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D&D London’s reimagining of its Indian restaurant Carom is a safe makeover, retaining the sleek, low-lit vibe but with a broader, international menu and a nightclub/restaurant replacing Floridita below. The large, open-plan room mixes food, drink, work (lots of sockets) and play (a pool table), lending the outfit a hotel vibe. It would be a sexy hotel too, thanks to a young, party-ready crowd, brash soundtrack, glitzy chandelier and general buzz drifting up from the basement. An all-day, affordable menu moves from snacks, flatbreads and sandwiches to the likes of smoky garlic baby chicken, bland (albeit plump) seared cod with artichoke and crackling pork belly with grilled endive. Our cauliflower tabbouleh, golden raisin and bee pollen starter was brimming with curiosities which somehow fell flat when combined, while an abundance of salt won’t be for everyone – but it’s a serviceable and affordable selection. A splattering of yoghurt, meringue and poached pineapple is more delicious than the French toast for dessert, while a breakfast menu promises Turkish menemen or pancakes with eggs, bacon and onion brioche. Pricey but timid cocktails need to be improved for such a night owl-orientated venue (the succinct wine list offers better value), while enthusiastic but disorganised service is easier on the eye than the patience. 100 Wardour St’s ground floor isn’t the place for party poopers or fussy foodies, but as an easy-going all-day Soho spot, it offers a fresh alternative for the Balan’s crowd over on Old Compton Street.
Enjoy a buzzing Saturday Brunch in the heart of Soho with two courses for £23.95 or three courses for £27.95. Add bottomless bubbles for £20
Available: 21 November 2016
Max: 10 people
Expires: 30 April 2017
Maximum of 10 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
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