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Six Storeys

Restaurants, Global Soho
3 out of 5 stars
Six Storeys
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3 out of 5 stars

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A bar-restaurant on Soho Square.

Occupying a dizzying pile on Soho Square, this bar/restaurant/events space is a rather kooky spot. It was pretty dead on my weekday lunchtime visit, the eerie quietness only emphasised by the dining room décor: a cross between Miss Haversham derelict-chic and a retro gents’ club, with old hunting prints on the walls, worn tiles on the floor and dusty books on the tables.

The cooking is comfort-driven (though there is, of course, a superfood salad on offer, because #London2017). Of the snack-sized bits, a plate of crispy ‘chicken scrumpets’ were best: tenders by another name, well fried and supplied with a pot of passata-style ketchup. A main of braised beef cheek cottage pie was grand, with melty chunks of meat, a grilled cheesy top and an intensely buttery, truffle-infused mash so funky it could raise James Brown from the grave. Artery-furring, instant-coma stuff and all the better for it. I’m also glad I made the effort to shovel down a Soho trifle. It was floral and sweetshoppy, topped with pansies and dense with glossy vanilla custard. Clean eating? Nah – I’ll take it fattening and fad-free. More mash, please.

Six Storeys says
The fifth venue from Camm & Hooper, Six Storeys on Soho is a sumptuously refurbished seventeenth-century townhouse. Standing proud in Soho Square, Six Storeys is home to six decadent floors dedicated to elegant bars, relaxed dining, exclusive event spaces and more.

The Lobby Bar and Parlour, situated on the ground and first floor respectively are open 7 days a week for all day dining, a casual coffee or for one of our infamous infusions.

Small plates, sizeable sharing boards, a selection of sandwiches and burgers or a delicious choice of salads, Six Storeys is ideal for a spot of lunch or a casual dinner with friends.

Ideally located for after work drinks, Six Storeys is home to the infamous Camm & Hooper infusions - Quince & blue cheese gin anyone? Or for the more traditional try our refreshing Strawberry & Basil vodka or the original, and some would say the best, Plum G & T. Also available are a selection of wines and beers.

Come the weekend, Saturday plays host to the popular Bottomless Brunch with your choice of bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Beer, Wine and G & T.

The remaining four floors are available for exclusive hire for celebrations of all kinds, private dining or meetings.

Details

Address: 11 Soho Square
London
W1D 3QE
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Rd
Price: Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £90.
Contact:
Opening hours: Open Fri-Sat 12pm-11pm
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This venue has areas available to hire for private events

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