Best French Restaurants in Soho

Le Relais De Venise L'Entrecote

$$$ 50 Dean Street, W1D 5BQ, Soho, London
French Premium Casual
This Soho branch is one of four London restaurants from a group that kicked off with a Paris original, back in 1959. The restaurant is located at the cross-section of Dean Street and Romilly Street, at the heart of the lively area of Soho and of its theaters, nearby Chinatown and Picadilly Circus. You will find here all that you loved in the Paris restaurant serving delicious French cuisine!

Laurent At Cafe Royal

$$$$ 68 Regent Street, W1B 4DY, Soho, London
French Fine dining Elegant & Chic
Laurent at Cafe Royal is the new Grill and Sushi Bar by Laurent Tourondel. At home on the first floor of the five-star Hotel Cafe Royal on Regent Street, Laurent is open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktails late into the night. Located where Soho, St James, and Mayfair meet this is the perfect spot for business lunches, a weekend brunch or to begin or end a night out in the West End.

Gautier Soho

$$$$ 21 Romilly Street, W1D 5AF, Soho, London
French European Fine dining Elegant & Chic
Having earned a star within a year of opening Gauthier Soho, Alexis Gauthier is described by Zagat guide as " of the Best New French food destinations in London...". With an emphasis on vegetables in all dishes, providing a seasonal tasting menu with the best possible ingredients (British where possible) for omnivores and a vegetable option and an A la Carte and lunch/pre-theatre option. All served in a chic Soho Townhouse where the staff really make you feel special. There are also five private dining rooms for parties of all sizes.

Randall & Aubin Restaurant

$$$ 16 Brewer Street, W1F 0SQ, Soho, London
French Premium Casual
Randall and Aubin Restaurant offers the freshest seafood and succulent roasts complimented with a carefully selected wine list that ranges from old favorites to new discoveries. since the food is inspired by French and British classics. Add to this the daily specials that are inspired by seasonal produce using local suppliers, and you can be sure of an ever-changing and exciting menu. Every dish is served with more than just a smile, but with real warmth, joviality, and enthusiasm that has guests coming back time and time again.

Prix Fixe Brasserie

$$$ 39 Dean Street, W1D 4PU, Soho, London
French European Casual Dining
Situated on Soho's famous Dean Street in the West End of London, Prix Fixe is the perfect place to enjoy affordable French food, close to Covent Garden and Chinatown. Ideal for impressing on a first date or sharing a pre-theatre meal, Prix Fixe Brasserie proves to be a popular choice for diners before or after a night out in Soho's many bars and clubs. Alongside weekly specials and set menus, the main menu offers a delicious range of French cuisine infused with elements of modern European style. Enhanced by the friendly staff and piano evenings, the contemporary feel of Prix Fixe inspires an irresistible, romantic atmosphere - ideal for dining by candlelight.

Pierre Victoire

$$$ 5 Dean Street, W1D 3RQ, Soho, London
French Casual Dining
Pierre Victoire Bistro has been established as one of Soho's most charming French restaurants since opening its doors to London in 1998. The classic French Bistro style décor complete with an eclectic collection of art pieces and chalkboards detailing the daily specials sets an inviting scene in which to enjoy a fabulous and very affordable French meal.

Cote Brasserie

$$$$ 124-126 Wardour Street, W1F 0TY, Soho, London
French European Fine dining Premium Casual
The inspiration for the food and design of Cote is a modern interpretation of the many famous bistros of Paris. Inspired by new trends, we are dedicated to serving authentic classic French dishes with a modern twist, using high-quality products at great prices.

L'Escargot Bar And Restaurant

$$$$ 48 Greek Street, W1D 4EF, Soho, London
French Fine dining
L’Escargot is a classic and oldest French spot in Soho. Set in the heart of Soho and conveniently located near the great theatres of London, L’Escargot has been at the epicenter of London life since 1927. However, even though a Soho legend, it has kept itself very much up-to-date. Relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff, delicious french cuisine, and wine.


$$$ 9 D'Arblay Street,, W1F 8DR, Soho, London
French European Premium Casual
Blanchette is a Parisian-style bistro with trompe l'oeil murals, serving French sharing plates with a modern twist.

Brasserie Zedel

$$$ 20 Sherwood Street, W1F 7ED, Soho, London
French Premium Casual
Located in the heart of Piccadilly bordering Soho and Regent Street, Brasserie Zédel is a grand and bustling Parisian brasserie. With a relaxed and lively atmosphere, the restaurant serves traditional French food at a remarkably good value. Brasserie Zédel is open throughout the day, serving classic dishes.

Cafe Boheme

$$$$ 13 Old Compton Street, W1D 4UE, Soho, London
French European Fine dining
After 25 years of service, Cafe Boheme has been completely refurbished and has reopened in its original Soho location. We're serving traditional French classics such as soupe de poisson, steak frites and escargots with smoked bacon & garlic. Join us for hearty French food with simplicity, and live jazz every day.

Antidote Wine Bar

$$$ 12A Newburgh Street, W1F 7RR, Soho, London
French European Premium Casual
Antidote restaurant and wine bar has been pleasing palates for over 15 years. Antidote's kitchen is run by talented Head Chef Michael Hazlewood who serves a constantly changing menu featuring some of the most impressive seasonal produce you'll find anywhere in the capital. With an impressive list of finely sourced organic and biodynamic wines, it's the perfect place to enjoy inventive cooking and a good few glasses of wine. The venue is spread over two floors and features a bookable outdoor terrace and cheese and charcuterie bar on the ground floor and a recently refurbished bright and elegant dining room on the first floor.

Le Pan Quotidien

$$$ Wardour Street, W1F 0TB, Soho, London
French European Casual Dining
Le Pan Quotidien is a bakery and restaurant located right in the heart of Soho, serving simple, wholesome and seasonal food. Le Pain Quotidien means "the daily bread" in French, and as the name suggests, we're bakers at heart. At Le Pain Quotidien, there is a belief that food should be simple, nourishing, and delicious.
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