|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Dean Street Townhouse
71 Dean StreetLondonW1D 3SG
Top 5 reviews of Dean Street Townhouse
Want to feel like a proper grown up? Dean St offers an elegant but unstuffy dining experience. It's has great atmosphere.
We came for breakfast during the week and it was fab to have just enough buzzy-ness without it being totally packed to the gills. I had the eggs florentine and the poached eggs were perfectly cooked it came with loads of wilted spinach too so I felt quite virtuous... more
We stayed at the Dean Street Townhouse while in London. We were traveling with our 25 year old daughter, so we had two rooms. From their category of rooms, we had a "bigger" and a "smaller" room. Gaby from Dean Street kindly arranged for two rooms that were right next to each other, which was ideal.
The rooms were both lovely with character and charm that exceeded our expectations. A... more
Sorry but very disappointed in this spot in the heart of Soho. First the great! Wonderful interior, snuggle or lounge, you can do both on their decadent red leather, bench seats! One of the best cocktail lists I have seen in London and the composition is extraordinary. The starters were fantastic. Service solid up to a point. My scallops were perfectly prepared and innovative in their... more
Went here for a business dinner. Really nice decor, comfortable and upscale. Got a couple of beers at the bar to start, Camden Pale Ales which were quite nice. However they were out of our first choice selection.
Then off to our table which they held for us for 15 extra minutes while we lingered with the beers.
Menu is very English. I ordered a salad to begin of a special local tomato.... more
I love that they served a complimentary loaf (yes, an entire loaf!) of sourdough bread. The treacle tart was also really darn good. Unfortunately, all of this was overshadowed by entrees which I thought were ordinary and overpriced. We ordered the sea bass and crab salad. Judging from others' reviews, it looks like Dean Street Townhouse might be more geared towards afternoon tea than dinner. more