Harden's survey result
To a bizarre extent, this large D&D London venue in central Soho – home in its day to the legendary Marquee Club, and nowadays featuring entertainment with DJs, cocktails and dinner – inspires practically zero feedback. Top Tip: such commentary as we have is for what is perhaps its best feature: Saturday brunch (£25 for two courses, plus £20 for bottomless Prosecco).
Latest, year-old incarnation of this two-floor venue – once famous as the Marquee Club, and which since 1995 under D&D London has been multiply re-launched (as Mezzo, Floridita, Carom… maybe others we’ve forgotten). All the feedback we have for its latest, plus-ça-change mix of DJs, cocktails, Asian/European cuisine and dancing are OK, but given its massive central Soho site, what’s most striking is how little interest it piques.
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Have you eaten at 100 Wardour Street?
|Wine per bottle||£29.00|
100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TN
|Tuesday||6 pm‑2 am|
|Wednesday||6 pm‑2 am|
|Thursday||6 pm‑3 am|
|Friday||6 pm‑3 am|
|Saturday||6 pm‑3 am|