Day 21 – Stop by L’Escargot, soho’s secret escape from the festive frenzy

With four days to go, London is a hive of activity and nowhere more than in the West End and Soho. Between shoppers spilling out of the stunning store fronts of Regent Street and Oxford Street, the large groups of theatregoers proceeding up Shaftesbury Avenue or the festive revellers making the most of Soho and Chinatown’s energetic nightlife, it can all be a bit too much.

Luckily, Laurent-Perrier is here with the perfect suggestion – L’Escargot Soho!

lescargot-edible-garden-dinnerSet in the heart of Soho and conveniently located near the great theatres of London, L’Escargot has been at the epicentre of London life for almost a century. It has regularly been voted one of the best restaurants in London and is famous for its wholesome and comforting, bourgeois French cooking.

Snails, not surprisingly are a speciality of the house screen-shot-2016-12-21-at-17-04-33although the menu changes seasonally in accordance with what is fresh and perfect for the season – French favourites on offer include Lobster bisque, Salade Nicoise, and the classic Coq au Vin.

L’Escargot is one of the top restaurants in Soho and has been host to stars of stage and screen for many years. Previous clients have included, Coco Chanel, John Gielgud, Mick Jagger, Elton John and Judy Dench. Pre-theatre and post theatre dining is popular, especially with their set theatre and dinner menus on offer.

For larger groups or more intimate celebrations, their selection of private dining rooms are the perfect place to celebrate, especially accompanied by our fine cuvées which can be found for exceptional good value for this season only.

To discover more about this warm and welcoming retreat or to book a table, click here.