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Quo Vadis

26-29 Dean St. Send to Phone
Underground: Leicester Sq.
With a revamp and chef Jeremy Lee in the kitchen, this Soho stalwart is rejuvenated.
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Quo Vadis Restaurant Review

: In the skilled hands of restaurateurs and brothers Sam and Eddie Hart, Quo Vadis just gets better. The twosome came to fame with Fino and Barrafina then took over this old stager. They have reopened after an extensive modernisation and revamp and have brought in Jeremy Lee as chef --- he was formerly the longstanding toque at the Blueprint Cafe. The name of the game is reliable British food, often with a European twist. Classics include rabbit, pigeon and foie gras terrine, house-smoked salmon, even the quintessentially British brown shrimps on toast for starters; and grilled rack of lamb and skate with capers and lemon for mains. Treacle tart and summer pudding are available in season. There’s a good wine list with decent mark-ups; the initial service problems have been ironed out and the atmosphere is terrific. What more could anyone want? Set lunch and pre-theatre menu 2 courses £17.50, 3 courses £19.50.

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