Quo Vadis Restaurant
BEYOND THE GREAT EDIFICE of Quo Vadis is a historic Soho restaurant and members’ club with a colourful past and a timeless allure. Formerly a brothel and 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 three handsome private dining rooms, both beautifully appointed and very well attended to.
Quo Vadis is one of the most beloved and historic restaurants in Soho, drawing a loyal arts and media crowd who covet the ever-changing menu by Head Chef, Jeremy Lee. Inside, you’ll find a haven of relaxed, yet sophisticated dining which is always an intimate affair. Last time we visited the chef came out into the restaurant to visit with customers, which was a very nice touch. On their current set menu, you can enjoy the seasonal pumpkin, sage and Parmesan soup as well as the hearty Braised lamb with beans and green sauce.