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Saturday, 19 January 2013

Bob Bob Ricard, Soho.


Last week I finally headed to Bob Bob Ricard in Soho with some friends. I've been trying to go there for about a year, and every time we've tried to book or have wanted to go, something has stopped us. So, was it worth the wait? Definitely.

A luxury English and Russian restaurant in the heart of London, Bob Bob Ricard serves comfort food and excellent vodkas and cocktails in an opulent and glamorous surrounding. 

I'm afraid my photos don't do the restaurant justice, head to the website to see it in all its magnificent glory!

Due to the prospect of snow arriving imminently I couldn't stay long and had to get my train home, so we just had main meals. I went for the Chicken, Mushroom and Champagne Pie, A had the Fish Pie, and I can't even remember what C had, but the pies were the most impressive! They were absolutely huge, and mine tasted incredible, huge chunks of chicken and large mushrooms (not those teeny little button things).

 Of course we had to try the fries while we were there too. The fries were ok, nothing special, but we loved the box they came in! Bob Bob Ricard are all about the little details (ie; everything has their logo on it or is the salmon pink colour), which I personally really like.


The famous 'Press For Champagne' button! We pressed. It came. Brilliant!

The restaurant is quite big and incredibly glamorous, and the booths you sit in feel a little like old fashioned railway seats. The service was excellent, the staff couldn't do enough for you, and the atmosphere was buzzing without being too noisy and in your face.

I absolutely loved Bob Bob Ricard, and can't wait to go back and try a full meal there (complete with desserts!) when I have more time! Definitely recommend it for something a bit different to the usual London restaurants - it would be a great choice for a special occasion! If you do fancy going, make sure you book far in advance as they get very booked up.


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4 comments:

  1. Those pies look amazing! Which part of London is it in?
    Mel x
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  2. Wow it looks lovely. Posh, but you're right good for sometime.
    X
    http://www.daniellesdiscerningeye.blogspot.com/

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