We’ll be taking a certain number of bookings whilst leaving plenty of space for walk-ins so that you can easily come to see us whenever the urge grabs you.
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Housed in a former Soho brothel and the notorious “Le Reims” lap dancing club. Like much of 1950s Soho, Great Windmill Street was infamous for it’s activities of the night as well as the Nosh Bar, a salt beef institution, which for 40 years was a local favourite for a mix of celebrities du jour, Soho showgirls and even the late A.A Gill. The atmosphere is fun and true to our Soho heritage, yet we still catch the occasional former punter descending the stairs before hastily retreating realising it’s not quite the same establishment they frequented in the 90s
Monday - Friday
12:00pm - 3:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
11:45am - 8:00pm
Walk-ins are always warmly welcome. Do pop in and we’ll get you your table as soon as we can. If there is a wait for a table, we’ll do our very best to make it as short as possible and you can grab a sharpener in one of our local favourites while we get to work on it for you.
We know that bookings are important for certain occasions and so take bookings for any sized group at lunch and until 6pm for those looking to eat at a specific time. After 6pm we leave the restaurant largely free for walk-ins but do take bookings for groups of six, seven or eight.
How to Get Here
Located in the heart of Soho with fantastic transport links from Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Oxford Circus, near the many theatres on Shaftsbury Avenue, the photographers gallery and London’s most famous shopping district.
Nearest Stations: Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus
- Piccadilly Circus
- Oxford Circus
- Leicester Square
- Tottenham Court Road
- Ham Yard
- Quo Vadis
- Circolo Popolare