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Dean Street Townhouse
71 Dean StreetLondonW1D 3SG
A nice and sincere posh gem of a spot in the affected grubbiness of Soho. Superlative service - they let me order from the breakfast menu even though a) it wasn't breakfast time, b) I was by myself, and c) it was extremely busy. I had the bramble porridge which, alas, was a bit too runny for my taste, hence the lack of 4 stars. My earl grey ("with lemon, please") didn't come with milk on the...more
I think Dean Street Townhouse (from here on out: DST) is very likely the type of place that changes vibe throughout the day. Some love it for brunch. Some are into its afternoon tea. SOME LIKE IT TO GET HAMMERED.
No, no, that was a bad way to start the review.
Um. Nights here, if you want to sit and not just bar-loiter (there's nothing wrong with bar-loitering) reservations recommended. They...more
I went there to have an afternoon tea with my mum for her birthday.
The price is 19.50£ each and I can say that was a beautiful and lovely experience.
We both had a fresh mint tea and the tray with the food was tasty and well presented.
Definitely worth a visit but remember to book (online or via mobile).
Staff is nice and helpful!more
I came here a mere three hours after an absurdly big lunch at Barrafina so unfortunately I was too full to fully enjoy Sunday night roast here. But I thoroughly enjoyed what I did manage to stuff down...
First off, I LOVED the bread here. I judge a lot of places by the bread they serve, and the loaf here is baked fresh, comes out warm, and is accompanied by this whipped butter spread. I...more
Can I just say how much I love and miss the Dean Street Townhouse? It was my go to place anytime I had to go to the Royal Opera House. Pre-theatre, Pre-Ballet, Pre-Opera...you name it I was there. The ambiance fed my soul in a way that had me excited the whole time I was dining. The Dean Street Townhouse was built in the 1730's in the classic Georgian style. Perhaps that is the age where I...more