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Soho Diner set to open tomorrow

03 July 2013 by
Soho Diner set to open tomorrow

Soho House, on London's Old Compton Street, is set to launch the Soho Diner on the former site of the Boheme Kitchen and Bar (BKB) tomorrow.

Inspired by the traditional American diner, the restaurant will offer both booth and counter top dining around a central bar, and serve a blend of French and
American food.

It has been created as part of a collaboration between Nick Jones and Brendan Sodikoff and follows the Electric Diner, which launched in December 2012.

Sodikoff owns Chicago restaurant Au Cheval, the inspiration for both diners, which was discovered by Jones on a trip to the USA last year.

The restaurant will open from 11am through to the early hours, closing at 3am from Thursday to Saturday.

The menu will feature dishes including the Au Cheval cheeseburger and steak and chips; as well as new dishes, including the Philly cheese steak sandwich, honey chicken drumsticks and quinoa, spinach and almond salad.

Soho Diner will also serve cocktails on tap, with a choice of Mojito, Root to Mule, Cosmopolitan, Soho Collins and a Negroni. All cocktails will be freshly made on site each day, ready to pour on order.

Jones said: "After 14 years, I felt it was time to refresh BKB and give the site I'm fond of a new lease of life. I hope that the Soho Diner will become a great addition to the area and that Old Compton Street regulars will be excited by the new menu".

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