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Antidote

12A Newburgh Street, London, W1F 7RR +44 2081663573

((((* French
Average
Main course: £17
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 22:30.

fabulous service. reasonable price

Iain 19 November 2016
from London

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Close to vibrant Carnaby Street, Antidote is a stunning wine bar & restaurant split over 2 levels. As well as sumptuous charcuterie offerings, French cuisine is prepared with the finest fresh and seasonal ingredients, and al fresco dining is available on the picturesque terrace.

Focusing on simplicity and quality, head chef Michael Hazelwood compiles the Antidote menu, under the guidance of Mikael Jonsson, chef patron of Michelin-starred Hedone. Light snacks from the larder include a selection of cheeses, chutney and foie gras, and bar snacks offer tapas-style bites like mussels with chilli. Larger dishes include hearty mains like beef a la Provencal, and a selection of aged steaks. Vegetarian options are also served.

Antidote in London boasts a fully organic and biodynamic wine list of around 160 bottles, mainly from the South of France. Everything from rosé to champagne is served, along with a rich dessert list.

3 minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus Tube Station, Antidote restaurant in Soho is passionate about natural flavours, and offers a warm and relaxed ambience.

Antidote

12A Newburgh Street, London, W1F 7RR

Contact +44 2072878488
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Customer reviews for Antidote

4.1 ((((* (based on 22 reviews)
86% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • dinner (12)
  • romantic (12)
  • lunch (8)
  • business (3)
  • private dining (3)
  • al fresco (2)
  • trendy (2)
  • child friendly (1)
  • value (1)
  • ((((* 5 December 2016 by Tavera Romain from London

    Good restaurant in soho. A big wine card with a lot of good French s wines. They speak French.

  • (((** 30 November 2016 by Alain from London

    This place was a culinary discovery in a cosy environment .
    Service was not very fast but the employees very nice.

  • ((((( 19 November 2016 by Iain from London

    fabulous service. reasonable price

  • (**** 15 November 2016 by Kirsty Atha from London

    Very disappointing visit. We booked a table for 7 but they seated us on a table for 5 so two people had to stand. Wouldn't allow us to put 2 more chairs at the table then kept the 12.5% service charge on the bill!

  • ((((* 31 October 2016 by Richard Marley from Reading

    We arrived early @ 7pm, downstairs was buzzing but the restaurant was empty. The waiter was attentive and informative. Food was outstanding but don't expect massive portions. I had the Octopus to start and wonderful beef for main, devine! Lovely Alsace Riesling by the glass. Lovely food and restaurant.

  • ((((( 16 September 2016 by Sophie Jones from London

    Artichoke tempura, amazing!

  • ((((* 7 August 2016 by Sara Dale from London

    Sat upstairs in the first floor restaurant. Friendly, helpful service, organic selection of wines although prices went up quite quickly after the house choice. There was a choice of starters, sharing plates or larger main courses so something for everyone. Particularly liked the heritage tomatoes and goats cheese dish and the cherries and meringue for dessert.

  • ((((( 6 August 2016 by Louise Seymour from London

    Very good food

  • ((((( 8 May 2016 by Nick Tyler from London

    Great as always. Yet another interesting wine to accompany creative food selection. 'Tapas-style' menu works well, and offers more opportunity to include even more creative vegetable dishes. Meat and fish superb. But the never traditional and always interesting wine list here always captures my heart!

  • ((((* 27 April 2016 by Pamela Neville-sington from London

    The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The flavours in each dish were subtle and wonderful, and the selection is especially good for a vegetarian (as one of us was). I didn't think I would like sitting on a high stool - a change from the restaurant's previous incarnation - but it was surprisingly comfortable. And, of course, the location is great, with those large picture windows looking out on to the buzzing backstreets of Mayfair. My only comment, expensive, but, c'est la vie!

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