The Ivy Soho Brasserie 22

26-28 Broadwick Street , London, W1F 8JB

  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy

SquareMeal Review of The Ivy Soho Brasserie

The Ivy Collection has spread once again, with this large Soho site which is most closely related to The Ivy Kensington Brasserie. Unlike that site, Soho is a far clubbier proposition, perfect for this part of town and packed with flashy artworks and even flashier customers. It’s a testament to the formula that it feels different here, yet still unmistakeably The Ivy. That’s down to the menu which, just like every other outpost, offers the same please-all, international menu of prawn cocktails, chicken liver parfaits, steaks, grilled lobsters and that trademark shepherd’s pie. We can’t fault the food here, from a warm duck and watermelon salad crunching with toasted cashews, to jet-black, Dukkah-spiced aubergine atop sumptuous labneh. Prices are surprisingly accessible too (another Ivy trademark), while the cocktail list has been given particular attention, majoring in fizzing and fruity vodka-and-gin based mixes. With so much space, the restaurant is divided up into more and less informal sections and cubbies, while a large terrace is going to make this a hot summer ticket. Yes, it’s predictable stuff and yes, its gleaming demeanour won’t please Soho traditionalists, but it’s already popular and injecting a party buzz into this newly overhauled W1 street.

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The Ivy Soho Brasserie is recommended for

Buzzy | Fun | Glamorous | Celebrities | Dates | Special Occasions Over 40S | Afternoon Tea | Breakfast | Brunch | Outside Seating

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Tottenham Court Road Tube Station 357m

Oxford Circus Tube Station 379m

Address

Address: 26-28 Broadwick Street , London W1F 8JB

Area: Soho

Opening times

Mon-Sat 8am-11pm Sun 9am-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Oxford Street Youth Hostel 50m

Ganton Street 143m

Details

Telephone: 020 3301 1166

Website:

Cuisine: Brasserie

Private Dining: 30

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  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy
  • The Ivy Soho Brasserie London restaurant bar cafe The Ivy

The private dining room at The Ivy Soho Brasserie seats 24 guests on one long table, or 40 on four round tables of ten and is a great addition to the private dining scene in Soho. The walls of The Private Room are adorned with fabric panelling and decorative antique mirrors, while a bespoke art deco glass screen separates the room from the main restaurant. Beautiful antique brass and a pale orange onyx bar reflects the same high level of decor and attention to detail as can be found in the main restaurant. Complimentary menu and place cards are provided for each event and each table is decorated with seasonal flowers and tea lights. All very professional.


The Private Room
Capacity: 30