Dean Street Townhouse, London

Hereford beef with roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, autumn greens, honey-roasted root vegetables

Highly-rated, hugely popular, all-day British dining venue Dean Street Townhouse in Soho was the scene of Sunday lunch recently. Sunday Roast here is £24 for two, and £28 for three courses - definitely on the high side - but many a review suggested that the quality of food here was worth it.

I, in fact we all, had exactly the same menu, starting with a first course of Cured salmon, pickled cucumber and dill dressing, which was fairly standard issue.

Cured salmon, pickled cucumber and dill dressing

The mains then arrived, complete with all the trimmings - Hereford beef with roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, autumn greens, honey-roasted root vegetables. It was most enjoyable; the meat moist and tender and perfectly pink, the potatoes crisp on the outside and beautifully fluffy and creamy on the inside, the Yorkshire pudding just a tad heavier than the best versions but still an acceptable rendition.

Bramley apple crumble

For dessert, Bramley apple crumble was lovely, with a reassuring warmth that sat very well on a cold winter’s day.

Service was polite and adequate, but not the most effusive or endearing.

In a nutshell...
By all accounts a very successful Sunday roast lunch. Dean Street Townhouse did not disappoint.

7/10

Dean Street Townhouse
69-71 Dean Steet, London W1D 3SE
+44 (0)2074341775
Average Price: £25-£35

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