Scallops with grit, lobster like rubber, sole cooked on one side and slimy on the other. Over rated and over priced give it a miss.
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A very nicely decorated restaurant. With most artwork by Damien Hurst. A very warm, friendly chatty welcome. Made us laugh and kept chatting throughout our visit. Good service but serving staff a little stuffy at times. Drinks menu a little on the dear side but...More
My husband and I ate here and both ate from the pre theatre menu. 3 options for each course. I had oysters, lamb belly and cheese. He had the blue cheese salad, the fish stew and the apple fritters. Pretty good value for money. Under...More
I came here a year ago with friends and was great, so thought I would return with my girlfriend a year later and was so gutted I did. It was like a different place. Now I know I should of said something when I was...More
I was here when there was a heavy snowfall so my fellow guests were running late due to disrupted travel. The staff were very helpful and allowed the table booking to be pushed back until they all arrived (around 2 hours late for the last...More
A really cool restaurant with a great menu. So much choice and all amazing dishes. Crabmeat starter and squid both excellent. I had liver with bacon for mains. All really excellent and just a great ambience.
Group of 8 at lunch. Ordered a variety of dishes from the menu, quick service and very attentive staff. Excellent steak (shared the porterhouse with a colleague) though slightly underdone,there was enough for me. The lamb (three ways) as well as the ribeye looked and...More
The food was average and two of the main dishes (Beef Ribs) were cold. Three of us had mussels to start but there was no bread on the table and no finger bowls. We had barely finished our starters and were served the main course....More
One of the best fish curries I’ve had in the last year, and the fish and chips weren’t bad either. This restaurant is a great find in Soho and the staff and ambience were lovely too.