There's some intriguing decor at this restaurant and bar at the swanky Sanctum Soho hotel. Most of that's down to some fascinatingly left-field artwork, with subjects ranging from Hollywood A-listers all the way down to dandruff-dodging England goalkeeper, Joe Hart. It's all purchasable too, should any pieces tickle your fancy.
There's certainly plenty of choice when it comes to the food, with dishes influenced by cuisines across the globe. Expect, then, New England crab cakes with a red pepper dipping sauce, a terrine of bang bang smoked chicken, a pea and lemon mascarpone risotto and rump of lamb served with dauphinoise potatoes, confit garlic and rosemary. Steaks from the grill prove popular, too.
A short wine list is similarly global in outlook, with worlds old and new evenly represented. There's a baker's dozen available by the glass.
Our new executive chef (James Cathcart) is tired of seeing the same old dishes on every menu presented and served in the same way. We have taken the old classics and turned them on their head. It’s something new, something fresh and something exciting. Combine this with the flair and excitement for service from our new food and beverage director David Graham and his team, and you can expect to enjoy an atmospheric dining experience like no other in London.
|Venue name:||No. 20 at Sanctum Soho||Contact:|
Sanctum Soho London
|Cross street:||20 Warwick Street|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast served 7-10am Mon-Fri; 7.30-10.30am Sat-Sun. Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun. Afternoon tea served 2.30-5pm Mon-Sun. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Sat. Social food available noon-1am Mon-Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus tube|
|Price:||Meal for two with wine and service: around £90|
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