Harden's survey result
“What a great find in Soho!” – “this quirky and funky place offers a nice twist on traditional Italian dishes”, and is “so much better than the chains”. “Looks tiny from the outside but has this ginormous expanse at basement level”, which “can be noisy”. “It’s not cheap but nor is it outrageously expensive for the area and quality”. There’s also an on-site aperitivo bar featuring home-made vermouth.
“A funky and friendly Italian in Soho that’s the total opposite of all the Italian chain eateries in the area”. “Staff are a joy (if sometimes overworked)” and put “real care into providing good portions of very tasty food”. Top Tip: “terrific vermouth cocktails at the welcoming bar”.
“Straightforward, well-prepared Italian cooking” wins praise for this central trattoria, which is “great fun too, with very reasonable prices for Soho”. “Its bar is a super hang-out”, featuring “an excellent range of Vermouth cocktails that are quite delicious”.
“Accomplished Italian cooking” at “amazing prices” makes this Soho bar-trattoria a useful West End hangout. Adding “fantastic cocktails”, an “interesting wine list” and even their own vermouths leaves only one drawback: “it’s so noisy, you end up hoarse after a night out!”
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
46 Brewer Street, London, W1F 9TF
Mon - Thur noon - 11 pm; Fri & Sat noon - midnight; Sun noon - 10 pm
Last orders: 11 pm, Sun 10 pm