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Incognico restaurant on Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of London's Theatreland has undergone a transformation. At the deft hand of renowned interior designer David Collins, Incognico has become a smart Parisian-style brasserie inspired by the luxe and glamour of the 1930's. Creamy walls are footed by dark wood panelling and the dark-and-light scheme is played out in the mahogany leather seating and gleaming white table linens. The menu of Italian and French classics, features ingredients of flawless provenance in classic and simple European dishes served with flair. The wine list spans the globe with an impressive list of dessert wines. This is the place to go for pre-theatre eats with friends, and it's a fantastic Soho French restaurant to combine with visits to the blockbuster shows at the big galleries. Incognico is almost always buzzing and the service is impeccable without being obtrusive.