Silk

Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton, 19 - 21 Great Marlborough Street
Soho
London W1F 7HL
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About Silk

The combination of Silk's classic courthouse setting and innovative Asian fusion cuisine has resulted in a high-concept dining experience not to be missed. The traditional oak-panelled room at the Courthouse Double Tree by Hilton – formerly the infamous Number One Courtroom where Oscar Wilde, Mick Jagger and John Lennon have stood trial - contrasts with the contemporary, cutting edge cooking and Silk's zen ambience, but helps creates a unique and cosy vibe. Head Chef Rajesh Parmar has created a menu inspired by the silk route, blending Italian, Asian and Middle Eastern influences. Signatures dishes include the scallops served in a delicately spiced ginger and coconut froth, and deep fried wing beans served with sweet chilli sauce.

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Beautiful restaurant and wonderful food. Service attentive and discreet. If I had to make any criticism at all, I'd say the place could do with a bit of music as it was waiting room quiet. But all in all, would definitely recommend this place - and drinks in the hotel bar rounds off a prison themed evening nicely!

Very private and intimate environment Good service and very attentive

Lovely dinner with work colleagues at Silk, Service and food both very good in quite a quirky dining area. A great bit of legal history made us all smile. Will return.

Silk in soho Central london. although it looks simple and the decor is not modern as it used to be a court room; but still interesting and different. The food, is amazing! i tried the sole and my husband had the Steak! and both meal were delicious! its the best steak in town, forget about Goucho ! im not kidding, and the flavors are a fusion of thai and indian and its just cleaver and very very very very good. everybody should try it if you like real food with real flavors.

Silk, London, Food fantastic, service outstanding, decor amazing, well priced but not cheap. Really enjoyed the whole experience.

Had the pre-theatre menu before going to a show -- good value for delicious food. Since we were there at 6pm on a weekday, for the first half hour we were the only guests at all, which meant service was impeccable. Especially loved that you get a selection of small appetizers and desserts on your plate, so you get to sample a large variety of flavors.

Silk has fantastic food and service but is a little pricey - they should consider offereing a realistically priced set menu to increase footfall into restaurant.

Good as ever, with a wide-ranging menu. Tri-colour paneer was tasty, but slightly undercooked compared to previous visits. Also, the restaurant was a little too hot.

The food was lovely, although the starter came out cold and we had to send it back. The second wasn't much more than Luke warm, but the main was so good we soon forgot about it! The restaurant wasn't busy and the waiter was attentive, a good night out if a little over priced!

The staff were nice but the food was very average and there were only two other tables at anyone time also eating at Silk. It was a rather expensive meal and the food did not match the price attached. To be honest there was more sauce than food in my dish and you couldn't see what you were eating. I wouldn't go again.

We looked forward to an Asian dining experience in n historic setting. Silk in London proved hugely disappointing. Walking into the old court house was like being sentenced to life. There was no atmosphere despite the place being full. The waiters were attentive and did there polite best between the interminably long wait between courses. The food when it arrived was as unexciting as the surroundings. The bill of £100 for 2 courses that included only 2 glasses of wine was the final straw.

The food at Silk was overpriced and served lukewarm with little or no atmosphere in the room - which was the old courtroom.

We went to Silk in Great Marlborough Street for a pre-theatre meal. There was some confusion as to whether we had a booking and when we arrived at 6pm (our scheduled time) the restaurant was not yet open. That being said, the waiter was very attentive (we were the only ones there)but not overpowering. We wanted to talk so the lack of noise from other guests was a bonus but as a result the atmosphere was a bit flat. Food and wine excellent but certainly more a fusion style than traditional.

As always - great food, service and ambience at silk!

Nice evening at Silk - interesting venue, friendly service and great fusion food. Would definitely return if on a 2 for 1 deal again.

Silk proved to be a good pre-thetre choice at the top end of Soho although the conversion of an old court room means that you end up being treated like a tourist attraction by people drinking at the adjacent bar. The sharing plates of starters and desserts are especially good but the main courses were no better than average. The Asian fusion cuisine is primarily Indian and the service is just on the right side of fawning but Silk will justify a return visit.

It should be better than it was. Food was not tasty enough. Nice ambience and overall ok - but wuite expensive for what you get.

Went out for an intimate evening with my husband. We really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere there. Would go again.

An absolutely beautiful dining room. It is stunning. Also, when we walked into the dining room the aroma of spices were delicious. We enjoyed a 3 course meal, consisting of Scallops to start, Crab curry as main and Lemon Grass Chocolate Mousse with a chilli jelly. All 3 dishes were fantastic. I will recommend to friends. The staff were very attentive and friendly. The only negative was that the restaurant wasn't busy, which is a surprise considering what a lovely experience it is.

Intim ate dining room in former magistrate,s court close to Oxford Circus. Food and service immaculate. Not cheap.