fear is they will become a victim of their own success- but until that happens I will continue to enjoy a long lunch here.
First class dinner with friends, we went for the a la carte 3-course option (you can have more), we were treated to, canapes, amuse bouche and pre-desert on top of our menu choices also the bread selection is first class.
The presentation taste and textures of all of the dishes was excellent as was the service, the sommelier also is really helpful there are some super reasonably priced wines on the list.
Outstanding value for the quality.
Well worth a visit
The service was attentive but not intrusive - wonderful staff, so knowledgeable and friendly. The food was sublime and every course on the tasting menus - each beautifully presented - seemed to surpass the one before. From the heavenly signature black truffle risotto (please never remove this from your menu) to the melt in the mouth venison, every mouthful was sheer joy. The whole table are eagerly awaiting the announcement of the next tasting menus. We left content - both from having enjoyed an incredible evening and safe in the knowledge we shall return!
Special New Years Eve menu was superb. I had the Vegetarian option and didn't feel like I was missing out at all. This was a birthday visit for my husband and he loved his Meat/Fish tasting menu. As always service was fantastic and I ate far too much homemade bread! Gauthier never disappoints for a special evening out.
When coming to the U.K. this is always the restaurant we book in advance.,in fact we went twice in one week this time.The food is exceptional and the service is brilliant. The range of dishes to choose from is great and there is something for everyone.This is a must go to restaurant in London and we always recommend to family and friends.Cannot wait to go back!
After visiting Gauthier Soho previously with work colleagues I decided to purchase my husband a voucher for the deuluxe meal paired with wine and champagne for his birthday.
The service was excellent from the moment we arrived and the food simply divine. Starters of delicious lobster ravioli and the sweetest scallops followed by a fantastic venison main. My husband enjoyed his Duck dish very much as well.
The ambiance, presentation and ‘special touches’ that you would expect from a restaurant of this calibre meant that we both had a truly stunning meal and have already purchased more gift vouchers to come back again soon!
Many thanks to the team!
Went with friends as a Christmas present. We went for the three courise lunch deal with drinks (Two glasses of Champagne each instead of wine).
My starter was puy lentil veloute with chorizo which was simply delicious. My friend had the beetroot risotto which was presented beautifully. A real feast for the eyes and taste buds
Main course was guinea fowl cooked to perfection. Very moist and tender and full of flavour.
Dessert. I opted for the very dark chocolate tart. Intensely flavoured with a little pinch of salt to give the occasional sour note. Really lovely.
We were seated by ourselves in a back room where they keep some of their wine. A really private and intimate setting and we hardly noticed the odd staff member getting bottles for other customers. We have eaten here before and much preferred this table. Top Marks!
This was our second meal at Gauthier. As last year the food was exceptional. As a special lunch it represents great value and the opportunity to experience fine dining. All the food was stunning including the amuse bouche, breads and pre dessert. The wine matching we tasty. The champagne was OK (I've had better). The service is excellent, quite formal and in some ways a little too formal for me but I think that's a personal thing, the servers seemed a bit too busy to talk other than briefly explaining the wine or dish. I don't think we were asked if we had enjoyed the food though we did say. Only minor though as the room was nicely lit, was cosy even though it was lunchtime and the seats were comfortable.
Very pleasant and comfortable room. Well spaced tables. An atmosphere of calm.
The three of us had the £45 "version deluxe" lunch menu and sat at a corner window table on the ground floor.
Generous glass of good house champagne to start with. Wide choice of breads and pleasant amuse bouche whilst waiting. The duck ravioli was excellent and the mushroom risotto quite outstanding. A crisp and appropriate House white accompanied.
We all had the Guinea fowl which was plump tender and of just the right amount accompanied by imaginative "bits and pieces". The House red was quite surprisingly good.
Puddings were of similar quality though it was felt that the cheese offering did not quite display the same degree of imagination as the rest of the meal.
Finished off with excellent petit fours and a choice of coffees.
Frankly this is the best value lunch of such a standard that I have had in London and would have no hesitation in recommending Gauthier. We will certainly try to visit again.
This is where creative modern cuisine with classic roots meets 'old soho' in an elegant, stylish Georgian building. Well spaced tables and (unusually) a carpeted floor allows easy conversation. This is not a place to go if you enjoy noise, bustle and 'hi guy's' service. This is a restaurant with exceptional food and service in an oasis of calm without being stuffy or pretentious. The menu caters for vegans and meat eaters alike. The wine list is outstanding.
If they had rooms I might live there.
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