Quo Vadis is an institution on Dean Street in London's Soho. First opened by the Italian immigrant Pepino Leoni in 1926, the restaurant still illuminates in its original glory thanks to its new owners who restored the restaurant with love and care. Quo Vadis is an excellent restaurant serving modern British cuisine in an elegant environment.
The menu of the Quo Vadis changes daily. Prepared with the best and freshest ingredients available, the chefs at the Quo Vadis specialise in simple cooking with a focus on unfolded and rich flavours. A cover charge of a mere £2 per person guarantees homemade bread and unlimited still and sparkling water. The menu includes a variety of seafood, pasta, grilles and roasted dishes. Favourites are squid ink taglietelle, 28 day Hereford with chips - rib and slow braised ox cheeks. The restaurant's wine list offers familiar wines as well as more extravagant and vintage ones. One way or the other, all wines have been carefully chosen to complement meals personally by the owners.
The main dining room of the restaurant is flooded with light thanks to its beautiful stained glass windows. Either soft leather banquettes or comfortable chairs are seated around elegantly decorated tables giving room for two to four people. For larger parties, two private dining rooms are available which share the same elegance and beauty as the main dining room.
Opening times: Monday - Saturday lunch: 12:00 - 14:45, dinner 17:30 - 22:45
26-29 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 3LLView Larger Map
Best For Whom
- Business Travellers
Best For What
- Fine Dining
- Lively Atmosphere