St Moritz

3 reviews
43 Swiss Soho

161 Wardour Street , London, W1F 8WJ

St Moritz Restaurant

SquareMeal Review of St Moritz

It’s not just for wintertime, but old-timer St Moritz sure does warm the cockles, with its accordion music, little wooden chairs & actual beef stroganoff. Its ‘twee’ appeal & cauldrons of attractively priced fondues make it ‘a great place for a get-together with friends’, though its popularity means service can fray at busy times. Try to get a table upstairs, & make the most of the Swiss wine list: to go with any of the five kinds of bubbling cheesy stuff, there’s Fendant de Sion at £16.10 (£9.65 a carafe); if you like Riesling, try the Heida du Valais (£30.65). Bratwurst with rösti is popular at lunchtime, & expats come for slices of veal lathered with cream & mushroom zurichoise sauce. To round things off, chocolate fondue is always a good idea.

St Moritz Location

161 Wardour Street , London W1F 8WJ

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-3pm Mon-Sat 6-11.30pm

St Moritz's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 6.3

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Service: 6.0

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Atmosphere: 6.7

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Value: 6.3

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Gold Reviewer
15 February 2011

St Moritz is the perfect way to banish those winter blues – a twee restaurant on Wardour street split over two floors , decked out Alpine style and dishing out some of the best Fondue in London (of which there isn’t enough). The seating downstairs is a bit cramped and the table next to the main door should be avoided, particularly at Winter. When booking (only by telephone or fax?) , do ask for a table upstairs which is much more comfortable. True, the service can be a little brusque occasionally, but the restaurant is small, very popular and inexpensive so I guess that goes with the territory. A great place for a get together with friends and polish off a cauldron of bubbling cheese and a few bottles.

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Food + drink: 5

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 5

Value: 5

07 September 2009

St Moritz is a lovely, quaint restaurant on Wardour Street. The staff are helpful, but don't fuss too much and in all the times I've been there (which is a fair few), I have never felt under pressure to return the table. I tend to go there about 3-4 times a year, and have never had any problems with the food. The fondue is better than anything I have tasted abroad.

Food + drink: 0

Service: 0

Atmosphere: 0

Value: 0

23 March 2009

Very poor service!!! They yelled at their customers if they dont return the table in 2 hours. They literally kick them out of the restaurant and keep yelling!! Absolutely unnecessary and will never return again!!!