Nestled in the heart of Soho, 100 Wardour Street beckons with delicious food and a unique blend of live performances, offering a sensory journey that transcends the ordinary.

My friend and I visited this Soho gem last week and enjoyed a three-course meal as we sat and listened to a live jazz band performing in front of our very eyes.

Wandsworth Times: 100 Wardour Street has a vibrant ambience with customers at every corner – it fits perfectly into Soho’s eclectic spirit and offers a fun retreat just moments away from the buzzy Oxford Street.

The restaurant's stylish décor and welcoming atmosphere create the perfect backdrop for an evening of culinary exploration and live entertainment.

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The a la carte menu at 100 Wardour features a diverse array of high-end dishes that cater to a spectrum of tastes.

For starters, my friend had the spiced sweet potato and squashed soup, priced at £8, and I chose the roasted camembert which featured cranberry sauce, potato, and rosemary sourdough, this was priced at £15.

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I know ‘camembert season’ is technically over, but I could quite literally eat it in any season, especially 100 Wardour Street’s camembert.

The soft and creamy cheese paired perfectly with the surprisingly sour cranberry sauce, and the potatoes gave it an extra buttery texture.

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For mains, I enjoyed a ribeye dry aged steak 35g, which came with pickled mushroom, tomatoes, shallots salad, and peppercorn sauce – this was priced at £40.

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My friend had the braised beef cheeks, priced at £35, and we shared some broccoli and chips, which were fluffy but crispy, and coated in a parmesan and truffle oil.

As expected, the steak was delicious, and boasted an intense, robust flavour characterized by its rich marbling – perfect for any meat lovers.

What truly sets 100 Wardour Street apart is its live performances, transforming the dining experience into a multisensory extravaganza, and we were fortunate to sit and watch a fabulous band as we enjoyed our food.

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The stage, strategically positioned to ensure visibility from every corner of the restaurant, hosted an eclectic band on the night we visited, who remixed contemporary tunes with soulful jazz, and it was quite literally an angelic experience.

The seamless integration of live music with dining creates an ambiance that is both lively and sophisticated, enhancing the overall dining experience.

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The attentive and friendly staff at 100 Wardour Street contribute significantly to the establishment's appeal.

Their knowledge of the menu and willingness to accommodate preferences enhanced the sense of service, ensuring that each guest feels valued and well-cared-for.

100 Wardour Street is no stranger to hosting fabulous events, such as a bottomless brunch at the weekend, and the upcoming Valentines Day set menu, which will see live, romantic music and a three-course dinner for £89 per person.

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On the menu, take your pick from dishes designed to make your heart skip a beat, such as burrata served with pear, walnut and honey chilli oil; and desserts including Limoncello cheesecake with zingy raspberries; and an indulgent chocolate brownie with raspberry sorbet.

For those keen to let the music do the talking on the most romantic night of the year, Sol and The Gang will be providing the soundtrack, taking to centre stage to serenade guests with toe tapping renditions of the finest love songs from the worlds of R&B, pop, funk and soul.

In conclusion, 100 Wardour Street stands as a testament to the magic that unfolds when culinary artistry meets live entertainment.

Whether you're seeking a romantic dinner, a celebratory gathering, or simply a night out in Soho, 100 Wardour Street promises an enchanting journey of flavours and sounds that will leave a lasting impression.