The Ivy Soho Brasserie
Decorated with artworks inspired by Soho’s music scene, as well as William Blake (Broadwick’s most famous resident), the space is made up of a restaurant, bar, private dining room and terrace with Parisian-style seating. Open seven days a week, the modern British menu will be available from dawn till dusk for local workers, residents, shoppers and visitors to enjoy. Being located in Soho, the brasserie will have a DJ spinning music every Friday and Saturday from 7pm and on weekends during brunch until close.
The Ivy Soho Brasserie’s look and feel has been created by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and notable features include an onyx bar, bronze pendant lighting, marble floor tiles, polished parquet and a mixture of burnt orange leather and velvet banquettes and bar stools.
We had a lovely meal, great wine and excellent service by Thasos. The ambience was just right and we really liked the atmosphere because there was music in the background which made the occasion feel more lively with just two of us dining. We will definitely return and bring more friends next time.
Great atmosphere, service and food! Would definitely recommend.
Lovely place and nice food, but the music was so loud!! It was really hard hearing what anyone around the table said.
I took my 80 year old parents to the Ivy for a meal. I am very familar with the brand and concept and have been to many of the restaurants. I see them as a traditional/ good quality brand. Upon arrival it seems they now have a live DJ playing in the restaurant, so loud that I thought I was in Ibiza. Totally inappropriate for a meal setting. We couldnt hold a conversation.
The service was slow, we sat down at 7.15pm but our food didnt arrive until 8.10pm.
One dish was cold. The rest were fine.
They had a problem with the plumbing and all the ladies toilets were not flushing!
Overall I feel the brand has gone down hill, there are much better alternatives and wont be rushing back. Its no longer a safe bet for a meal with parents.
The restaurant was beautiful a lovely ambience and tasty food. Unfortunately the service was so bad not the staff just the fact they don’t have enough employees working for the quantity of tables and people.
We waited 45 minutes for our starters and then had to kept asking for our missing drinks and then Mains. We also had to be somewhere afterwards so it ended being quite rushed and we were out for my mums birthday.
It could have just been a bad night as I’ve been to a ivy before and it was fab.
I have been to The Ivy on several occasions. This time the levels of service wasn't great but once I mentioned to the Manager they did improve. A very busy afternoon and great atmosphere.
The staff were very good and polite . We have been to several Ivy restaurants and rate this above Canary Wharf but below West Street which is our favourite and where we are going again next year
We have a lovely lunch and was seated at a corner table which was nice, the food was fantastic and atmosphere was great. The music was slightly loud but we did not mind this.
Really lovely place for a nice lunch. The service is impeccable and the food is always to a high standard.
Our waiter was incredibly nice and made the experience even more enjoyable!
Great dining experience, lovely food, freindly service lively atmosphere on a Saturday night.
A wonderful setting, we were slightly late and the restaurant accommodated with it. Food was absolutely superb and very high end. The service was brilliant, the staff were always on hand to serve our drinks and food and take orders. The cost was vary fair and definitely reflected the quality of food.
The only downside I could see what’s the music didn’t reflect the restaurant well. House music just doesn’t go in a venue like that. Just a thought thought.
Besides the music choice which we really didn’t mind may I add. It was a brilliant venue with impeccable food and service
We will be returning and I’ll be telling all my family and friends how amazing it is
We went for a joint birthday dinner with friends - great buzz and thought food was pretty good - great prawn cocktail and very generous portions and everyone enjoyed mains . Very well priced I thought (ie lots of mains around the £14/15 mark). Only niggle was service - waiters and staff all really friendly and helpful just felt not enough of them - eg bread arrived after starters, same with a couple of sides and often asking for top up of wine which was being kept cold somewhere on the other side of the room - but enjoyed and would go back
Lovely atmosphere as usual, service was pleasant and the food is always good. Will be back again!
All good but far too noisy. Could hardly to accross the table.
Service was very good if a bit naive (our waiter didn't know the menu very well eg insisting that the Lemon Sole couldn't be served on the bone).
For the most part the food was also good, but once again and across several branches, it seems their chefs can't cook Lemon Sole very well.
All three portions of ours were very overcooked and had the texture and taste of soggy cotton wool. A shame.
High end venue but did not live up to expectations mainly die to fact that we had to deal with very unprofessional behaviour from the Maitre D who made us feel very uncomfortable on several occasions by arriving at our table pressuring us in to vacate although we were still within our allocated time slot. We felt this was unbecoming of a supposedly high end establishment such as this and rather spoilt our evening. We will not be returning.
Food, although expertly prepared was cold and this let it down. Staff service however was very good which is why we paid the service charge. Overall though we felt the experience was poor.
Love the feel and look of this restaurant. The staff were excellent and the food very good. Good value for money. I will definitely return.
Our first visit for breakfast. It proved to be a relaxed leisurely experience with good service. Overall the food was average - no real bad points. At £55 for 2 November not especially cheap though fine for occasional breakfast out in a nice space. Cote Soho would be a cheaper option in the area.
Great place, fabulous food, friendly staff, vibrant atmosphere. Drinks were slower to arrive than expected, nobody minds waiting with a drink in hand. The food however was served quickly and efficiently. Not the biggest of portions but neatly presented with lovely flavour.
we had a bad experience. The food was late because of a delay in the kitchen. and once ready the whole tray was dropped aand all the meals had to be prepared again
A quick bit to eat at the bar whilst in town for early xmas shopping was well served by friendly waiters!
Thank you for always making my visits so memorable.
Loved it so much that we ended up moving to the bar after our reservation and stayed all night!
Even on a Wednesday night this place was jumping! Despite being rammed the service was slick and on point, we will be back very soon.
Our waiter was fantastic, Marin I think was his name ( sorry if it's spelled wrong!) He made the experience exceptional.
Went for a lovely family dinner, a nice leisurely pace with tasty food and friendly service.
Maybe a bit big and impersonal for my liking but couldn't fault it for food and service.
The Ivy know what they're doing and The Ivy Soho is the best in my opinion, glamorous and lively. A great spot to start the evening.
This was a pre theatre meal, the set menu was reasonably priced and the portions were not stingy at all. Drinks were well mixed and plenty of affordable wine options. well worth a visit
A regular spot for me when wanting to show out of town friends the sites of central London. It never fails to impress!
We have visited the Soho branch several times and it has never failed to deliver good food and great service from the moment you walk through the door. Our table service this time was by I think Antos from Greece. On the day of iur visit it 2as only his 2nd day at The Ivy but he was so efficient and professional, one would never have known it, a really credit to Ivy.
I was surprised at the quality of the food. Being an offshoot of a well known establishment I did not have high expectations. However the dishes were beautifully presented and more to the point were flavoursome and perfectly cooked. The wine list is relatively expensive but to be expected for central London. The waiter service was spot on. Would not hesitate to return.
The ivy brand deserves to thrive they have got everything right. The menu covers all tastes, they offer value for money in great surroundings with excellent food and friendly staff.
I cannot fault it go....
We had a great time catching up with friends here, if a little noisy.
If you can get one of the banquette seats at the front it is just the best place to people watch. service and food were great.
A quick lunch with the Ivy Soho, shepperds pie and peas, a classic! paired with a glass of pinot noir, went down a treat.
Simple elegance with great food and service, a new favourite!
Thanks for an amazing evening, as always! I'll be back!
Having hear about this restaurant from friends we thought we would try it out whilst in town. The same food and service that we are used to from our local Ivy in York but the restaurant itself is stunning. Well worth the trip.