Soho regular, 10 Greek Street, is very excited to be re-opening its doors on Wednesday 2nd September. The ever-evolving menu, created by co-founder, Cameron Emirali, will now include a choice of small dishes, plus a selection of roman style pizzas, which will also be available for takeaway and (soon) delivery. The seasonally-inspired daily changing pizzas, priced from just £8, will include Garlic & Chili, served with a selection of dips such as Tapenade and Cod’s Roe; plus Tomato, Burrata, Butternut Squash & Kale Trapanese; and Spring Lamb, Aubergine, Tomato, & Anchovy. In addition to the pizzas, there will be a choice of smaller plates displayed on blackboards throughout the dining room, including menu favourites (priced from £7) such as Fried Squid and Jamon Croquettes, alongside a handful of new dishes such as Presa, Romesco & Green beans, and Tuna Carpaccio, Broad Beans & Chilli. Puddings will feature items such as Chocolate & honeycomb, and Buttermilk panna cotta & fig. 10 Greek Street has become one of London’s most celebrated restaurants for wine lovers and co-founder, Luke Wilson, has carefully curated a short but interesting wine list which will celebrate a range of styles, grapes and regions, all available by glass […]

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