Restaurants Soho
4 out of 5 stars
(10user reviews)

A tapas bar on Ganton Street - one of four Pix venues in London.


Venue name: Pix
Address: 24 Ganton Street
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3.8 / 5

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We stupidly thought we could find somewhere with no wait on a Thursday evening near Carnaby St so stumbled across this place as our attempts failed.  It’s a cute spot, albeit a little tight.  The food was good, though not amazing.  The concept is simple where you get your food from the buffet and retain the sticks - the bigger the stick, the more you pay and the number of sticks is counted at the end to determine your bill.  A nice spot for a casual dinner and not that expensive.


I was taken to Pix on a date and I have to say I was impressed. There's no menu, just an hourly rotation of some of the best tapas I've ever had! A favourite was a fig and goat's cheese crostini type dish with a balsamic dressing. You serve yourself, which allows you to have as much or as little as you fancy- although this way the bill can rack up to a fair bit quite quickly. 

I can't say I'd return for a full meal, but it's a nice restaurant and perfect for some nibbles and a glass of wine before heading on elsewhere.


Pix is great for the place where you have people who want to eat and some who don't. The self service tapas allows you to eat as little or as much as you want and you can keep your own sticks and just pay for what you have eaten. I first had pinxos in Barcelona and was so excited when Pix opened in London as the concept is right up my street. Also great for people pre theatre'ing as you can get food as soon as you walk in and pay on your way out. The food is tapas style with lots of options on the bar refreshed regularly. Love it here!


I forgot I'd been to Pix a while back (because I was a little drunk when I did). This little tapas place is fairly true to Spanish style. In Pix (as in Spain) you choose your tapas and then keep all your little sticks. You then pay for said sticks at the end all at once. It means you have the flexibility to eat however much you like, one piece at a time. Beware, it can get pretty expensive pretty quick if you're not careful. I also don't rate the tapas as the best in the city but it's definitely reasonable and the atmosphere is fun. 


I am a huge fan of Spanish tapas and having lived there for so many years maybe my standards are higher but I was very disappointed with both the quality and prices of Pix.

There are many places in a London with better quality, variety and prices than Pix.


On an abnormally warm September evening, when our appetites were small from the heat, this was a perfect find. Tucked away between Kingly Court and Carnaby Street, this teeny tapas bar offers small plates of bruschettas, croquetas and marinated olives alongside a large selection of classic cocktails. There are no long waits or reliance on a waiter, all food is displayed on the bar so you can help yourself to authentic Basque inspired dishes, including quail egg and serrano ham on ciabatta, gazpacho, broad bean bruschetta and feta salads, then nab a tarta or churros for dessert. All plates hold a wooden stick, and the length of which determines the price. Affordable, no fuss and perfect for a quick but enjoyable bite to eat.


I booked a table for 3 at Pix last Tuesday and even before I got there, I was already impressed with the service. For some reason, on that day, all 3 members of the party were delayed in meetings and I had to push back our booking for 8pm. The staff were super nice about it even though it was clear to me when we got there that they had a full house.

We were taken to our table and our server explained the ins and outs of eating at Pix (the billing system is akin to YoSushi's fixed price per plate but simpler). With only 2 prices on the menu 2.25£ and 3.25£ (price depends on the length of the kebab stick that holds the pintxos together). At that point I was past the explanation and much more focused on the jar of sangria we had ordered and the delicious food bites making eyes at me from the display.

Between the 3 of us, 20 different type of pintxos were consumed (I could tell you my favourites but I'd rather you judged for yourself) and we were very very full (an happy).

The bill came to 34£ each (including tip).

All in all, this is definitely a spot worth coming back to. Whether it's for a date (the environment is very cosy) or a small group of friends, I promise you will enjoy it.

Deducting 1 star for the fact that the pintxos were not re-stocked as quickly as desired on a busy night and my friends ended up not trying some of the dishes they wanted because of that.


Great little tapas place in Soho, especially when you are in a rush or don't fancy sitting down in one place for too long!  The wine and cocktails are good and there is always a good selection for veggies. 

Great little Tapas bar. My wife and I spotted this little gem whilst shopping on Carnaby St. We ended up spending more time in the bar than shopping! Staff were very friendly and helpful (as the way the food is served is a new concept to us) Will recommend to friends and will definitely be back.

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