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Restaurants near Dominions Theatre

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A photo of The Ivy Soho Brasserie restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary British • Soho
Booked 161 times today
Artworks, marble and onyx provide a relaxed, elegant backdrop for a vast, all-day British menu.
A photo of Dean Street Townhouse restaurant
Price: Expensive
• British • Soho
Booked 152 times today
In the heart of Soho, Dean Street Townhouse occupies numbers 69 and 70 Dean Street, a pair of Georgian residences built by carpenter John Meard in 1732-1735. The dining room and bar combines vintage armchairs, contemporary British art, wooden floors, and a open fire in the parlour, with a menu that incorporates British favourites for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
A photo of Flesh & Buns Oxford Circus restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • Oxford Circus
Booked 38 times today
Flesh & Buns was the first restaurant in London dedicated to steamed bao and Japanese drinking food. Expect fluffy steamed buns with gutsy fillings, plus loads more plates to share. This is unusual, yet addictive, Japanese-inspired food served in a Izakaya setting.
A photo of Berners Tavern restaurant
Price: Expensive
• British • Oxford Circus
Booked 70 times today
Berners Tavern, a restaurant by chef and restaurateur, Jason Atherton effortlessly blends historical charm with sophistication. It’s a place for all day dining and entertaining whether that’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Nestled within The London EDITION, situated on Berners Street in the heart of Fitzrovia in central London, this renowned restaurant boasts a dedicated street entrance, welcoming guests with open arms. Head Chef Andrei Poptelecan embarked on his culinary journey across Europe, honing his skills in various captivating locations such as Romania and the picturesque Greek Islands. In 2014, he joined the team at Berners Tavern as a Demi Chef and has since ascended through the ranks to his current position.
A photo of Refuel Restaurant at The Soho Hotel restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Modern European • Soho
Booked 1 time today
Set in one of London’s most stylish hotels, The Soho Hotel, REFUEL Restaurant is in the heart of the West End just moments away from the city’s popular theatres and nightlife. Designed by owner Kit Kemp, REFUELS’s interior is a vibrant mix of colour and contemporary art, including a mural painted by London-born artist Alexander Hollweg, which runs along the entire length of the oak and pewter bar. REFUEL is best known for its British menu with an emphasis on fresh and seasonal produce. Expect to find dishes such as confit pork belly, miso glaze with Swiss chard and poached cod, clam and parsley sauce. Also boasts one of Soho's best dessert menus with treats like English strawberries, vanilla and mascarpone tart; raspberry and white chocolate crème brûlée and Amaretto and lemon curd. A favourite with the media and creative industries, the bar is always buzzing and offers a wide choice of cocktails and spirits.
A photo of Tamarind Kitchen Soho restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Indian • Soho
Booked 46 times today
Tamarind Kitchen - a place to socialise, relax and enjoy some irresistible Indian sharing cuisine in Soho. For more information, visit tamarindkitchen.co.uk
A photo of Yauatcha Soho restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Chinese • Soho
Booked 10 times today
Yauatcha Soho, located in the heart of vibrant London, is an all-day dim sum teahouse offering a wide selection of modern authentic dim sum alongside European patisserie and an extensive range of teas, wine and cocktails. The design of the restaurant is a modern interpretation of the old Chinese teahouse. At the same time, the lighting and seating embodies the atmosphere of a vibrant ‘chatter shop’, similar to the traditional Hong Kong dim sum restaurants. The restaurant offers Cantonese dishes with a modern influence, with an extensive range of steamed, baked, grilled and fried dim sum such as Yauatcha’s signature dishes of Scallop shui mai and Venison puffs.
A photo of Bocconcino Soho restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Soho
Booked 48 times today
Amid Soho's vibrant streets, Bocconcino’s newest opening merges the traditional charm of Italian gastronomy with the contemporary vibe of Soho. The restaurant's design captures the essence of modern Italian aesthetics, with refined interiors boasting warm earthy tones and marble accents, whilst the menu plays homage to Bocconcino’s original Forte dei Marme roots.The second opening from Bocconcino, rated one of Conde Nast Traveller's 'Best Italian Restaurants in London', and nominated for 'Best Luxury Restaurant' and 'Best London Restaurant' in the 2023 British Restaurant Awards.Every Friday and Saturday night and Saturday Brunch, our ground floor comes alive with live resident DJs setting the tone for the start of the weekend.
A photo of ROKA - Charlotte Street restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Japanese • Fitzrovia
Booked 5 times today
Happy Hour Shochu LoungeWednesday – Friday5pm-7.30pmOn walk in basis onlyROKA Charlotte Street serves contemporary japanese robatayaki cuisine in striking yet informal surrounding in the heart of London’s media district.In warm weather the glass walls open onto the street outside creating a semi-alfresco ambience throughout. During summer, outside tables are available for dining.The Shochu Lounge is the bar and lounge area beneath ROKA charlotte street. The award winning Shochu takes its name from Japan’s other national drink - Shochu. Known for serving traditional and contemporary cocktails as well as homemade tonics in this intimate basement lounge bar where guests can also enjoy ROKA dishes from the kitchen. Please note Shochu Lounge is open Friday and Saturday only for dinner service.Shochu lounge operates an over 21 years old policy.
A photo of Hakkasan - Hanway Place restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Chinese • Fitzrovia
Booked 13 times today
With 12 restaurants across the globe, located in the United States, Middle East, India, Asia and Europe, Hakkasan offers guests a world-class culinary experience. Established in 2001 in London, Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original Hakkasan restaurant. Now, two decades later, Hakkasan Hanway Place continues to offer guests exceptional modern Cantonese cuisine, innovative mixology, and dramatic design. The menu uses the finest ingredients and expert traditional techniques to create timeless yet innovative signature dishes such as the Chilean Seabass and Crispy Duck Salad. The wine list is one of the most influential in the industry, and the bar team ride the waves of innovation, ensuring they are always ahead of the curve.
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