Greek Street is probably the heart of Soho and L'Escargot Restaurant is surely the heart of Greek Street, one of London's most fashionable and well-established eateries. The ground floor restaurant, with mirrored walls and work by artists such as Miro and Chagall, buzzes with life and excitement.
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48 Greek Street
I eat around Soho quite a lot, but never noticed this restaurant until my friend made a booking. I was excited to try it, but the experience was a bit underwhelming. Judging by the name, I thought it was a French restaurant, but I found fish pie on the menu, which screamed British. Not that I have any problem with it, just a bit unexpected. We ordered the name sake dish escargot and foie gras...more
Presentation and service was great, but the food doesn't really live up to expectations, which made the whole experience seem way overpriced. Quite disappointing.more
L'Escargot stands apart from everything else on Greek St as a fancy restaurant. It looks like it used to be a house in the West End which has been converted into a restaurant. We were welcomed by the friendly staff and taken to a corner booth for two: the best restaurant seating arrangement!
The restaurant was surprisingly empty, but it may have been because this was the Monday of a long...more
I'm french) and after several months spent in England, I missed my home food. Thanks to l'escargot, I know where to go!!!
The inside is aesthetic and graceful, it was maybe a bit too much. Every restaurants are not like that in France but I understand that they want to provide a french experience. The service is remarkable. Our waiter was the best . What's about the wine list? Massive and the...more