Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, Balans Soho Society, Old Compton St reflects Soho's eccentric ethos with its bohemian spirit, indulgent food, colourful cocktails and famous atmosphere. Living by the philosophy that too much of a good thing is a GOOD THING, their house specialities of steaks, seafood and burgers are joined by indulgent desserts as well as light bites and sandwiches. The opulently decorated restaurant also serves up contemporary cocktails, champagnes and has an impressive wine list.
|Average main course||£12.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Balans Soho Society
60 Old Compton StreetLondonW1D 4UG
- +44 (0)20 7439 2183
Top 5 reviews of Balans Soho Society
Arrived at London super hungry after a long flight, so my friend and I decided to grab a bite at Balans since it was two doors away from our flat.
Used to New York "bar food" we were not expecting anything extraordinary but I must admit we were wrong!
Their fish tacos are amazing(please make sure to order them) and also their scallops (not chewy at all)
Overall a pleasant experience... more
Walking the streets of London and found this gem
Very cool English Breakfast met expectations ! Covent Gardens more
Okay so my friends lied to me and said all food in London was terrible and be prepared !!!
This place was great! The flavor and taste of my breakfast burrito was so good. It rivals the states!
Granted this was a back up from the restaurant we wanted to go to called The Breakfast Club it was a great choice.
The atmosphere is cool too! Service was good but a little bit on the slower chill... more
So my other 4 friends and I booked a table to have a relaxed meal, what we booked was what we got, I had three cocktail, and a starter we all had the burger from a menu that was not too complex.
The staff was attentive, friendly and was relaxed in their style and attitude towards serving us. So knowingly that we were in the heart of the gay 'village' and we were all gay diners the staff was... more
Racially Profiled My First Night in London, how exciting!
Goes without saying I was excited for my first evening in London when we found this bar/restaurant.
The place was full for the most part, with a few unbussed tables in front and some empty tables I could see in the back. There was however no hostess to indicate if it was seat yourself service or wait to be seated.
After a... more