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Andrew Edmunds

  • Soho
  • Lunch
  • £££

This romantic Soho favourite is a perfect reminder of the beloved Soho of yesteryear.


46 Lexington Street, London, W1F 0LP
+44 (0) 20 7437 5708
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 12.00-15.30 & 17.30-22.45
Sat 12.30-15.30 & 17.30-10.45
Sun 13.00-16.00 & 18.00-22.30


  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    But, as I’ve banged on before, restaurants are about far more than the cooking. And there’s so much to be smitten by here...its slightly frayed, cosy (cramped?) beauty; the curious characters who inhabit the place; the legendarily generous wine markups (that Condrieu would cost hundreds in snootier gaffs, and house wines start at about 19 quid). It has a well-deserved reputation for romance, possibly because you’re basically sitting on top of each other.

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  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    But the real knock-out blow comes in the form of the wine list. The prices will make your date think you’ve found the only restaurant in London that doesn’t charge a three hundred percent mark-up, meanwhile you’ll be able to choose pretty much any bottle from the over 200 on offer in your secret ignorance and come away looking like the next Oz Clarke.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    The drinks list, plus extra bottles on the blackboard, continues to delight and demand exploration. There isn’t a better description than that by Bruce Yardley in my Evening Standard restaurant guide of 1996: “a bizarre assortment which looks as if picked up at auction following the death of a rich crank, with surprisingly grand bottles available at bargain prices”. And that’s still true.

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