|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (USD31.47) per diner|
£25 and under
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Forty Dean Street
40 Dean StreetLondonW1D 4PX
I'll confess that we only came here because we couldn't be bothered to queue at the more popular restaurants in the vicinity, but I was pleasantly surprised.
The restaurant is very lively and buzzy inside, and the music and candlelight create a really cosy atmosphere which was perfect for the chilly autumnal evening. The service was s-l-o-w - definitely not somewhere to come before a show or...more
The Hublet and I rented a fantastic little studio apartment on Dean Street via AirBnB and, having slogged our way through London to get there, we wanted somewhere convenient to eat before we dragged ourselves up 3-flights of stairs and collapsed for the night.
Forty Dean Street was such a wonderful find. Intimate, low lighting, comfortable seats and a nicely muted atomosphere. Service was...more
3.5 Stars. Had a really lovely little meal here. Fabulous bottle of reasonably priced Valpolicella Ripasso and delicious seafood linguini with a really nice tomato sauce and just the right amount/mix of fish and shellfish. The dessert was tasty as well (I had a chocolate brownie) but did feel a little like it might have been out of a packet and heated up. I really liked the atmosphere, it did...more
I've been there a few times. Once post-theatre, once for lunch to see a friend visiting London with her kids and once for dinner with old mates. I've had good experiences every single time.
This is not a place for an intimate first date because it's small and gets crowded and thus is a bit loud. It's not a place where you can just show up with a huge crowd and hope to find a table,...more
I joined my friends late (between main and dessert) for dinner on a Saturday. It became clear very quickly that there was a very slow service. This was the overarching theme of the evening, it turned out, and was exemplified by the time taken to take our dessert orders and bring them over (so slow my friend's gelato had partially melted into a pool of liquid...). I later found out that they...more