Discover the Culinary Wonders of Broadwick Soho’s Dining Scene

Marking his first London hotel, Martin Brudnizki, who is renowned for his work on the exclusive Annabel’s members club is set to unveil his creative genius with the launch of Broadwick Soho. An independent luxury hotel set in the heart of London’s West End, the Broadwick Soho stands as a testament to Brudnizki’s distinctive and flamboyant design prowess.

Set to open its doors on 15 November 2023,this glorious hotel perches on the corner of Broadwick Street and Berwick Street in a truly unbeatable and iconic location. In tandem with Broadwick Soho’s lavish accommodations encompassing 57 exquisite rooms and suites, an assortment of striking restaurants and bars also awaits, each delivering its own distinct excellence in perfect harmony with Broadwick Soho’s signature flair. Overseeing the hotel’s culinary offerings will be Jude Rozario, whose role as Executive Chef spans across all restaurants and bars in the hotel, as well as facilities available only to hotel residents.

Related: A Look Inside Martin Brudnizki’s First London Hotel – Broadwick Soho

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DEAR JACKIE – Signature Restaurant

Hidden on the lower ground floor is the hotel’s signature restaurant, Dear Jackie. A destination for Italian opulence, refined dining, and nighttime glamour. Bathed in the seductive glow of Murano lighting and adorned with crimson silk walls and plush banquettes, this enchanting setting exudes an ambiance that seamlessly melds Dolce Vita sophistication with the glittering allure of the Disco era.

Open exclusively for dinner daily, Dear Jackie is a destination that embodies sophistication and effortless cool. The menu curated by Chef Faddy mirrors the essence of modern Italian gastronomy, spotlighting an array of exceptional pasta creations and innovative Italian culinary reinterpretations. Dishes include Wild Seabass Crudo with Fennel & Blood Orange, Lemon Ricotta Agnolotti, Hogget with Pistachio & Crudiaola and a decadent Coffee Tart.

Dear Jackie’s wine list has been carefully curated to not only compliment the menu, but also to create memorable experiences. Every bottle on the list tells a history with a focus on Italian wines that are created by real people – farmers who have a deep sense of their land and a connection with nature.

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BAR JACKIE – All Day Bar & Terrace

The little sister of Dear Jackie, Bar Jackie is Broadwick Soho’s all-day street-level Italian bar and terrace, for both hotel guests and passers-by. The vibrantly decorated bar serves coffee and bomboloni, aperitivo classics such as Pinsa Romana, arancini and antipasti, as well as Negronis, vermouths and homemade Maritozzi buns and gelato.

With its location providing views of bustling Broadwick Street in Soho, Bar Jackie encapsulates the Bohemian spirit of the neighbourhood, catering to the preferences of those who call Soho their stomping ground.

FLUTE – Rooftop Dining 

In the 19th century, Broadwick Street was home to a noted flute-maker, who inspired the name of the rooftop dining bar that crowns the hotel. Flute’s landscaped wraparound outdoor terrace offers spectacular views over the Soho streets and skyline. Inside, the décor combines cocooned comfort with maximalist glamour – animal-print upholstery, cork walls and mirrored ceilings united by an extravagant palm-frond carpet. From the onyx-topped central bar, Flute’s bartenders serve up an ever-changing list of innovative cocktails complemented by lunch and dinner menus featuring food designed to be enjoyed with friends.

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THE NOOK – Café /Cocktail Lounge

The Nook is Broadwick Soho’s residents-only ground floor lounge offers hotel guests an exclusive, convivial space in which to enjoy a cocktail or coffee, read a novel by the fireplace, or spin some vinyl from the eclectic collection that includes records from the hotel’s Berwick Street store neighbours. Lavish and chic, The Nook is decorated with intricate Italian fabrics and vintage finds – including a 1970s Murano chandelier and a curated collection of vintage books.

 

THE DINING ROOM – Private Dining 

Broadwick Soho’s eighth-floor private dining room offers an elegant backdrop for some of London’s most exceptional celebrations. The Dining Room is an inviting light-filled space with floor-to-ceiling windows, show-stopping art and a cosy fireplace. Seating up to 24 on one table, guests can be wined and dined with magnificent views of the city, reaching the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral and beyond.

 

 

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