|Monday - Saturday||11:00 - 00:00|
|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Leicester Square|
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Wardour street just off Shaftsbury avenue their are a number of tube and bus stops just a few minutes walk.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Wine
Morden & Lea is a modern stylish restaurant and bar hiding in plain sight in London’s vibrant Chinatown. Named after cartographers Robert Morden and Philip Lea, who were the first to map Soho in the 17th century, the décor, vibe and menus draw inspiration from our eclectic home in the heart of the capital. Leicester square, Trafalgar square and Piccadilly circus are all a short walking distance from Morden & Lea not to mention many of London’s top shows, hotels and attractions that are close by.
The restaurant is split across two floors and boasts a considerable sky lit atrium. Open for both lunch and dinner with both floors serving our fixed price A La Carte designed by Morden & Lea Head Chef Dan Mertl. Dan boast stints at both The Savoy and Le Gavroche, he brings fresh, forward-thinking refinement to the constantly evolving menu which ensures seasonality and freshness.
An ever changing and contemporary cellar at Morden & Lea showcases some organic wines from small producers, driven by the passion of the enthusiastic bar team. The cocktail list consist of an array of homemade infusions, exceptional spirits and shows a love for all things creative.
Your whole experience is brought together by our dedicated and experienced front of house team who strive to make sure your time with us is exemplary from start to finish.
Ex-head Chef at Claridges, Mark Sargeant, has opened his own place, Morden and Lea, this June in the heart of Soho. The modern-European brasserie on the first floor offers lunch and dinner set menus of courses including cumin roast quail, roast Goosnargh duck and desserts such as the poached blueberries with white chocolate and buttermilk pudding… all served in a very beautifully designed room, overlooking the walk into China Town. On the ground floor you can enjoy a relaxed setting for drinks, snacks and small plates.