Each of our restaurants has its own personality and atmosphere. From modern British to classic Italian, we’re committed to producing simple dishes using locally sourced ingredients in all our kitchens.
Named after Chicago philanthropist, Charles Allis, this lounge and bar serves light meals, coffee, cold-pressed juices and craft cocktails.
Cecconi’s is a long-established restaurant, which originated in Venice and serves hand-made pasta and dishes from Northern Italy.
On London’s Shaftesbury Avenue, Cafe Monico serves French-Italian dishes from late morning through to dinner, seven days a week.
Our first Cecconi’s in Germany is located next to The Store on the ground floor of the Soho House building. It has an open-plan kitchen, wood oven, marble floor, red leather booth seating and serves hand-made pasta, seafood and dishes from Northern Italy.
Chicken Shop is the home of rotisserie-cooked, free-range birds served with a choice of sides. The design is based on 1950s American general stores.
Dean Street Townhouse serves classic breakfasts, afternoon tea and an all-day menu of British favourites in a landmark Georgian building.
Conceived in a car park in London, Dirty Burger serves sinful burgers and crinkle cut fries, for those that like it quick and dirty.
The farmshop is a restaurant & cafe in Bicester Village. Paying respect to the Oxfordshire countryside, the décor has cobblestone floors, barn doors and exposed beams. There’s outdoor terrace seating and two private dining spaces.
Kettner’s Townhouse serves an all day menu of traditional French food, using locally sourced ingredients.
A French-American diner on London’s Portobello Road outfitted with leather banquettes, bar seating and a reel-to-reel tape deck.
Modelled on the traditional English pub, Fox Bar has leather bar stools, dark wood tables, a dart board and a vinyl record player.
Hoxton Grill is a contemporary restaurant with an open kitchen, leather banquettes, lounge area and private dining rooms.
Pizza East offers wood oven pizzas, daily-changing specials and classic cocktails. Italian cured meats and cheese are available to buy from the Deli.
High Road Brasserie is a French-style neighbourhood restaurant. It has art deco features, a vintage bar and a terrace facing Chiswick High Road.
After 25 years of service, Cafe Boheme has been completely refurbished and has reopened in its original Soho location.