5* Review The Ivy Brasserie Soho

Review The Ivy Brasserie Soho…

The Ivy Soho Brasserie on Broadwick Street is the brand new sister eatery to the world renowned Ivy & Ivy Club in Covent Garden.

This restaurant offers exquisite (but comfortable) surroundings with excellent (but incredible value) food! I loved it.

Uniquely and beautifully decorated with artworks inspired by Soho’s music scene, the huge space is made up of a restaurant, bar, private dining room and terrace with Parisian-style seating.

Being located in Soho, the brasserie has a DJ spinning music every Friday and Saturday from 7pm and on weekends during brunch until close. Something awfully modern for The Ivy!

It’s a perfect restaurant with superb service and incredible value for money.

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The Ivy Soho Brasserie’s look and feel has been created by the Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.

It has an onyx bar, bronze pendant lighting, marble floor tiles, polished parquet and a mixture of burnt orange leather and velvet banquettes and bar stools. It’s totally respectful of The Ivy’s legacy.

It truly is a beautiful room to dine in and arguably more spacious and comfortable than the original Ivy on West Street.

The food is excellent and served in the classiest fashion.

What the Ivy offer both in Covent Garden & Soho is refined elegance that is utterly comfortable and relaxed…as is the menu.

To begin there’s familiar favourites including prawn cocktail, duck salad and the scallops which were delicious!

Next the mains have the Shepherds Pie, roast chicken & my favourite – the chicken milanese….

The dessert tonight was divine. The cherry sundae was incredible!

We were cheeky and shared between 3, which was more than enough!

We did have a start and entrée though lol…

I just love the Ivy Soho Brasserie.

It’s glamorous but relaxed, elegant but not pompous.

This is a balance that few get perfectly right.

Congratulations to The Ivy. A delicious couple of hours for dinner in the West End.

Review 7th November 2017 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio