A new eatery is opening and we can’t wait – Old Compton Brasserie Soho
Soho is a hubbub of great things to do and places to eat and the newest to join the bunch is the Old Compton Brasserie Soho. A stunning all-day restaurant and bar, it is set to open in September with a soft launch from the 29th August to the 3rd September offering diners 50% off food.
Where is it
As it’s namesake suggests, it is in Old Comfort Street and is inspired by London’s most creative neighbourhood, with bespoke art from artists and pieces that reflect the area’s iconic history. Easily accessible by tube stations Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road and Picadilly Circus and mainline station Charing Cross, it is situated in a great location ideal for either starting or ending your day.
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What food does it serve
The Old Compton Brasserie Soho will serve a British menu which champions provenance, seasonality and quality. There will be a whole host of all-day brasserie favourites on offer such as eggs benedict and chia pudding with yoghurt for breakfast and mains such as pids in blankets with creamy mash and onion jus or aromatic truffle roast chicken and kedgeree scotch eggs with curried mayo.
There will be an inventive vegan menu on offer including a range of plant-based dishes such as a vegan bacon and cheese burger; and charred vegetables with chilli hummus and hazelnut dressing.
The Old Compton Brasserie Soho will also serve plenty of delicious drinks including wines by the glass and bottle, craft beers and a host of delicious cocktails. Whether you decide to pop in for a coffee in the morning or a cocktail before or after dinner, it’s a location that is bound to impress.
Old Compton Brasserie
36-38 Old Compton Street