- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £60
- Opening hours
- Open for lunch from 12:00 to 14:45 and dinner from 17:30 to 22:45, Monday to Saturday. Closed on Sunday.
Boasting high praise from esteemed critic AA Gill, Quo Vadis offers a luxurious British dining emporium. A sensitively restored setting, the maze of cosmopolitan rooms includes a bar, dining room and Members Club.
British classics are given a modern overhaul and artistic presentation, with favourites including charcoal-grilled Longhorn beef served with triple cooked chips, or red gurnard with clams and sea beet. The high end dining room is offset by a relaxed al fresco terrace, concealed by its striking black and white awning.
A glossy bar at Quo Vadis restaurant showcases a selection of casual cuisine and fine wines, as well as flashy cocktails from the award-winning QV mixologists. Gourmet coffees and light bites are also served at Quo Vadis London.
An eclectic eatery with sophisticated Art Nouveau flourishes, the historic setting of Quo Vadis Soho was once home to philosopher Karl Marx. Tottenham Court Road Tube Station is just 6 minutes’ walk away.
26-29 Dean Street, London, W1D 3LL
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Customer reviews for Quo Vadis
((((( 7 June 2011 by Kat the eat from London
We just coule not fault Quo Vadis ain any way. we had the most wnderful dining experience and as local Londoners will be back as soon as possible.
((((( 2 March 2011 by Fitsy from Sittingbourne
We dined at 5:30 on a Saturday pre theatre. The restaurant was virtually empty and this lead to great attentive service. The food from start to finish was faultless which lead to a most pleasurable dining experience. Highlight of the evening.
((((( 23 December 2010 by Sophie from London
We visited as a pre-Christmas treat- was wonderful!
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