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Spuntino
American Restaurant
Today 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
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61 Rupert Street London W1D 7PW United Kingdom
61 Rupert StreetGBLondonW1D 7PW
American Restaurant, Small Plates Restaurant
American Restaurant
Small Plates Restaurant
Bar
Today 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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American-Italian small-plate diner and cocktail bar with distressed tiles, bricks and bare wood.- Google
"Try the (crazy) peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or the baked pancake."
"Nice combinations, loved all the sliders especially the bone marrow one."
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Samuel Connelly
a month ago
this place was awesome!!!!! i wish i had two more hands......so i could give this place four thumbs up!!! the jalapeno burger and the mac & cheese were perfect!!! highly rcomend this establishment for the food and enviorment
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Felix Jaeckel
2 months ago
Amazing cocktails. Really enjoyed the Sazerac and old fashioned. Food is fantastic too. Pulled pork slider and fried chicken are great little snacks! Cool ambiance. Drop by during the late afternoon on a Saturday or Sunday to avoid the crowds.
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Elle Judge
6 months ago
Spuntino is the kind of place that, once you've visited, it will be one of your first suggestions to friends when in the Soho area for a bite to eat. Sitting at the bar, you do feel as though you're no longer in London, but instead in a cool New York bar. The place has a sort of dive bar feel to it, with low lighting on an evening and a cool industrial style decor. The genius of this place is that the portion sizes are small enough to try out quite a good selection of the menu - I can't recommend the pulled pork slider with pickled apple enough - but filling if you were just to order a slider and fries for yourself. My only word of warning is keep an eye on your drinks - by which I mean, we had a little...extremely enjoyable, but slightly shocking when we saw the bill experience... the wonderful staff are super knowledgeable when it comes to both the menu and the drinks. In particular, the little cocktails had caught our eye but the awesome barman offered to whip up some custom ones just for us with the kind of flavours we enjoy (all of the gin). What we weren't told and also forgot to ask, was the price. The cocktails are VERY small, so go down quite quickly...which racked up an impressive £48 bill - just for drinks as they kept being refilled for us. So maybe take a designated driver if you're planning on drinking, if only to keep an eye on your bar tab for you.
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simon bates
a week ago
Oddly inviting , like you have entered some Texan Diner on some horror movie set , Delicious cocktails . Tasty Food , and really nice staff
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Alejandro V.
2 months ago
Great food at a great value! The place is not that visible and once inside there are not proper tables but the food is really good and the staff is very helpful. We had some Mac & cheese, steak tartare and the chocolate brownie, everything was just perfect and at a very reasonable price!!!
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Mandy Mandy
6 months ago
Definitely New York dive bar feel. Pretentious and dark. Only went on for some dessert the french toast. Not what you'd expect but absolutely delicious. My friend had the PB&J, much too sweet for me but great if you have a sweet tooth. "Homemade" flavour whiskeys were good too.
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Sam Douglas
4 months ago
I find it hard to put into words how much I love this place, The Soho Supperclub rocked up at 4pm on a Tuesday and were treated to a feast of candied bacon, mac and cheese, sliders, steak tartare, some big yorkshire pudding thingy and lots lots more. Everything was awesome and the service was spectacular, everyone I know has been back time and time again.
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Justin Sasportas
8 months ago
The steak tartare gave me a campylobacter infection. Horrific diarrhoea and vomiting and a swollen inguinal lymph node. Making my life a misery for the past couple of weeks. See your doctor straight away to get on antibiotics if you've also fallen for the persuasive waiters and chosen the tartare!