‘Super-casual' 10 Greek Street's black facade lacks a name, but this suggests quiet confidence rather than an attempt to infiltrate the hipster underground. Inside, expect all the telltale features of a new-breed Soho eatery – bare tables ‘at close quarters', an open kitchen and blackboards scribbled with the day's dishes. On offer are bright combinations of interesting, ‘beautifully cooked' seasonal ingredients – from octopus carpaccio with caperberries, broad beans and chilli to spring lamb fillet with polenta, runner beans and gremolata. To finish, desserts such as yoghurt bavarois with pistachios and nectarines are delicious and elegant. Wines (on a flimsy paper list) are another source of contentment, with ‘ungreedy mark-ups' and a fascinating selection by the glass or carafe. Bookings are only taken for lunch, so evening hopefuls are deftly shooed into the nearby pub until their table is ready. ‘A great little restaurant.'
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