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Soho’s pokey townhouses weren’t built to house flash restaurants; they’re better suited to tiny, new-wave indie eateries such as the “splendid” 10 Greek Street. It’s a job to get in (book at lunch, queue at night) and it’s a squeeze to get out again (there’s a sliver of space between tables) but, in all other respects, eating here is a happy trip. Daily blackboard menus evoke the strong colours and bright flavours of the Med, with Brit themes in support. Our starter of ox heart came unfussily presented with beetroot, watercress and horseradish, while Waldorf salad made a rare appearance, punched up with Roquefort. Otherwise, expect contemporary European riffs such as hake with spiced chickpeas, cuttlefish and preserved lemon, backed by a terrific list of sub-£35 wines.

Great Value Wine List of the Year

On its own, the informal ‘main’ list for this Soho eatery is an impressive bit of work. Tightly chosen, it stuffs more good and interesting bottles into its 40 bins than many lists 10 times the size, with a terrific selection available either by the glass or half-bottle. Add to this the ever-changing selection of ‘fine wines’ – hand-written and snapped up in tiny quantities, and it’s a list that’s as innovative, informal and quirky as the clientele.

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  1. I first heard of this place through the recommendation of a friend ages ago and it took me ages to finally get round to making a reservation there! I chose to go there because 1- the daily change of the menu intrigued me and 2- my friend would not let go of the fact I hadn't visited. In the end, he even came along!It was again another wet day in Soho so I walked very briskly in a desperate attempt to be warm again - something I rarely do. Anyway, I entered the restaurant and it was so tiny: there were tables cramped up at every single corner and the coat hanger area was so small some people had to put their coats...
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  1. I’ve never quite got over the death of Alastair Little. I’m talking about the restaurant in Soho which bore his name, obviously, not the man himself. Even though I don’t think that he cooked there very often towards the end, it was always consistent and interesting. With simple, fairly minimalist decor, it was my first choice for business lunches and dinners, where I wanted the food to be good and the atmosphere to be relaxed. I always wanted to eat everything on the menu. And no, that doesn’t always happen.

    Its demise left a gap in my life. Until last night.

    10 Greek Street. Others I know have...
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  1. Restauranteurs must rack their brains for weeks on end to come up with the names of their restaurants. Some create vaguely Latin-sounding names, while others simply name their businesses after the address as is the case with 10 Greek Street. This small Soho-based restaurant may lack an original name, but that hardly matters given the quality of its food...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 11 August 2012

    HungryinLondon :: 10 GREEK STREET (Soho)

    I have to apologise for my lazy blogging at the moment – the summer effect, changing jobs and a lot of things going on in my life.  I have however been eating, so will update you on recent restaurant experiences in a series of shorter posts.  In the end all you, dear readers, want to know is whether the restaurant is worth going to, right?...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 20 July 2013

    Her Favourite Food :: 10 Greek Street

    10 Greek Street approaches swank from a different direction. Diners can be forgiven for walking straight past it as from the outside the restaurant consists of a black panel, a semi-tinted black window and ‘ten’ written above the front door. There is no flashy name, entrance or décor and this is the beauty of the place.Read more »
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  1. In town to purchase Mr Silver's wedding suit, we decided to have lunch in nearby Soho. 10 Greek Street has a very unobtrusive presence on the major Soho road, but stop by and you're in for a treat.

    The restaurant is tiny and the decor is simple, with an open kitchen and the menu rustically etched on a blackboard over head. The little place has a huge energy and as it was packed with people it felt buzzy and alive...
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  1. I first heard of this place through the recommendation of a friend ages ago and it took me ages to finally get round to making a reservation there! I chose to go there because 1- the daily change of the menu intrigued me and 2- my friend would not let go of the fact I hadn't visited. In the end, he even came along!

    It was again another wet day in Soho so I walked very briskly in a desperate attempt to be warm again - something I rarely do. Anyway, I entered the restaurant and it was so tiny: there were tables cramped up at every single corner and the coat hanger area was so small some...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 19 October 2013

    Samphire and Salsify :: 10 Greek Street

    Whenever I’ve walked past 10 Greek Street in Soho it’s always been packed and as it’s a no reservation restaurant for dinner the wait time can sometimes be a tad epic. Luckily for two friends and I on our Tuesday night visit we were confronted with just a thirty minute wait and told we could have a drink at the bar.

    I didn’t even know they had a bar as it’s tucked away at the back right in front of the open kitchen. It was hot and cramped but we loved it! Whilst we waited for our table we decided to order a few nibbles from the bar menu.

    Some padron peppers (£5) generously sprinkled with sea salt...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 28 July 2012

    Ross eats :: 10 Greek Street

    Bookings! Love them or hate them they seem to be a big issue in the restaurant world at the moment. Get there at the right time and having a no-booking policy is perfect for a casual dinner around town, get there at the wrong time and having to miss out on that dish you’ve been savouring all day for is enough to send even the pickiest eater down to the supermarket for a Ginsters. 10 Greek Street is one of a few recent Soho openings that are very much into no-bookings, have a reasonably small daily changing menu, a simple dining area with friendly chatty staff – perfect for a Soho lunch from all accounts no, that’s...
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  1. Published : Tuesday, 11 September 2012

    The Hedonist :: Review-10 Greek St

    Modern European, eclectic, seasonal, neighbourhood and informal. Those words promise so much, but to deliver the formula successfully takes a clarity of vision and sense of integrity too often lacking from restaurants that use them as buzzwords. However two recently opened Soho joints have managed to join those dots together. In Dean St DUCKSOUP opened in a flurry of new media hype; cramped, noisy and with a byov (bring your own vinyl) policy it wowed the hip young Soho crowd as well as the critics. A few weeks later chef Cameron Emirali (The Wapping Project) and his partner Luke Wilson opened up 10 Greek St. The...
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  1. Published : Thursday, 23 May 2013

    vialaporte :: 10 Greek Street // Soho // London

    Soho constantly reinvents itself to attract fashionable, lively crowds to its bars and restaurants. With an exuberant mix of tourists and Londoners, it’s gratifying to find that a neighbourhood restaurant, much in the same style as Corner Room has sprung-up to fulfil an aching gap for good quality relaxed dining in the area.

    10 Greek St merges industrial and minimalism, with a row of simple tables, a long banquette and wooden chairs. At the back the chefs work in an open kitchen behind a counter, where you can have a glass of wine from the thoughtful, inventive list along with a few snacks. Although the restaurant...
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