Hire this venue for your own event - it has four
the largest of which
can hold a maximum of 150 guests and the smallest is ideal for 12.
Fino and Barrafina owners brothers Eddie and Sam Hart, best known for their Spanish cuisine, have taken over Quo Vadis, an Italian stalwart in Soho - and a landmark since 1926, sold off by Marco Pierre White in 2007. They've smartened up the place with a new paint job, leaving the stained glass windows in place and adding a private members' club upstairs. The classic Italian menu has been largely overhauled. British and Modern European dishes take centre stage and include such delicacies as veal cutlet from the grill, pan-fried with sage butter, and crab tagliatelle. Inevitably, given this is a Hart brothers' venture, there is a Spanish bent found in dishes like the starter of crayfish tails with crème fraîche and tomato and razor clams a la plancha with a drizzle of garlic, chilli and olive oil dressing. On the popularity of Fino and Barrafina alone, this is sure to be another winning eaterie from the Hart brothers.