Quo Vadis

About Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis - a Latin phrase meaning "where are you going?" - is a superb place to ponder your path in life. This iconic west London dining institution, which first opened its doors in 1926, has been lovingly restored by Sam and Eddie Hart - the team behind the successful Spanish restaurants Fino and Barrafina. We love the luxe, retro vibe at Quo Vadis, and both the restaurant and the members club are popular with Soho media types, magazine editors and louche luvvies. Head Chef Jean Philippe Patruno has created a bold and tasty British menu at Quo Vadis, and signature dishes include the Gloucester Old Spot terrine with sauce gribiche; the seafood platter for two and the slow-cooked shoulder of pork.

Sample a la carte


- Old Spot pork terrine, sauce Gribiche £6.00
- Seabass carpaccio £6.50
- Tomato essence with crayfish £12.50
- Asparagus and butter £6.20

Other starters are available.

Main Course

- Grilled scallops £9.10
- Strathdon blue and walnut salad £13.80
- Crab tagliatelle £16.00
- Poached eggs with artichoke and Hollandaise £12.50
- Roast saddle of lamb £17.80
- Skate with capers and lemon £18.00

Other main courses are available.


- Profiteroles with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce £6.50
- Bitter chocolate cake £6.50
- Lemon tart £7.00
- Summer pudding £6.50

Other desserts are available.

Additional Information


26 - 29 Dean Street, W1D 3LL

Nearest tube:

Piccadilly Circus

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 12pm - 3pm & 5:30pm - 11pm

Dress Code:

Smart casual