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“Part time-travel, part being transported to actual Switzerland”, this chalet-style Soho veteran (est. 1974) is a perennial hit for its “authentic” Alpine cuisine. “What could be more romantic than sharing a bubbling pot of melted cheese in a cosy Swiss chalet?”
“Like being transported to Switzerland for the evening!” – this “unique” chalet-style, Swiss-themed “institution” in Soho may sound too kitsch to be taken seriously, but scores have been consistently strong here over many years: “the fondues are amazing”, and the overall effect on a cold winter’s night is “heavenly”.
A “hilarious evening of kitsch” (“the cow bells are too tempting not to ring”) is guaranteed at this long-running tribute to all things Swiss, set in a chalet-style interior in the heart of Soho. “Cheese fondue is great”, although the odd reporter feels the accompanying dishes are “stuck in the 1970s” (ie, pretty genuine). “It would probably treble profits in Fulham full of folk just back from ‘Verbs’, but it’s a fun time nonetheless”.
“Sharing a delicious fondue is always romantic” and where better than this “wonderful, olde worlde” chalet-style stalwart in the heart of Soho, which “feels just like you are in Switzerland!” – “not the lightest of meals” but surprisingly good. “There’s nothing else like it in London” – long may it survive!
St Moritz Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Serves my favourite, veal cordon bleu"
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161 Wardour Street, London, W1F 8WJ
Mon - Fri noon - 3 pm, 6 pm - 11.30 pm; Sat noon - 11.30 pm
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sun 10.30 pm