Had a pre-thretre dinner here, a place I had always wanted to visit when passing. As it was my friend's birthday I was afforded the opportunity when she suggested we eat here! Upon entering the establishment, I was very impressed by the post-modern, Sohoesque decor and the ambience; quite a few people patronising the venue was a positive sign.
For dinner I ordered a starter of rustic bread a mixed olives, followed by a medium rare steak. I did not expect the two courses to arrive together. Well, I was in no mood to make waves, so just kept calm, and carried on tucking in.
The rustic bread was really nice, as were the mixeed olives. Likewise, the steak was done perfectly, and the salad was vibrant and fresh, while the chunky, hand cit chips were actually real potato. The downside was there was no condiments, such as mustard with the steak, and, moreover, no steak knife. At that jI had to leave my meal and ask the barmen for these basic gastronomic essentials. He said he's oblige, but alas got side-tracked and, as I assume, forgot. This prompted a second trip by me to request these essentials for my dinner. At long last the over-worked barman arrived at my table without steak knife, stating that the venue has none, and therefore couldn't help me. As for the mustard, he plonked down a bowl of sachets, which I thought was somewhat lacking in class for such a nice establishment.
This experience has not deterred me, and I will give Soho another try in the future.
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