You can take modesty too far; and 10 Greek Street in Soho needlessly hides its light under a bushel. At the less busy end of the street, the restaurant displays little signage above the door. A plain glass window reveals a narrow shop with bare wooden tables, glasses, cutlery poking from a pocket in the table top. The menus are chalked on large blackboards. But the genius of 10 Greek Street is in those dishes. A brocolli and cheese soufflé was light and flavoursome; butternut squash ravioli was buttery and melting (but some too chewy greens with it). The awesome Tamworth pig for two was astounding. Brilliant crackling, a mound of pork, moorish black pudding bubble and squeak and spring greens. The dish must be ordered for two, but, honestly, there's enough for four. Most people take some home in a doggy bag, explained our pleasant waitress. The wine list is reasonable with most bottles priced between £20 and £25. Our Austrain Zweigelt cut through the fatty pork beautifully. Service is friendly; atmosphere welcoming; a restaurant to return to.
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