One of London’s hidden gems, Quo Vadis in Soho offers a daily changing menu of fresh British cuisine in elegant surroundings. From breakfast through to lunch and dinner, the menu includes beautifully curated classics, from pie & mash, to fresh fish, oysters, and grouse.
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26-29 Dean StreetLondonW1D 3LL
Stopped by for a quick breakfast before a meeting. Looks lovely inside and the staff were nice. I was the only table there and thought I would keep it simple by having scrambled egg on toast. I then had to wait 25 minutes for it to come out. Not sure what the delay was. It also tasted funny and I had to coat it in black pepper to give it some flavour. May be a bad day but not sure if I would...more
The staff was super friendly. Fancy environment and food was also great. I had a beef (see the picture) and it was really good. A friend had the duck and another one had the pork cheeks, everyone was very satisfied with their orders. I recommend it.more
Appears to be hugely over-rated. Very average starter and main course, only partly compensated for by a strong pudding - a good variation on Eton Mess. Service was extremely slow and the wine expensive, if decent enough.more
We have started to visit this restaurant every time we are in London, from Dundee in Scotland.
We cannot speak highly enough about this place. Everything is absolutely perfect, from the food, service and staff.
Top quality cooking at reasonable prices, but be advised to make a booking at the busier times. They also have a small bar downstairs to have a drink at whilst waiting if you want and...more
On the last night of my trip to London, the pressure to do something super-special was alive and kicking. Our fave little neighbourhood, Soho, would be hosting me and my friend one last time. But which restaurant... after much research we narrowed the options down to three within walking distance of one another - an axis of non-evil if you like...
The first looked a little creepy and...more