Gut, voll, klein, hip. Teure (aber passende) Weine. Gute Musik. Cross-over Küche mit täglich wechselnder (handgeschriebener!) Karte. Ein Geheimtipp(?) in Soho.more
Intimate, cosy spot in Soho. I went with a friend but definitely seemed like a good date spot. The menu changes daily and is always full of unrecognizable words. In the past, I've like their vegetarian options like polenta and aubergine. Very friendly and nice waitstaff!
Also, be sure to try the orange wine!more
I came here with a friend on a Friday night after we couldn't even put our name down at another restaurant; the weekend restaurant scene in Soho is so aggressive and we were lucky to get two seats at the bar here. It's a cozy little restaurant with about half the seating on the ground floor at the bar and the other half at small 2 or 3 person tables. The menu changes daily and is written on a...more
I came in, had filtered coffee for £2.70 and 8 slices of salami for £4, flicked through their menu (several times), waited for my friends to arrive and left.
This is my Ducksoup experience... I am sure it is different story during warm days, but sitting at a cold restaurant? Not the best of experience.. It seemed they don't even have radiators.. I can ensure you, I am one of those people who...more
Loved this cute cozy little spot. Yummy small menu. Perfect music played throughout our visit which is played on the corner turntable. Our waiter was so nice as well as other staff. I could have stayed for hours in this perfectly lit little spot.more