5 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 3RQ 0208 166 2965
- Main course: £13
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Open daily from 12:00 to 23:00.
A classic Soho dining hotspot, Pierre Victoire has served up a delectable range of good value French bistro-style classics since it first opened in 1998. Wine and dine in candlelight whilst the charming live piano music plays in the background.
Cosy and intimate, the dining room at Pierre Victoire Soho is punctuated with an electic collection of French artwork and rustic chalkboards. A small al fresco terrace provides charming pavement dining in temperate weather.
The legendary steak frites at Pierre Victoire restaurant sits alongside modern European favourites like whole sea bass with baby squid, fennel and lemon gremolata or crispy pork belly with roasted confit banana shallot and creamy mash. Favourite Gallic classics on the Pierre Victoire menu include traditional escargot-style mussels with pernod butter or hand chopped steak tartar with cornichons.
Pierre Victoire London is an established Soho gem, offering delicious, affordable French dining. Tottenham Court Road Tube Station is a 4-minute walk away.
5 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 3RQ
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Customer reviews for Pierre Victoire
((((* 11 December 2012 by Jenny Wren from London
Dined at lunch time and had their set Christmas lunch which was great.
((((( 30 April 2012 by Nor from amersham
Dined at 8pm on a Saturday. Table not ready (no prob) we went off and had a drink came back 15 mins later and table was ready. There was a pianist playing which only added to the already fantastic atmosphere. Meal great, as always.
((((* 6 April 2012 by PattyLaBelle from London
Ages since I've been here; as good as remembered. Sorry there is no longer one in Ealing. My daughter, who was with us, used to like the Glasgow one!
((((( 27 February 2012 by Jeni A from Tadworth
We dined at Sunday lunchtime. Arrived late because of difficulty in finding it - mainly because of so many road closures in Central London. This was not a problem. Our meals were served quickly and efficiently by friendly staff and were well presented. Everything was delicious and the house wine was fantastic.
((((* 1 November 2011 by Pito from Milan
Lunch at 13.30 Great staff and food
((((* 9 October 2011 by jeff from Reading
Pre-theatre meal was good value, plenty of choice and well served
((((* 30 August 2011 by BAM from Lincoln
Table booked for 17:30 on a Friday night - Pre-Set Theatre Menu. We were the 2nd couple in the Restaurant at the time so it was very quiet. By the time we had finsihed at 19:00 it was a bit busier but not packed. Atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant. Generally the food looked and tasted very good and on its own was pretty good value, however, extras like drinks and deserts pushed up the prices significantly. I would eat here again and would recommend it to others, but if trying to keep prices down, beware of the extras! Also, please note that there is building work going on outside the restaurant and a blue screen has been erected across the narrow street. Of course this is only temporary but you should be aware of it.
((((( 29 May 2011 by The Mad Hatter from Kent
((((( 23 May 2011 by Liz from Durham
my party of 7 enjoyed a lovely meal on Sat evening. We would recommend Pierre Victoire to anyone wanting good food, friendly service and great atmosphere.
(**** 22 March 2011 by sellis from london
I went to Pierre Victoire for dinner with a friend last week. We were given the menu and then forgotten about. Because we were so tired we didn't want to leave and look for another place so we tried to get the attention of waitstaff to get our orders. Twenty minutes later we succeeded. It is a cramped place with poor acoustics, it got so noisy that we had to shout to hear each other as if we were in a bar. Our questions about the fish were greeted by a shrugging "I don't know and I don't care" attitude (obviously not in those words) so with fear of losing the waiter again we gave up ordered the duck and the chicken. Half an hour later my chicken arrived, and my friend had to wait for her duck for another 20 minutes. The chicken was undercooked and the vegetables next to it had alread gone cold when they arrived. Overall we spent a good 2 hours mostly starving and waiting, all the while not being able to have a proper conversation. When it came to pay the bill, the waiter obviously thought that it was more important to clear up the 2 tables that had just left before bringing us our bill. Don't go to this restaurant unless one or more of these apply: 1) You have the patience of Solomon. 2) You are at least partially deaf. 3) You hate the person who is your guest and want to make them suffer. Seriously, there are much nicer places in Soho to part with your hard-earned cash and they do involve service with a smile.
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