The NOPI features many trademarks that you would expect of a Ottolenghi restaurant, but here it offers some unique touches and ambiance that separates it from the rest. If you get a moment, you should marvel at the eye-catching marble, brass and dynamic artwork.
Based in Soho, this restaurant beautifully combines formal design on its ground floor with an informal and relaxed communal dining area downstairs. Fancy a show while you eat? You can experience the theatre of the open kitchen from the long canteen tables.
Just like the seasons, NOPI’s menu changes and serves signature dishes by Ramael Scully that will satisfy your taste buds. Famous for its Asian and Middle Eastern inspired cuisine, you can always expect a choice of new flavours to enjoy. NOPI recommends a number of dishes including courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange and twice-cooked baby chicken with lemon myrtle salt and chilli jam.
NOPI serves breakfast, lunch, pre-theatre and dinner menus with first class service that will keep you coming back.
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