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Inspired by the 'new-style' bistros of Paris, Alex Harper (formerly head chef at The Harwood Arms) and Mark Jarvis (chef-patron of Anglo) have teamed up to open this Mayfair bistro, just off Oxford Street.

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9.45 pm

Neo Bistro Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Neo Bistro Restaurant in W1C, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Neo Bistro restaurant.
Andrew K
A real oasis in an otherwise unappealing ar...
Reviewed 13 days ago

"A real oasis in an otherwise unappealing area. Strange that Saturday evening is a tasting menu only, given it is in tourist country - walk-ins were rather put off, and missed out on a treat."

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11 Woodstock St, London, W1C 2JF
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Last orders: 9.45 pm

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