Andrew Edmunds

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Candlelit supper for two or more
As romantic as Soho gets, the warm and intimate if rather pokey Andrew Edmunds has emerged as a local institution since its opening in relatively recent 1986, despite giving off the impression of a restaurant steeped in history going back to the origins of its 18th-century townhouse setting. The analog woodiness and candlelight certainly augment the olde-worlde experience, as does a menu that might veer from quail to scallops, from dressed crab to salt marsh lamb rump. And the wine list is renowned – one of the restaurant's top selling points. Friendly and knowledgeable waiters too. This is surely a one-off. And not without gay appeal.
  • 46 Lexington St
    London, England W1F 0LW
  • Soho
  • Website
  • Mon to Fri noon—3.30pm, 5.30pm—10.45pm
    Sat 12.30pm—3.30pm, 5.30pm—10.45pm
    Sun 1pm—4pm, 6pm—10.30pm
  • +44 20 7437 5708
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