Set in Soho, Social Eating House serves bistro-style food in a relaxed yet modern environment.
Spread over three floors, it comprises a basement chef's table, a ground-floor restaurant and a top-floor bar. Under the direction of Paul Hood, Social Eating House is the third London restaurant from renowned chef Jason Atherton.
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Social Eating House
58 - 59 Poland streetLondonW1F 7NR
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
The cocktails were delicious. I loved the fun names too. The atmosphere was trendy and hip. Would be a great place to go for drinks.
Unfortunately the food was not what we expected. We looked at the reviews on yelp and four square and got really excited to eat here.
The food was EXTREMELY SALTY. We couldn't finish our plates because they were so salty. The food was very pretty to look at,...more
After searching for Michelin starred restaurants in UK, I have decided to put my money in the Social eating house. Well, the truth is that I've only been to the upstairs bar so far since that's what my budget can afford ( or not :p)
We arrived around 7pm, there was no line up but was instructed by the door man that we have to wait for around 20 mins since it's full inside. We waited for...more
Absolutely excellent spot by one of my favourite British chefs James Atherton. Full disclosure I only had drinks here at the upstairs bar (where half is reserve red for no reservations) and that's the 5 star review as I can't comment on the food, but the decor, lighting, art, music and exceptional attention to every detail really impressed me. Definitely book ahead no matter what.
Been to almost all of Jason Atherton's places in the city and this is another winner. Lunch on Wednesday wasn't too busy and mostly business lunch crowd. We had the scallops ceviche appetiser which my wife loved but I found there to be too much of the ceviche marinade on the plate overpowering the scallop. Needed an edit or a stronger fish. The lamb however was amazing. Had a number of takes...more
A low-ceiling, dark wood and reclaimed chairs filled den of men in suits and women in shift dresses. Great for a drink (reservation recommended) at the Blind Pig bar upstairs or a meal where you don't mind shouting over the noise.
I'm sad they don't do 'radioactive' drinks anymore as a result of patrons stealing the illuminated ice cubes. We asked for the craziest cocktails on the menu and...more