L'Escargot is your ideal venue for client entertaining, boardroom meetings, product launches, pre and post theatre functions and office celebrations.
With three Private Rooms we have the flexibility to cater from 10 to 60 people
- The Restaurant Writes...
Greek Street is probably the heart of Soho and L'Escargot Restaurant is surely the heart of Greek Street, one of London's most fashionable and well-established eateries.
L'Escargot first opened in 1927 by M. George Gaudin who conceived the notion of farming snails in the basement kitchen, famously making his the first restaurant in Great Britain to serve fresh snails. A plaster bust of M. Gaudin riding a snail with the motto "slow but sure" hangs proudly above the restaurant.
The elegant dining room with mirrored walls and work by artists such as Miro, Chagall and Mauro Perucchetti, buzzes with life and excitement.
- Contact Polly at 0207 493 9393