Mele e Pere

46 Brewer Street, London, W1F 9TF

Top offer

Star Deal - 3 courses & a glass of bubbles £20 per person

Available lunch & dinner Mon-Sun (December dinner Sun-Thur until 18:00 & from 21:30 and Fri-Sat until 22:30) until 31 March 2019, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.


Main course: £20
Food spend: £30

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 12.00 - 23.00
Sunday: 12.00 - 22.00.

Restaurant description

One of Soho's most sought-after destinations, Mele e Pere blends Italian gastronomy and an on-trend setting. Retro Anglepoise wall lamps and an apothecary-style bar lend an old-school vibe, and the dining room features quirky retro design throughout.

Heading the kitchen, Andrea Mantovani offers a playful mix of classic and modern trattoria dishes. A daily-changing selection ensures optimum freshness, with Mele e Pere menu favourites including braised rabbit with polenta, or gnocchi with mussels and clams. Eclectic artisanal sharing plates are also offered at Mele e Pere in London.

Perfectly in tune with the edginess and vibrancy of Soho, basement bar dwellers can sample Mele e Pere restaurant’s homemade vermouth for a traditional Italian tipple. A lengthy list of Italian wines complements the rustic, natural flavours.

Translating as ‘apples and pears’, Mele e Pere in Soho brings a quirky yet refined eatery to one of London’s liveliest areas. Piccadilly Circus Tube Station is a 4-minute walk away.

Customer reviews for Mele e Pere
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Recommended for

  • large parties (365)
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  • romantic (312)
  • private dining (164)
  • al fresco (27)
  • value (671)
  • dinner (1152)
  • afternoon tea (18)
  • business (203)
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  • breakfast (24)
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  • child friendly (73)
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  • trendy (475)
  • By Sophie P from London
    1 March 2019

    Slightly disappointed this time. I've been a few times before and the food had been wonderful but it wasn't this time. The pasta was overcooked and not seasoned properly. Not sure I would rush back

  • By Daniel B from London
    23 February 2019

    Great restaurant with amazing cocktails and wine to compliment the best Italian food in London. Mood is perfect and service is second to none.

  • By Colin W from Watford
    21 February 2019

    Excellent value set lunch menu at £20 with bubbles.....great size portions too. Will definitely be back

  • By Filippos A from London
    15 February 2019

    It was a good experience. Good value for money

  • By S B from London
    15 February 2019

    Excellent food, excellent value and try out the vermouth bar downstairs whilst you are there.

  • By Mary C from London
    13 February 2019

    It was a really lovely relaxing lunch. I was with an old friend and we hadn't met for some months. We were able to catch up, not rushed at all and delicious food and drinks were served by extremely pleasant and helpful staff. I am gluten intolerant but they completely understood the problem and dealt with it. We'll be back soon!

  • By Sharon V from London
    9 February 2019

    Reasonable restaurant- a bit noisy and staff not good at explaining the menus. Food ok - but nothing to write home about (other than the starter salad in the set menu)

  • By Steve C from London
    9 February 2019

    We were disappointed really. It was busy as it was Chinese New Year but the service was poor. My Truffle Pasta dish was lovely but our friends seafood pasta had all empty shells and no seafood.

  • By Graham T from London
    7 February 2019

    Went on the £20 meal deal. Excellent value!

  • By Megan J from London
    7 February 2019

    Gave it a try after reading the mixed reviews and have to say I agree with a lot of the negative feelings about the food. It's great that you can book a table in Soho if you're meeting friends and the room upstairs is cool, drinks are very good too. Calamari - not sure if it was cooked properly as it had a funny texture, broccoli with burrata was plain boiled no real flavour to it, could do with some olive oil and salt added to it. My pasta was super thick and the sauce was quite rich - goats cheese cream with walnuts so it sat in the stomach. Tiramisu was good. Probably wouldn't go back .

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Mele e Pere
46 Brewer Street, London, W1F 9TF

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