About Randall & Aubin - Soho
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About the restaurant
Randall & Aubin Soho is an Anglo-French brasserie that has been delighting foodies, fans and celebrities for over two decades. Once Winston Churchill’s favourite delicatessen, it provides Londoners with some of the best quality meat and seafood in town. The menus have been designed by chef Ed Baines, who is passionate about serving delicious dishes made from quality, sustainable ingredients that are beautifully presented in a warm and inviting setting. The fruits de mer and succulent rotisserie chicken are among the star dishes – though be sure to keep an eye out for the daily changing specials, which often feature the fresh fish delivered directly from Brixham and Peterhead. So what are you waiting for? Book a table and head to Randall & Aubin Soho on Brewer Street in London sooner rather than later!
Having started life in 1911 as a popular high-end butchery that proudly provided London’s high society with quality meats – attracting the attention of the grandest hotels and even Sir Winston Churchill himself – Randall & Aubin Soho has continued this venue’s legacy of excellence and still provides Londoners with only the highest quality meats and seafood. Located on Brewer Street, this London restaurant specialises in fusion of French and British cuisines, and does it with such style and grace you’ll be left wondering how anyone could ever think the two countries were rivals.
With a keen eye on sustainable and high-quality ingredients, you can expect truly wonderful dishes at Randall & Aubin Soho. Some of our favourites include the traditional French onion soup; the classic British deep-fried Peterhead haddock and chips; half pint of prawns, and of course, the oysters. Randall & Aubin Soho has been a London mainstay for years and thankfully shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. It’s the perfect place to kick a night off just right, so book your table today and discover what the fuss is all about. You won’t regret it.