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Alexis Gauthier
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Big Dipper comes to Soho
From Monday 6th June until 10th June 2016, Gauthier Soho will be supporting Soho Create  festival with a special food offering designed just for Soho Create. The BIG DIPPER is a classic French dip sandwich of pastrami and caramelised onions served with a po...

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Funniest Tripadvisor review ?
The funniest review of my favourite restaurant. The reviewer is clearly gifted- hilarious recollection of an attempting meal at La Petite Maison in Nice. It reminded me so many good memories there.... “A once in a lifetime experience...” Reviewed 27 August ...

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Service Charge Debate: A view From the Inside
As a time of year when one of the most important
questions in our generation is being considered and debated- remaining or
leaving Europe- something rather trivial for all of us is getting some interest
in the media: Shall we force restaurants to include se...

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Something weird is happening on menus
Something weird is happening on menus - how can we keep to seasonal classics when the seasons themselves have changed? It’s already January, and here I am introducing my new winter menu. I have been creating winter menus for more than 10 years now and I hav...

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Soho - Don't get too bland please.
The closing of Madame Jojo’s last week has been hailed as a final nail in the coffin for the soul of Soho. And with good point, as with its streets over the past twenty years slowly but surely turning from famous den of freedom and debauchery to a sort of h...

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Behind the Closed Door
If you have ever felt compelled to bid adieu to charmless mundanities of life and thus armed yourself with the courage to venture into the depths of rebellious Soho; you may well have visited 21 Romilly Street.  This address has been home to a hunchbacked, ...

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Leo Zanelli
A lovely article which appeared in a local Soho magazine The Soho Clarion about a customer of ours Mr Leo Zanelli, who once lived and worked at 21 Romilly street in the late 1940s. Lovely to learn the history of life in our building, if only that it was pos...

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A love letter to Mr Bown
Since opening our doors in May 2010, we have been extremely lucky to have gained a number of regular customers, who we welcome time after time and look after them and their personal requirements as best we can. One in particular is Mr Bown, a lovely gentlem...

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Behind the Closed Door
If you have ever felt compelled to bid adieu to charmless mundanities of life and thus armed yourself with the courage to venture into the depths of rebellious Soho; you may well have visited 21 Romilly Street.  This address has been home to a hunchbacked, ...
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