Quo Vadis, founded in 1926 is one of its kind and located on the famous Dean Street, Soho in Central London this venue definitely has the colourful history you may expect from its popular postcode. Developed originally by Pepino Leoni who established the venue as a great Soho restaurant later passing hands to the Hart brothers who have taken on the venue to continue the excellent food and drink reputation that the restaurant always had.
Formerly a home to Karl Marx, the Great Dame of Dean Street continues to draw an eclectic and epicurean crowd, attracted to the good things in life. The restaurants serve seasonal, regional British fare, with a menu conjured up by Jeremy Lee and his team. An exuberant private members’ club, with two bars and its own restaurant, meets every requirement from dusk until dawn.
Quo Vadis also boasts two handsome private dining rooms, both beautifully appointed and very well attended to. The venue boasts two rather extraordinary and beautiful private dining rooms situated on the 2nd floor that delightfully accommodate all requirements, from breakfasts, lunches & dinners, to wedding celebrations or whatever other gathering you may have in mind.
The venue is a short walk from Tottenham Court Road station
BY CAR Venue address:
26-29 Dean Street, London W1D 3LL