Randall & Aubin

Row 1

Details
14-16 Brewer St.
Soho, W1R 3FS
+44 20 7287 4447
Seafood, French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed, Sun: Noon–11:00 PM Thu–Sat: Noon–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the best oysters ever
  • One of the best places for seafood in London, in my opinion. Try the seafood platter (adding a lobster!). The look and feel is Paris like, the atmosphere is as vibrant as only London could be.
  • Amazing atmosphere, loud pumping music and hot waiters. Add that to fantastic sea food, great choice of alcohol and relaxed service and we have a winner.
  • Oysters on Sunday mornings or fish any other day, served by a lovely staff. In a typical old French style charcuterie. Brilliant!
  • What's with the shit loud pumping techno? Restaurant or nightclub?
  • Check out the fit waiters. Soup de poisson is creamy blended fish soup, gorgeous.
  • Their lobsters are amazing.
  • Delicious grilled tuna - ask for it rare. Lovely house champagne too!!
  • Most sumptuous Menu! You'll be spoilt for choice. My favorite place in London
  • Fab little hideaway with loud music, oysters, atmosphere and everything you'd expect from a Soho eatery. Magic.
  • Dirty crockery
  • get here early for lunch, get a seat by the window and eat fish
  • Great lobster, but be prepared to queue....
  • Great fresh seafood, oysters, platters. Champagne. Be spoilt.
  • One of my favourite restaurants in London. Great meat , risotto and very fresh seafood. Small and crowded, expensive but great vibe , loud music that makes you want to drink more and dance.
  • Good food, eye candy staff and party music. Yes please!
  • Great service, the food was amazinggg. Loud pumping music, hot lively waiters with fantastic energy. You seriously have to try this place! The seafood platter is a definite must try!
  • For a pre-party restaurant. Loud music, sea food, great atmosphere.
  • Arrive before 7.30pm to avoid the queue..... Nice ambience.
  • Skip this place & head straight for nearby Wright Brothers in Kingly street. Food overcooked and overpriced, to the soundtrack of horrible chart music at a ridiculous volume. Not coming back