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63 - 64 Frith Street, London, W1D 3JW +44 2036417636

((((* European
Main course: £17
Food spend: £50
Opening hours
Lunch, Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30, Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00. Dinner, Monday to Thursday: 17:00 - 23:00, Sunday: 17:30 - 22:30.

Every bite was heaven. Consistently wonderful.

Michelle 10 April 2016
from London

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Inventive contemporary European bistro-style cuisine has earned Soho’s Arbutus bistro deluxe restaurant a much deserved Michelin star. The multi award-winning restaurant serves charming and flavourful French and European dishes in a smart and sophisticated setting.

With imagination and creative flair, Arbutus restaurant London serves staunchly seasonal dishes alongside plats du jour. Whilst ever-changing, the Arbutus menu often features favourites such as the Cornish mullet with soft herb risotto, saddle of rabbit with caramelised endive and the slow cooked Scottish beef with roast salsify. Desserts include cold chocolate fondant with salted caramel ice cream and appealing morbier cheese. Arbutus restaurant Soho also boasts an selective, cosmopolitan wine list of around 50 labels, with all bins available in 250ml carafes.

In relaxed and intimate surroundings, Arbutus restaurant London is a sleek and seductively-lit restaurant, with plush leather seating in its long, spacious dining room. Arbutus London is just a 5-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station.


63 - 64 Frith Street, London, W1D 3JW

Contact +44 2077344545
Reservations +44 2036417636

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Customer reviews for Arbutus

4.0 ((((* (based on 206 reviews)
81% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (119)
  • romantic (89)
  • business (72)
  • lunch (65)
  • luxury (58)
  • entertainment (47)
  • trendy (46)
  • large parties (32)
  • value (28)
  • private dining (24)
  • child friendly (15)
  • views (11)
  • al fresco (10)
  • afternoon tea (9)
  • breakfast (8)
  • ((((( by from London

    Every bite was heaven. Consistently wonderful.

  • ((((( by from London

    The restaurant is lovely, beautiful décor with lovely B & W shots of 50s and 60s London. Friendly staff are helpful without being overly so, discreet is the word I think.

  • ((((( by from London

    We had the offer for the Pretheatre menu with a glass of prosseco for £26. All the food was delicious and very well presented, the starters in particular, crab bisque and beef tartare were very good. It's a small, elegant restaurant but had several tables of people at 5.30 on a week day when we dined here

  • (((** by from London

    Food is decent, flavour is above average 1 star quality. However service could be much much better. The waiter does not appear to be interested in the dish, nor did he spent time explaining what's in the dish. Very disappointed about the waiter.

  • ((((* by from London

    We have been really nice as was the wine!! Good offer!!

  • ((((( by from Worcester Park

    Loved the ambience, the food AND the service. Would love to revisit.

  • ((((( by from London

    Amazing. Booked the 3 course star deal at the very last minute through bookatable - I was running late and the restaurant was very accommodating and understanding. The food was divine, was so impressed with every course, our two waiters were attentive and we got some great recommendations on wine complete with a taste test! I highly recommend this restaurant!

  • (((** by from Soho

    The mussel starter was perfect. It's easy to overcook them, but difficult to cook them just enough to maximise texture and taste. The corn bread was delicious. My Bouillabaisse main was less successful; the fennel too hard, the fish too rare and the stock lacking in any depth. My wife had the pork, and the crackling was done to perfection. My sticky toffee pudding was a nice sponge with almost no sauce at all. My wife's apple crumble had no real crumble to it. An interpretation that didn't really work. Overall, it was ok. We went with the set lunch; the pre theatre menu looked like it might be worth a return visit.

    The décor was nice, understated. The attention from the staff polite. There were quite a few fellow diners, and apart from one irritatingly loud city type behind me, the ambiance was pleasant. A lunch for two (with tea) came in at £70.

  • ((((( by from London

    We had a lovely evening enjoying the set meal. My friends dish of mussels she found delicious. The best part was my Cornish cod dish and then banana toffee pudding. Yum. The staff attentive and also yum.

  • ((((( by from London Borough of Southwark

    Lovely food and friendly service

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