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Ring the doorbell to gain access to Gauthier Soho – a discreet and intimate townhouse held in high esteem for its ‘spot-on, seasonal cooking’. Every dish is calorie-counted and the innovative carte
comprises a collection of plats rather than conventional courses – from lightly roasted peaches with sugar-flecked foie gras or tender morsels of lobster and lime-marinated scallops dotted with
shellfish jus, to sophisticated vegetarian riffs such as tomato-and-beetroot tartare with peppered ricotta and lemon-balm velouté. The reverently quiet, all-white dining rooms – not to all tastes –
provide a comfortable backdrop for Gauthier’s pin-sharp culinary adventures, although polite staff sometimes fail to pick up on customer cues (traipsing up and down the dark stairway doesn’t help).
However, Gauthier’s ever-changing list of ‘wonderful’, mainly French wines and unmissable pre-theatre bargains make it a star turn – especially when you factor in that serene, cosseting,
What is on offer: Gauthier Soho is the place to go if you are yearning for truffle bonanza! The cooking is highly accomplished and the service very good. We’re not sure why they’ve lost their Michelin star (based on our visit, they’ll regain it soon), but it does mean that for the time being you can have a Michelin dining experience for a very good price...
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I love French fine dining. So I thought I would treat Mr T something special for his birthday. It was hard to choose, even after some intensive research I still couldn't choose. Gauthier Soho has always been on my list of to go restaurants and it is undeniably one of the more affordable Michelin dining experience restaurant.Hidden in a Victorian town house in Soho, Gauthier Soho is a former one Michelin star restuarant. We rang the doorbell and a oh so chic waitress greeted us and led us upstairs to our seats. We opted for the tasting menu with wine pairing but the a la carte menu offers good value too. Originally...
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Transformation is a word that I think can be rather overused in restaurants, especially those that remain in the same premises and serve the same style of food. I first visited Gauthier during it’s first year and remember having a great meal but other than being given the option of bacon bread in the bread selection and a perfect risotto I couldn’t tell you anything more about the food we had that night, but having since returned (a couple of times) things have rather changed (and they STILL serve bacon bread)...
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Vegetronic is a the new book about vegetables of Alexis Gauthier (Chef at GAUTHIER Soho restaurant).It is not just a cookbook, but also a presentation of vegetables, fruits and their history. Also you will find some anecdotes, souvenirs from the Chef Alexis Gauthier in France and United States...
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