Harden's survey result
“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!”
“Why is it not more popular?”; this (slightly “dull-looking”) Soho basement is “worth knowing about in this bit of town” – the food’s “reliable” and “reasonably priced” and it’s “noisy” but “great fun”. Top Menu Tips – “to-die-for gelatos”, “Prosecco on tap”, and an interesting list of vermouths.
|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