NOPI’s menu changes according to the seasons but signature dishes from head chef Ramael Scully include courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange and twice-cooked baby chicken with lemon myrtle salt and chilli jam. NOPI serves breakfast, lunch, pre-theatre and dinner menus.
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Venue Details & Map
21 - 22 Warwick Street
- +44 (0)20 7494 9584
An oasis of warmth and originality in Soho, Nopi is a classy, professional and adventurous restaurant.
Despite my reservation not being in the system (possibly an open table issue), the host took it in his stride and found a table for me without an issue.
Being led through the restaurant, the unique decor of all white tiles and brick, dimly lit through copper uplight fixtures, presented a...more
This is a fabulous restaurant! 100% recommend!
All our food was delicious, our cocktails and wines were beautiful and the service was fantastic.
A must for all foodies.more
Excellent food. I ordered a bunch of vegetarian dishes and was pleasantly surprised at the attention to detail in how they were prepared. Flavorful. Courgette and Manouri fritters are highly recommended.
You must reserve in advance. I had to change them a couple of times and they were most accommodating.more
One of my best friends just got dubbed Elite. So I gave her a restaurant challenge for my Birthday. Obviously, she used Yelp, and took me to NOPI. It was amazing, and you should go too.
My mother is a MASSIVE fan of Ottolenghi, and has been experimenting from his Jerusalem book for the past 3 years. My mum is an amazing cook so I was really excited about this.
The venue is a great...more
For the sake of this review let's generalise for a minute and split the world of restoration into two categories: the one that has dishes made tasty by a variety of strong flavours and ingredients aplenty, and the one that focuses on few ingredients, but REALLY good ones.
Nopi is definitely part of the latter category. It's your typical 'pay a lot for smallish portions' and yet you leave the...more