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Restaurants near Tottenham Court Road Station

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A photo of Dean Street Townhouse restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(3405)
££££
• British • Soho
Booked 164 times today
In the heart of Soho, Dean Street Townhouse occupies numbers 69 and 70 Dean Street, a pair of Georgian residences built by carpenter John Meard in 1732-1735. The dining room and bar combines vintage armchairs, contemporary British art, wooden floors, and a open fire in the parlour, with a menu that incorporates British favourites for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
A photo of Shack-Fuyu restaurant
4.5
Awesome(1838)
££££
• Japanese • Soho
Booked 53 times today
Shack-Fuyu, from the team behind Bone Daddies and Flesh & Buns, is located in the heart of Soho. Inspired by Japanese Yoshoku cuisine, the Western-influenced cooking style popular in Japan, Shack-Fuyu serves a regularly changing menu designed for sharing, as well as a lunchtime menu comprising a range of filled guo bao buns and side dishes. But currently offering a reduced menu for outdoor seatingThe restaurant offers both cozy booths and intimate tables for couples, as well as a communal sharing table, casual counter dining and a private dining room seating 16.
A photo of Negroni's restaurant
4.4
Awesome(403)
££££
• Italian • Soho
Booked 53 times today
Imperfect, incorrect, improper, wrong, unpredictable, chaotic ... we love it. We have been following the same song playing through his flute for a long time.The imperfect mix of yelling , loving , eating and drinking . Pure Italiano
A photo of Flesh & Buns Covent Garden restaurant
4.3
Awesome(3404)
££££
• Japanese • Covent Garden
Booked 67 times today
Flesh & Buns Covent Garden, from the team behind Bone Daddies and Shackfuyu, is located within the bustling Seven Dials area in Covent Garden. Inspired by Japanese izakayas, roughly translated as a pub or place designed for informal eating and drinking, Flesh & Buns is the first restaurant in London to specialise in gua bao buns (DIY filled steamed buns). Below street-level, the restaurant has a bar area offering bar dining for up to 10 people, serving a variety of sake brands and a diverse range of cocktails including the signature Frozen Yuzu Margarita, alongside the restaurant’s varied sharing food menu. Draped fabric ‘noren’ screen curtains surround intimate dining booths and transport diners to an authentic Japanese drinking den experience – bookable and ideal for groups of friends or colleagues meeting for lunch, dinner or Flesh & Buns’ ever-popular Sunday Brunch.
A photo of Pierre Victoire restaurant
4.5
Awesome(4656)
££££
• French • Soho
Booked 60 times today
Tucked away down Dean Street amongst the hustle and the hipsters is the Pierre Victoire, one of Soho’s favourite dining institutions. This little haunt has been serving up rustic French cuisine to loyal regulars for over a decade, and this is still one of London’s favourite places for date nights and cosy pre-theatre meals. Part Provencal, part Art Nouveau, the dining room at Pierre Victoire is decorated with whitewashed walls, chalkboard menus, a vintage piano, eclectic artworks, untreated wooden floorboards and wine bottles stuffed with drippy candles, and the wholesome home-style cuisine and moreish wine is all delightfully affordable. With a steak-centric menu, Pierre Victoire also serves tasty omelettes, creative salads and plenty of seafood.
A photo of Lobos Meat & Tapas - Soho restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1761)
££££
• Spanish • Soho
Booked 70 times today
Lobos is an exciting tapas bar also focused on prime cuts of Spanish and British meat .Meaning wolves in Spanish ,Lobos offers a short sharp list of vibrantly authentic , tradicional tapas with ingredients sourced locally , evolving seasonally and therefore dishes that will change frequently depending on what is available on the market .Lobos is a real carnivore"s paradise ,think perfectly roasted ibérico pork ,slow cooked shoulders of lamb and lightly charred , rosy pink bone in ribeye to share ,all presented simply and cooked to perfection ,allowing the pristine quality of the offering to shine through. Please note that any reservations not confirmed with the restaurant may be subject to cancellation 24 hours before booking time.
A photo of Tamarind Kitchen Soho restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(1286)
££££
• Indian • Soho
Booked 55 times today
Tamarind Kitchen - a place to socialise, relax and enjoy some irresistible Indian sharing cuisine in Soho. For more information, visit tamarindkitchen.co.uk
A photo of Hakkasan - Hanway Place restaurant
4.3
Awesome(6208)
££££
• Chinese • Fitzrovia
Booked 17 times today
Established in 2001 in London, Hakkasan now has multiple restaurants around the world located in the United States, Middle East, India, Asia and Europe, where both London restaurants hold a Michelin star. Hakkasan offers guests a world-class culinary experience.Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original Hakkasan restaurant. Originally designed by renowned interior designer Christian Liaigre, the space embodies the modern ethnic now found in Hakkasan restaurants worldwide.The menu is a modern interpretation of authentic Cantonese cuisine, using the finest ingredients and expert traditional techniques to create timeless yet innovative signature dishes such as the Chilean Seabass and Crispy Duck Salad. Hakkasan’s atmosphere is vibrant, intriguing and inviting.
A photo of Forty Dean Street restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(2649)
££££
• Italian • Soho
Booked 67 times today
Forty Dean Street is the pinnacle of affordable Italian cuisine in busy Soho. We are a small, family run restaurant dedicated to providing incredible food at incredible prices. Our set menu boasts a variety of sensational dishes built around fresh, seasonal produce and has customers coming back on a daily basis. Our à la carte menu is a favourite with our regulars, the media crowd and tourists alike.Italian food has been served at Forty Dean Street for more than 17 years, so we like to think there’s nothing we haven’t mastered. So pop in for an Aperol Spritz!We are fully Covid-19 certified by Food Alert.
A photo of Kettner’s – Clarence Tavern restaurant
4.3
Awesome(621)
££££
• European • Leicester Square
Booked 113 times today
Kettner’s Townhouse is a restaurant and Champagne Bar with 33 bedrooms, in a historic Georgian building in London’s Soho. Established in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, Kettner’s was one of the first restaurants in London to serve French food. The French restaurant at Kettner’s Townhouse has a menu inspired by the history of the building, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, using locally sourced ingredients from the UK.
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