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A photo of Dean Street Townhouse restaurant
4.5
Awesome(4298)
Price: Expensive
• British • Soho
Booked 104 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 Shack-Fuyu restaurant
4.5
Awesome(2300)
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • Soho
Booked 44 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 Old Compton Brasserie restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(4325)
Price: Moderate
• British • Soho
Booked 74 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 L'Escargot restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(428)
Price: Very Expensive
• French • Soho
Booked 27 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 Hakkasan - Hanway Place restaurant
4.5
Awesome(6277)
Price: Very Expensive
• Chinese • Fitzrovia
Booked 18 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.
A photo of Refuel Restaurant at The Soho Hotel restaurant
4.5
Awesome(2651)
Price: Expensive
• 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 Doppo restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(555)
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Soho
Booked 11 times today
Buzzy new independent in the heart of Soho serving Tuscan-inspired cuisine and a stellar wine list across cosy downstairs, with bar and window counter, and elegant upstairs dining room.
A photo of Flesh & Buns Covent Garden restaurant
4.4
Awesome(3918)
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • Covent Garden
Booked 60 times today
Flesh & Buns Covent Garden, from the team behind Bone Daddies and Shackfuyu, is located within the bustling Seven Dials area in Covent Garden. Inspired by Japanese izakayas, roughly translated as a pub or place designed for informal eating and drinking, Flesh & Buns is the first restaurant in London to specialise in gua bao buns (DIY filled steamed buns). Below street-level, the restaurant has a bar area offering bar dining for up to 10 people, serving a variety of sake brands and a diverse range of cocktails including the signature Frozen Yuzu Margarita, alongside the restaurant’s varied sharing food menu. Draped fabric ‘noren’ screen curtains surround intimate dining booths and transport diners to an authentic Japanese drinking den experience – bookable and ideal for groups of friends or colleagues meeting for lunch, dinner or Flesh & Buns’ ever-popular Sunday Brunch.
A photo of Berners Tavern restaurant
4.5
Awesome(4296)
Price: Expensive
• British • Oxford Circus
Booked 38 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.Marriott Bonvoy members can earn points on spend at Berners Tavern when their credit/debit card is linked to their membership. Not a member? Visit: https://www.joinmarriottbonvoy.com/emeaqr/s/EN-GB/ch/loneb
A photo of Bloomsbury Street Kitchen restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(535)
Price: Expensive
• Mediterranean • Bloomsbury
Booked 11 times today
Discover a distinguished sunrise to sunset destination at Bloomsbury Street Kitchen, serving an exquisite selection of contemporary Mediterranean and Japanese small plates, entrées and specialities, complemented by a diverse variety of wines, sake and signature cocktails.A perfect setting for dinner or alfresco cocktails on the intimate terrace, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen is also moments away from London’s most iconic theatres, museums and boutiques, making it an ideal place to enjoy a relaxed dining experience.Our design takes equal inspiration from Mediterranean gardens and minimalist Japanese aesthetic. Italian glazed porcelain tiles feature alongside exposed brickwork, whilst herbs and plant life such as Mediterranean olive trees and Japanese sago palms create a dynamic and atmospheric ambience both inside and out.Reserve your table today and choose whether to sit inside the beautiful restaurant or outside on our alfresco terrace – perfect for the warm summer months!

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  • ItaG
    London •5 reviews
    4.0
    Dined 1 day ago
    We have been here a few times as we love the food. The lamb dish never disappoints. It's delicious. The miso glazed aubergine poke bowl was very good too. Spicy tuna sushi was ok and so was the chicken yaki (skewers). We wanted to try the Japanese soufflé cheesecake but it was very dry and tasteless...we sent it back and they were very good at offering us a different t pudding so we had the delicious salted caramel donuts. Service was very good and attentive and we were invited to a frozen margarita to make up. We would still come back but order only the dishes we know we love. Baos and poke bowls are always great.
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    Flesh & Buns Covent GardenPrice: Expensive• Japanese• Covent Garden
    4.4
  • AngelaA
    London •3 reviews
    5.0
    Dined 2 days ago
    Great restaurant and lovely atmosphere. Service could have been a bit faster. We were going to the theatre and didn’t have time to have second course of 2 course menu due to timings. Still paid for 2 courses tho!
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    The Ivy Soho BrasseriePrice: Expensive• Contemporary British• Soho
    4.1
  • JamesL
    London •1 review
    5.0
    Dined 3 days ago
    I loved the design of the place, modern yet throwback vibes. I will definitely return next time I'm Central London. The pork belly was amazing, and 3/8 others had the cottage pie which they said was the best they've ever had. Many cocktails and drinks were had with no complaints, maybe other than wait time, but it was busy and we were a big table.
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    Old Compton BrasseriePrice: Moderate• British• Soho
    4.6
  • Johnf
    London •1 review
    5.0
    Dined 3 days ago
    Was very good and excellent service from Sebastian who explained all the various dishes. Be careful booking with open table as they price the tasting menu at £5 lower than the actual restaurant we were quoted £90 for two people and in fact we were charged £100. So probably best to book with the actual restaurant for accurate prices
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    Shack-FuyuPrice: Expensive• Japanese• Soho
    4.5
  • SuzeeQvip
    London •111 reviews
    5.0
    Dined 4 days ago
    As always, Dean St Townhouse doesn’t disappoint. We had a very leisurely drink at the bar before lunch. The service and food is always very good. We had a cosy table and nothing was rushed. It was busy and buzzy with a great atmosphere. My friend always says it serves the best steak tartare! We’ll be back.
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    Dean Street TownhousePrice: Expensive• British• Soho
    4.5
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