NOPI’s menu changes according to the seasons but signature dishes from head chef Ramael Scully include courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange and twice-cooked baby chicken with lemon myrtle salt and chilli jam. NOPI serves breakfast, lunch, pre-theatre and dinner menus.
Venue Details & Map
21 - 22 Warwick Street
- +44 (0)20 7494 9584
Top 5 reviews of Nopi
Was beyond excited to try NOPI as I'm obsessed with the ottolenghi cookbooks. I sat at the bar as I was dining solo on a business. The bar tender was super friendly and didn't make it awk at all like sim do with a solo diner. I asked him for a few suggestions on popular dishes as well as how many to order.
I chose the roasted aubergine with labneh and pistachio, rainbow trout, and a side of... more
Surprisingly underwhelming. Lured by an available 6pm reservation and an abundance of stellar reviews, my boyfriend and I were excited to dine at Nopi. The interior is contemporary yet classic, with a primarily white and gold decor scheme, and romantic low lighting. Elegant, but still casual-no dress code. The staff were all genuinely friendly, welcoming, and knowledgeable of the menu. Our... more
This is a nice buzzy place Good atmosphere
Portions way too small though . We all had a starter and shared . burrada was good rest were tasty but mostly vegetarian based
Sweetbreads were ruined in a deep fryer
I had a great but minuscule halibut with a grilled but tasteless Bok Choi
It's not cheap five people starter main tap water one carafe of wine and three coffees one dessert 300... more
Going to NOPI was at the top of my list of things to do while visiting London and I was not disappointed at all! My husband and I enjoyed every dish we ordered (beetroot, green beans, burrata, courgette fritters, and dessert) and are excited to go home and try to recreate some in our own kitchen!
As a vegetarian, it can be limiting to go to most restaurants and only be able to choose from a... more
Green beans, coconut sambal, cucumber, pumpkin seeds: (2 stars)
Sea bream, tamarind rasam, curried potato: (3 stars) cooked well but little flavor
Spiced potato cake, tamarind, pine nut yoghurt: (1 stars) zero taste
Ottolenghi roasted spiced nuts: (5 starts) great flavors
NOTE: Extremely tiny portions, very little flavor, and very high prices for quality of food more