Disiac brings a splash of Mediterranean sunshine to Soho – even if its unseasonal fish-led menu fails to mesh with London’s weather in the drab months of the year. Dishes read well, but the results on the plate have been mixed: a tian of bitingly fresh crab with ripe avocado is spot-on and servings of homemade pasta with mussels are delicate yet filling, but slapdash touches such as a pile of lacklustre rocket with grilled lobster can let things down. Service could also be sharper – even quick-as-a-flash ideas like scallops with chorizo and broad beans have been slow to arrive – and the varied wine list would benefit from more by-the-glass options. However, the dining room’s sexy artwork, secluded booths, regular live music and smart seafood bar are attractive assets, and summer will see the front windows flung open onto Greek Street.
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