6 Greek Street
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From Russell Norman’s empire of cool to Jeremy Lee’s re-vamped Vadis, never have Soho’s streets been so paved with gourmet gold. Adding a one-off pearl to Soho’s culinary oyster is Disiac - a sleek seafood and champagne bar ready to stand out from the crowd.Bringing a taste of the Mediterranean coast to its Greek Street destination, feast on the freshest fish and crustacea sourced from the British Isles, savour a plate of freshly made strozzapreti or take a seat at the raw bar and watch the chefs at work in the open kitchen. The menu, created by executive chef Paolo Palmisano and head chef Michele de Rosa (previously at Cecconi’s), is a classic blend of seafood and Italian cuisine. Pull up a pew at the raw bar where you can indulge in Colchester Rock and Jersey oysters as well as a sharing plateau de fruits de mer which might include mussels, clams, langoustine, razor clams, Mediterranean prawns and half a grilled lobster, for £32.