Gauthier Soho Foodie Review

This is a true gem!! Tucked away in a gorgeous townhouse just around the corner from the buzz of Soho and Leicester Square, it is a little french gastronomic oasis. From ringing the doorbell to a discreet and intimate town house be let in, to the mouthwatering spot-on, seasonal dishes, this place is simply perfect. I usually go here for their standard lunches but this time, I went for their Christmas Lunch. IMG_8999 A Selection of Hot & Cold Canapés IMG_9001 Amuse Bouche IMG_9004 Thin & Crispy Foie Gras Club, Parmesan Velouté & Wild Mushroom Marmalade IMG_9003 Roasted Scottish Scallops, Jerusalem Artichoke Cream & Crunchy Pear and Coral Jus – Three big seared scallops, perfectly cooked but it was on the slight salty side. IMG_9011 Slow Roasted Guinea Fowl Braised Leg, Chestnut & Stuffed Cabbage, Classic Jus & Jellies IMG_9010 Daurade Royale Soufflé, Caramelised Chicories, Sautéed Chards, Lobster Velouté IMG_9012 Pre-Dessert IMG_9028Pear & Cinnamon Parfait, Red Wine Jelly and Dark Chocolate IMG_9034 Min & Mango Marshmellow, Chocolate Truffles IMG_9033 Their Earl Grey Tea has an amazing aroma and I love their choice of pots and cups Overall, the food and service was impeccable! It is definitely a must visit restaurant in London. There was also a great selection of wines and we had a bottle of Bourgogne Rouge, Domaine Robert Chevillon 2011 which was very light and easy to drink. It also gets more crisp and dry the longer you breathe it. I cannot recommend it more. I really don’t have the words to describe each dish! Lots of Love, Tweedle T 21 Romilly Street, London W1D 5AF 020 7494 3111 £38.50 per person (available for lunch only)

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