This Soho eatery focuses on contemporary Middle Eastern cuisines, with a particular influence from Jerusalem’s vibrant food scene. A selection of hot and cold dishes are prepared in the open kitchen, while dining is available at the zinc-topped bar.
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34 Rupert StreetSohoLondonW1D 6DN
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
+ great food served on stunning crockery
+ knowledgeable staff
+ great buzz for sharing with a friend
+ mmm, cocktail
- long queue
What a mix of fantastic food, not only prepared and cooked beautifully but served in a mix of decorative plates and containers.
The restaurant is hugely popular and has a waiting list of about 1-2 months if you want to book in advance...more
This restaurant is truly amazing! New special everyday and everything is fresh! The staff is very well trained and friendly. The cocktails are great I would recommend the pallor one which was my favourite.
I had such a nice experience there and the place is perfect for date or going by yourself ( if alone sit at the bar and you will have fun )
I can't wait to be backmore
Went here for lunch today with a PR exec client, as I've heard constant chattering that it's one of London's hottest restaurants. Though the fun and vivacious atmosphere pertained specifically to dinner, I immediately saw the potential when I walked in.
The vibe, the slick 30's decor, the jazz-funk soundtrack, the open kitchen bar (where I sat): all lovely. I didn't take one...more
This place is amazing. Please do NOT go so I can always get in and the buzz dies. The bar is the place to be but not a great space for waiting so be forewarned. Good staff and great service, amazing music.
My mind is exploding just thinking about the food there--everything will blow your mind.
It pains me to share this gem with the public, but need to keep my Gold Elite badge....so this...more
One word. Polenta. You'll be encouraged to get it and if you have even the slightly love of truffle it will delight you. Though it's near impossible to get a reservation at a decent time at Palomar, I'd say it's definitely worth booking ahead a few weeks in advance.
Food: I'd recommend starting with the mezze with side of special bread. If you do that two mains is more than enough food. I...more