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Bistro 1 - Frith Street
27 Frith Street Leicester SquareLondonW1D 5LE
This is a quaint little restaurant in the middle of Soho, I've been coming to this chain for years and now they are only down to one branch. Inside are beautiful coloured glass lamps, there are plenty of seats and even if it may look full they have extra seating downstairs, I've never needed to book.
They serve tasty Mediterranean style food at great prices, they offer a set menu for a...more
We had some "issues" with the breakfast buffet at our otherwise fabulous hotel in Piccadilly Circus / Leicester Square, so we were on the look-out for an alternative when we stumbled across Bistro 1 while wandering through SOHO one night. It looked like a nice spot, the sign said they opened at 8am, and the Breakfast menu looked good.
Note: This review is based on two visits.
I went here for lunch with my boyfriend on our 6-day trip to London. I enjoyed the decor of the place and the fact that outdoor seating is available. I must say that the staff seemed a little weird. They were polite but the politeness was obviously forced to the point where it made me feel a little uncomfortable. The food was good though and the portion sizes were more than enough. I ordered...more
I'm not sure how this place got recent reviews over 1 star but to each his own.
Not even the fact that I was inebriated could disguise the fact that the food here was just not good. My mates had the Mousaka and the Lamb something - both said it was uneventful. I had the cod fillet and not sure what contaminated waters they pulled it from but they tried to hide that fact by bathing it in...more
Meh is probably the most adequate word I could use to describe this place. It's ordinary, and as ordinary can get... Had the Turkish Spicy Sausage for a starter and a Sea Bream for mains. Note to self, never top sea bream with sliced smoked salmon. Those two don't mix good tasty y'all. Thankfully the sauce helped to mask the conflicting fish flavors. Not to mention, the turkish sausage was...more