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Greek Street is probably the heart of Soho and L'Escargot Restaurant is surely the heart of Greek Street, one of London's most fashionable and well-established eateries. The ground floor restaurant, with mirrored walls and work by artists such as Miro and Chagall, buzzes with life and excitement.


Typical meal price From £26.00 per diner

£26 to £40

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Venue Details & Map


48 Greek Street
+44 (0)20 7439 7474

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 34 reviews

Top 5 reviews of L'Escargot

4.0 out of 5
22 August 2017
by Laura H.

A group of 5 went here before the theatre. We ate in the downstairs dining room, which is very attractive. Everyone but I chose to do the 2- or 3-course prix fixe. I wanted to have the namesake dish. The snails were good but honestly I have had them pretty much the same way anywhere else, so if you have had this basic French dish there is no need to go out of your way to come here. I had a... more

4.0 out of 5
19 October 2017
by Deric C.

Fabulous dining experience in this classy French restaurant. Foods price can be a bit up to the market but worth to try, they also do prix fixe menu from 12pm to 7pm which certainly cost less. It is about £19 for three courses meal. Restaurant has a classy nice decoration with red curtains and wall paper create a nice and warm atmosphere. The chandeliers hanging on the ceiling which reflected... more

2.0 out of 5
09 October 2016
by Kimmie M.

I was invited here for a birthday dinner and, unfortunately, I either selected my appetizer and main poorly or the food is just substandard. I had the French onion soup and it was far too cloyingly sweet and thick. It was like a caramelized onion chutney. I could not finish it and have had far better elsewhere. The duck confit was incredibly dry in too many places and I nearly choked on a... more

4.0 out of 5
03 June 2017
by mark b.

Ran across this place by accident. We were in London for a convention and wanted to eat in Soho. All the main restaurants were full and had 1+ hour wait times. We walked by and one of our clients mentioned that since I am French we should try the place. We went in way under dressed and had an exceptional meal. A gentleman named Marco waited on us and it was amazing. We stayed about 3... more

3.0 out of 5
03 March 2014
by Ally W.

I eat around Soho quite a lot, but never noticed this restaurant until my friend made a booking. I was excited to try it, but the experience was a bit underwhelming. Judging by the name, I thought it was a French restaurant, but I found fish pie on the menu, which screamed British. Not that I have any problem with it, just a bit unexpected. We ordered the name sake dish escargot and foie gras... more

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