London Fine Dining: Gauthier Soho

By on Nov 30, 2013 in Food | 0 comments

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I love French fine dining. A prefixed two course meal always end up to be a five course meal with all the little mini treats in between. Gauthier Soho is an award winning restaurant in London that offers divine food at affordable prices. Besides being featured in various prestigious press such as The New York Times, City A.M. and The Observer, Gauthier was also awarded one Michelin star in 2011. Many have dubbed Gauthier as a “private” dining club. To enter the restaurant, one would have to first ring the door bell before being led to the dining area located upstairs. We dropped by Gauthier for lunch (reservations are strongly recommended to avoid disappointment) and I was really surprised by their inexpensive menu – A two course set lunch costs £18 while a three course set lunch costs £25. Who would have thought that dining at such a posh reputable restaurant would cost the same as brunch at a cafe? The waiters were informative but non-intrusive and we had a jolly good time indulging in those gorgeous tasty dishes. Our meal started with complimentary refreshing watermelon cucumber soup, appetizing amuse bouches and delightful breads before the mains were presented to us. The most impressive dish would be the renowned fragrant black truffle ravioli – possibly be the best we ever had. Lunch ended off with many sweet surprises and as you can tell from the pictures, we certainly had way more than two course worth. Gauthier Soho deserves to regain its Michelin star for its quality food, extravagant interiors and impeccable service. Value for $ is a bonus but let’s admit it, Gauthier has awesome food.

 

Gauthier Soho
http://www.gauthiersoho.co.uk/
21 Romilly St
London UK W1D
(020) 7494 3111

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