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  • Soho: +44 (0)207 287 4447
  • Manchester: +44 (0)161 711 1007
  • Lunch Bookings: +44 (0)207 478 0504
  • Takeaway Order: +44 (0)207 478 0507
  • Email us: info@randallandaubin.com

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We take LUNCH TIME BOOKINGS ONLY, Sunday - Friday between 12 - 6pm.
To make a booking ring 0207 478 0504
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Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday 12pm - 11pm Friday & Saturday 12pm - 12am Sunday 12pm - 10pm Closed on 28th April We will be closed on Sunday 28th April from 12:00 noon to 5:30pm (for lunch period) due to a private hire of the restaurant, we apologise for any convenience and welcome at all other times. Thank you

We only take lunchtime bookings at these times:-

Sunday - Friday between 12pm - 6.00pm Saturday: no bookings Outside of these hours we do not take bookings, but we would be delighted to welcome you to our restaurant. Our restaurant manager will greet you upon arrival and will ensure that the wait for your table is comfortable and entertaining by offering drinks and looking after you during your wait. Our guests can enjoy the vibrant and lively Soho atmosphere on Brewer Street - the perfect introduction to a fabulous night with us beneath the disco ball.

Latest News

Ed Baines prepares a Steak & Oyster Pie
In further celebration of Pie Week - we found this blast from the past. Our very own Ed Baines cooking his famous Steak & Oyster Pie ... here is the video and the recipe if you want to celebrate Pie Week at home!
We are celebrating Pie Week 4th - 10th March 2019
Are there any dishes more comforting than a freshly cooked pie? From the moment you break open that crust and smell the delectable steam pouring forth, to that first bite of rich, indulgent filling we hope youre already salivating because we certainly are. In celebration of British Pie Week, which takes place from 4th-10th March, weve decided to elevate the humble pie to luxurious and lavish proportions with a week-long special sure to tempt you to a visit!
Seasonal Food: The Joys of Spring!
Even if weve enjoyed a Fools Spring and the weather might turn dastardly once again, it has made us look forward to warmer temperatures and the wonderful produce of springtime. The spring season is all about sprouting fresh, sweet, new-season vegetables. Delicious! Lighter cooking and longer days give even more reason to sit in the restaurants window seat and while away the hours on a blue-skied evening, savouring beautiful seasonal dishes.

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