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Gauthier French/British Restaurant in Soho, London

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Gauthier is one of the top restaurants in Soho - it has a Michelin star and offers some of the most inspired food in the whole of London. The head chef at Gauthier is called Alexis Gauthier and he offers food that has been cooked in a unique style - all of the staff who are trained to work in Alexis Gauthier's kitchen must learn to create perfect dishes without the use of timers or weighting scales. The philosophy of the restaurant is the food is made to its best by using instincts and intuition. The result is an exciting restaurant experience in an atmosphere where you can guarantee that you will be surrounded by diners who have the same level of passion for food that you do. The restaurant's décor is classic and simple, with crisp white tablecloths and modern art on the walls.

Gauthier is well-known for its impressive wine list. They also have their own wine cellar (a sure sign that wine is top of the list of priorities at Gauthier). To find out more about the wine shop, see the Wine Shop section of the Gauthier official website.

Cuisine: British/ French

Gauthier Restaurant in Soho
Gauthier Restaurant in Soho

Gauthier Soho
21 Romilly Street
London
W1D 5AF

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7494 3111

Website: Official Gauthier Soho Website

Opening times:

Lunch:
Tuesday - Thursday: 12:00 Noon - 14:30
Friday - Saturday: 12:00 Noon - 15:00

Dinner:
Tuesday - Thursday: 18:30 - 21:30
Friday - Saturday: 18:30 - 22:30

Tube Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Brown Line / Bakerloo Line, Blue Line / Piccadilly Line)


How to book:

Telephone bookings: You can book over the phone using the number above.

Online bookings: You can book at the Bookings page on the Gauthier official website

Email bookings: You can book via email by sending an email from the Official Gauthier Soho Contact Page

Walk-in bookings: Gauthier is one of Soho's most renowned Michelin starred restaurants. This makes booking virtually essential (if you are planning on coming in the evening at the weekend you should try to book about a week in advance). However, if you want to try your luck at getting a table on the day during your trip to Soho, you will need to aim to the restaurant right at the start of the dining services to see if they have anything available.


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