Prix Fixe Brasserie

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Prix Fixe Brasserie

Le Prix Fixe is a French restaurant in the middle of Soho, with a bistro vibe and live music playing every night. The prices are reasonable and the menu ranges from bavette steak frites to a wide range of seafood and fish options. Vegetarian dishes are also available. 


Venue name: Prix Fixe Brasserie
Address: 39 Dean Street Soho
Price: £26 to £40
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4.3 / 5

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Definitely one of the best french places I have ever been to. We went there for lunch and though we were a big group, we didn't have to wait for long as we went quite early. The food was of a surprising quality for a very reasonable price and a french friend of mine said it totally felt like having dinner in a restaurant in France. I'll surely repeat.

The food was excellent and very reasonably priced. Although their vegan options were limited they were happy to make modifications to cater to me. Service was swift and friendly and we managed to easily get a seat despite being a very large group.

We went for a friend's leaving lunch and even though we were 13 people and we had not booked, we got there early enough to still be empty so we were able to sit in two tables. We went for the lunch set which was two dishes for £10.90 and I thought the food was very nice.

Our only problem was with the bill as they mistakenly charged us for two extra menus and took as a while to have it fixed.

Will be taking my wife there some day.


I booked Prix Fixe more than a month in advance on a deliciously good value Time Out offer (2 courses and a glass of prosecco for £10) "Cordon Bleu!" They may have cried, "who is this female who plans so far ahead? She must be crazy!" At least they may have done, were they the staff of a French farce. The staff were anything but, however, providing a generous and warm welcome on a Saturday evening. The service was standout and there was no disappointment when we mentioned the offer, as is sadly so often the case. The atmosphere was understated, but with definite tones of a French bistrot - the chairs in particular evoked images of lazy lunches in Paris, and a striped-shirted gentleman with cigarillo in hand. We shunned first course when seeing the generous supply of bread, and moved straight onto the mains. Between us we had the steak and frites and the sea bass with octopus - both excellent value considering the deal we were on. Both were delicieux, and generous portions. If I had one complaint it would be the chips - they were a tad overdone and slightly cold (hence the lost star). The desserts were both satisfying, with the sticky toffee pudding and creme brûlée exactly as they ought to be. I shall definitely be returning to Prix Fixe the next time I'm in need of a satisfying pre-theatre meal.


There's something about a petite French brasserie that, like Sunday afternoon films of your childhood or a hug from your mum, is really rather comforting. Whether it's the subdued lighting, the warm welcome or the aroma of Parisian classic wafting on the air, there's just something reliable and dependable about the type of places they are and the sort of food you can expect to be served in them.

A recent Time Out offer of 2 courses plus a glass of Prosecco for £10 knocked the socks off the normal £13.90 set menu as far as value goes and thankfully, this wasn’t one of those times when the quantity of the bill is matched by the quality of the produce. Duck Confit nestled on a bed of earthy lentils, salty pancetta & braised savoy cabbage and although the bird itself could have done with a few minutes less cooking time, the flavour of its accompanying ingredients compensated well for that small niggle. Bavette Steak was perfectly cooked and chaperoned by an absolute mountain of crispy frites while flutes of chilled bubbles were soon a distant memory as the cares of a long week at work were eased away in the attractively traditional dining room.

Sticky Toffee Pudding & Apple Tarte Tatin were both very decently turned out and everything was generously portioned, again not always the case when the deal is so good. The restaurant itself was busy and I imagine that to be the case every day – it’s heart-of-Theatreland location and superb value for money will make it a haven for the unknowing tourist and cash-strapped local alike and it’s hard to disagree with that.

Prix Fixe on Dean St is small, charming & worth earmarking time to trying; it might not set your world alight in terms of the menu choice but neither will it strip your wallet bare and in the dark, gloomy depths of February, that can’t be underestimated as a bonus.


This cute little French brasserie offers a taste of Gallic fare at reasonable prices. Perfect for a pre theatre meal, they offer set menus featuring all the classics such as moules and chargrilled Bavette steak with frites and bordelaise sauce. The understated art deco touches add to the overall experience whilst the friendly staff will make you feel right at home.

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The service was great, very friendly and helpful staff. The food was lovely and enjoyable. I had the Moules frites for my mains, it was delicious, the cream source was very tasty and I found myself wanting to drink it. I had the bonoffee pie for dessert and this was one of the best that I have had. I highly recommend this place and will be going back. 

One of my favourite places in London. A really typical French brasserie, it just feels like home. Great food, excellent service, decent price. I've been there multiple times and always had a great experience.