Hudson's House

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Hudson's House is a bar and restaurant at the St Giles Hotel, just off Tottenham Court Road. The drinks list features wines costing mostly under £20 and a cocktail selection (£8.50-£9.50) consisting mainly of classics. Grills dominate the food menu, with a small selection of fairly simple starters, salads and desserts. There is a £10 lunch menu (one dish plus a glass of wine or bottle of beer) and a pre-theatre menu (5-7pm) consisting of two courses for £12.95. 


Venue name: Hudson's House
Address: St Giles Hotel
Bedford Avenue
Opening hours: Opening at 11am Mon - Sun Closing Mon-Wed 11pm, Thurs - Sat 2am & Sun 10.30pm
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Well prized bar close to Soho. The pre-theatre menu for two course at £12.95 is reasonably priced, the food was ok but nothing special. I had the bruschetta followed by a cheese burger which hit the spot. Not a place I would rush back to but not a place I would avoid either.


The bar has a surprisingly good atmosphere, lots of small tables, dotted around, nicely lit up. The bar staff were very friendly and quick to serve drinks.

We ate in the restaurant from the pre-theatre menu which is £12.95 for two courses. The food was ok, it was tasty but nothing special. I had the bruschetta to start and mixed vegetables with halloumi for my main which tasted a little more like curried vegetable, I did enjoy it though.

I wouldn't choose to come back here as there was nothing special about it but if invited back by friends to meet up, I'd happily visit again.

Popped in here to catch a match and a bite to eat on a Monday evening. Good atmosphere, food was above average. I had the Small Chicken Salad and Burger. The Burger was cooked to my liking and juicy, the fries were nothing special.

They offer a good variety of drinks across the board from beers on tap to Cocktails if that's your kind of thing.

The staff were very pleasant and welcoming.

One thing to note if you're looking to catch a game on TV - on the evening I went there was no sound from the TV for the match, just music playing in the bar. It may be different on other match days.

In general - Contrary to some central London bars I've visited, Hudson's made me feel welcome hence I enjoyed the visit.

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A stylish bar which really comes into its own during the summer when it becomes open fronted. Pleasant environment and generally good service.