Alastair Little Soho

About Alastair Little Soho

Alastair Little showed the rest of the world how to do it differently way back when, and his Soho restaurant is still brilliant in style and execution. This was the first of the non-stuffy high-quality eateries that combined modern, almost stark decor (intermittently dotted with modern paintings) with revolutionary freshness and flavours. Now it is widely copied, but the modern French/Italian influence that Little incorporates into the menu here were once unknown. The service is smooth and time has not withered the stunning flavours of the kitchen one little jot. We recently oohed and aahed over starter of foie gras, chicken and parma ham terrine with cornichons, and main of fillet of seabass with Umbrian lentil salad, topped off with homemade vanilla ice cream with very old sweet sherry.

Full a la carte


Breast of wood pidgeon with a ’bubble and squeak’ pancake
Spaghettini with mussels, chilli, garlic butter
Roast pear and pecorino salad

Main Course

Whole roast partridge with braised Savoy cabbage
Rump of lamb with artichokes, French beans and new potatoes
Pumpkin and ricotta with sage and a rocket salad


Stem ginger creme brulee
Chocolate and apricot tart with chocolate icecream
Tarte fine with praline ice cream

Additional Information


49 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4SG

Nearest tube:

Tottenham Court Road

Average Price:

£55 - £64

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 11:30pm

Dress Code: