Leicester Square’s culinary scene is set to be revitalised with an exciting new partnership between luxury boutique hotel Victory House, London Leicester Square -MGallery by Sofitel and acclaimed London restauranteurs Ed Baines and Jamie Poulton.
Victory House, a new London flagship, officially launched in the heart of the West End in November 2017 and the restaurant, Petit Bistro, is independently operated by the founders of legendary Soho and Manchester restaurant Randall & Aubin.
Located on the ground floor, Petit Bistro is an intimate restaurant that promises a little slice of Paris in the West End.
The concept is based on the small quintessentially French bistro with a focus on simple, delicious food created from authentic and superb quality ingredients, beautifully presented in a warm, inviting setting. It’s the perfect retreat in London’s bustling entertainment district.
The restaurant seats 70 guests, 30 indoors and 40 on the terrace, serving a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.
Designed by renowned architects Michealis Boyd, who have previously worked with Soho House Group to create interiors for Soho Farmhouse and Babington House, the restaurant has many of London’s most famous theatres on its doorstep.
Within walking distance of Soho, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and St. James’s and the host of theatres, cinemas and entertainment venues this vibrant area offers, Petit Bistro is the perfect choice for a spot of pre- or post-theatre dining.
Restauranteur Ed Baines said: “The ethos of our restaurants is always to deliver a dining experience that we ourselves enjoy – focused on pleasure, with hearty, honest, fantastic cooking, served flawlessly yet informally.
“Petit Bistro’s enviable location in the heart of the West End means we’re surrounded by other eateries, but we’re not trying to compete with the mass market.
“Our focus is firmly on delicious food, premium ingredients and exemplary service.”