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A photo of Cecconi's Pizza Bar restaurant
3.7
Very Good(818)
Price: Moderate
• Pizza Bar • Soho
Booked 25 times today
Cecconi’s Pizza Bar is the newest addition to our collection of Cecconi’s Italian restaurants and the first pared-back version with a pizza focus. Located in London’s Soho and open until late, Cecconi’s Pizza Bar serves drinks, including Aperol spritz and negroni on tap, alongside classic cicchetti, wood-fired oven pizzas and spaghetti.
A photo of Old Compton Brasserie restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(4409)
Price: Moderate
• British • Soho
Booked 72 times today
An all-day brasserie in the heart of Soho, committed to bringing to the neighbourhood great food, wine, beer and award-winning cocktails. Old Compton Brasserie was created out of a desire to address the needs of the local creative community, it serves as a drinking and dining destination that boasts a vibrant yet relaxed setting. Modern, seasonal and fresh, the menu features an inventive range of British favourites as well as signature dishes.
A photo of Shack-Fuyu restaurant
4.5
Awesome(2324)
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • Soho
Booked 39 times today
Shack-Fuyu, from the team behind Bone Daddies and Flesh & Buns, is located in the heart of Soho. Inspired by Japanese Yoshoku cuisine, the Western-influenced cooking style popular in Japan, Shack-Fuyu serves a regularly changing menu designed for sharing, as well as a lunchtime menu comprising a range of filled bao buns and side dishes. But currently offering a reduced menu for outdoor seatingThe restaurant offers both cozy booths and intimate tables for couples, as well as a communal sharing table, casual counter dining and a private dining room seating 18.
A photo of Dean Street Townhouse restaurant
4.5
Awesome(4338)
Price: Expensive
• British • Soho
Booked 131 times today
Located in the heart of London’s Soho, Dean Street Townhouse is set inside two Georgian buildings and offers an all-day menu with a focus on British classics, including a traditional Sunday roast, English breakfast and afternoon tea. The dining room and bar feature vintage armchairs, contemporary British art, wooden floors, and an open fire in the parlour, while the front terrace offers views of Soho. For tables of up to 14, The Snug offers semi-private dining, or take over the parlour for standing events of up to 40. For more information, please contact privateevents.centrallondon@sohohouse.com.
A photo of L'Escargot restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(463)
Price: Very Expensive
• French • Soho
Booked 23 times today
L'Escargot is London's oldest and most celebrated French restaurant serving classic French provincial dishes. It also has a great cocktail bar with reasonably priced cocktails and all day dining. Upstairs in the cocktail Bar there are live music acts every weekend.The restaurant has welcomed luminaries such as Coco Chanel, Charles de Gaulle, Maurice Chevalier, Laurence Olivier, Lucien Freud and Francis Bacon. Princess Diana was a regular and to this day the restaurant is the home of many celebrated personalities.It is located close to all the major West-End theatres, which makes it an excellent pre and post theatre dining spot.
A photo of Café Boheme restaurant
4.2
Awesome(1477)
Price: Moderate
• French • Soho
Booked 42 times today
In the heart of London’s Soho, Cafe Boheme has been serving French classics for over three decades. Offering an all-day menu centred around French favourites, including confit duck, steak frites and escargots – all dishes are based on traditional recipes. The brasserie is inspired by the 19th-century poets who used to meet on Old Compton Street and features art-lined walls, a brass bar and mosaic tiled floor. Head outside and dine al fresco for views across Soho or join us at the bar everyday from 3pm for live jazz.
A photo of The Ivy Soho Brasserie restaurant
4.1
Excellent(10649)
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary British • Soho
Booked 162 times today
Artworks, marble and onyx provide a relaxed, elegant backdrop for a vast, all-day British menu.
A photo of Forty Dean Street restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(3463)
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Soho
Booked 48 times today
Forty Dean Street is the pinnacle of affordable Italian cuisine in busy Soho. We are a small, family run restaurant dedicated to providing incredible food at incredible prices. Our set menu boasts a variety of sensational dishes built around fresh, seasonal produce and has customers coming back on a daily basis. Our à la carte menu is a favourite with our regulars, the media crowd and tourists alike.Italian food has been served at Forty Dean Street for more than 17 years, so we like to think there’s nothing we haven’t mastered. So pop in for an Aperol Spritz!We are fully Covid-19 certified by Food Alert.
A photo of Hawksmoor Seven Dials restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(12536)
Price: Expensive
• Steakhouse • Covent Garden
Booked 111 times today
Hawksmoor Seven Dials is a short walk from Covent Garden & Seven Dials. The restaurant is a perfect place for steak dinners, seafood and Sunday roasts.
A photo of The Ivy restaurant
4.5
Awesome(4464)
Price: Very Expensive
• Modern European • Covent Garden
Booked 169 times today
The Ivy restaurant has been a firm fixture on London’s dining and social scene since 1917. The restaurant and private room upstairs are the epitome of real glamour. A shimmering central dining bar in the restaurant draws admiring attention, and the signature harlequin stained-glass windows, oak panelling and striking contemporary art collection ensure the longevity of this very British of dining institutions. Executive Chef Gary Lee creates balanced seasonal menus, featuring Ivy classics, but accounting for today’s tastes, incorporating more Asian dishes, salads and vegetables, and the advent of a “sea and shells” section. Director Fernando Peire leads a strong and experienced team to deliver the unfaltering service for which The Ivy has become well known over the years. The Ivy welcomes customers without reservations at the central dining bar, where the A La Carte and Set menus are both served.

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