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Dean Street Townhouse

71 Dean Street
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4.0 out of 5 based on 111 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Dean Street Townhouse

3.0 out of 5 13 September 2016
by Vivian D.

Maybe more like a 3.5, but I didn't love my meal so I'm keeping them at 3. Good atmosphere, very dark but has that old London feel, also the chairs are so comfy! I could have just dozed off. The service was so-so, and the water cups were so tiny and I was dying of thirst so I had to ask 100 times to get a refill. Otherwise, everything was adequate and OK. The salmon souffle is really good!...more

4.0 out of 5 10 September 2016
by Cecilia M.

The service was tentative and our meal came out around $35 pounds. We tried the black pudding for the first time and my boyfriend loved it. The eggs Benedict was okay. I loved the small and intimate atmosphere. My breakfast kept me full for more than half the day.more

3.0 out of 5 26 March 2016
by Alex S.

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

4.0 out of 5 2 December 2015
by Angela W.

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

5.0 out of 5 20 August 2015
by Hina M.

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, 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

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