Open all day, from breakfast through to dinner, Whyte & Brown champions best quality, British, free-range chicken.
Dishes include roasted and grilled chicken and a choice of burgers, soups, pies, salads, casseroles, wings and croquettes.
Signatures include the Bangkok Scotch Egg with minced thighmeat and fresh Thai herbs and a grilled chicken Caesar Burger with coarselygrated Parmesan and Worcestershire sauce.
Free-range egg dishes range from a Risotto Scotch Egg encased with leek, spinach and lemon thyme risotto through to breakfast classics such as Eggs Florentine and Benedict.
At the weekend, Whyte & Brown serves wholeroasted and spatch-cocked chicken, stuffing, bread sauce, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and house-made gravy.
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Venue Details & Map
Whyte & Brown
- +44 (0)20 3747 9820
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Now I almost really loved this place, with a 5 out of 5 but what annoyed me was how pretentious things in food is getting ridiculous now, where if something looks nice versus actually getting food. I went here for dinner with my girlfriend and some friends, my friend ordered the croquette balls and it came in a steel cup. Inside the cup was a napkin filling up the cup more than halfway to make...more
Nice Restaurant! Good Food and wine! Not happy about the service! We he had to wait for our table. At the bar. The barkeeper send us away cause we were in his way just seconds after we left a old couple arrived stand in our spot at the bar and wasn't... That's really not ok!more
I have to say, having now been back 2-3 times, this is quickly becoming one of my favorite "spontaneous meet up for dinner" locations in Soho.
I've been with a large group, I've been with just a few other people, and each time the service is prompt and friendly. If you don't book ahead you might have to wait just a bit, but they are surrounded by some cool shops in Kingly Court, so you won't...more
SPRING HAS SPRUNG! Yes I'll say it, and I'll probably jinx it, but the big yellow ball in the sky appears to have returned (at least for this week). And what better way to celebrate the incipient UK springtime than to go somewhere you can pretend you're not in the UK at all.
The location is this place's biggest draw, with tables spilling out into the open-aired courtyard of that cute little...more
Some things about this place mean it should be a 5. Indeed, it's so nearly a 4 . . . but too many small errors drag it down to a 3.
To start, the positives. I'm not a chicken person. And this restaurant specialises in the stuff. Yet every dish I've eaten was delicious, to the extent that I've struggled to order something new each time because I just want to relive the previous experience....more