Spread over three floors, Michelin-starred Social Eating House 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
Dined at the social eating house during a trip to London for A's birthday dinner. We arrived at 6:45pm to take advantage of the prix fixe dinner option (available until 7pm). We both started with sea trout tartar to start, which was extremely fresh. We also supplemented the prix fixe menu with a duck rilette jar and popped chips on the side. For entrees, we ordered mac and cheese as well as a...more
We had a reservation on Open Table and started out upstairs at the Blind Pig, which was awesome. They came to get us to seat us downstairs after a short wait.
The menu is very gastropub-ish. It's pretty dark in the dining room and is pretty loud/lively, so it's different from the standard Michelin starred restaurant. On the back of the menu, you can see where everything was sourced from and...more
I had dinner with a friend here and we both opted for the early dinner set menu. I had macaroni and cheese as a main and the kentish cherry cheesecake for dessert. The food was delicious and filling, I especially liked the mushrooms and the croutons on my mac and cheese. What made the meal was our brilliant waiter, one of the best service I've had in a long while in Londonmore
Sommelier was not friendly at all. The waitstaff was also very strict about the time slot that we had, so we're rushing us throughout our reservation.
The food was good, but the service wouldn't tempt us to come back again.more
This is a review of the early dinner menu, served from 6-7pm Mon-Sat. You're supposed to inform them that you want this menu when you book your reservation. Overall enjoyed the meal. I really like the decor and ambience of this place- low lighting, wood paneled walls, fitting of a restaurant called the Social Eating House. The early dinner menu was 30 pounds for a 2 course meal, including a...more