Soho is known for its nightlife and abundance of restaurants and bars. Now, there’s a new addition to the mix: Bantof.
This intimate restaurant offers a unique dining experience with sharing plates, art and music, creating an intimate and relaxed environment combining the quirkiness of old Soho, good food and creative talent.
Located on the infamous Great Windmill Street, Bantof provides an inclusive environment to anyone who likes to experiment with cocktails, share plates and view art. Even though housed in a former house, unlike other venues, Bantof requires no paid membership!
Created by Michelin chef Asimakis Chaniotis, Bantof’s menu features a series of signature dishes designed to be enjoyed via tasting plates supporting the restaurant’s relaxed and collaborative vision. Bantof’s innovative cocktails menu was dreamt up by SuperNacular, who, headed by Jack Sotti (a regular on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch), have created an exciting mix of new and classic cocktails with a twist. Complementing the creative cocktail list is a comprehensive list of champagne, wine, tea and coffee.
Soho has always been one of London’s most vibrant and eclectic neighbourhoods. To celebrate the area’s unique character, Bantof & SuperNacular have created a series of cocktails titled “Soho Stories”. The novel cocktail collection showcases the characters and elements of Soho that make the central village unique. Each cocktail is named after a different Soho landmark or personality and will be released through a series of events at Bantof this year.
As well as serving delicious food made from fresh, seasonal ingredients, guests can expect an ever-changing rotation of art exhibitions curated by the restaurant’s team themselves. With upcoming shows featuring both upcoming talent and more established names within the creative scene, Bantof provides not only somewhere for people to eat great food but also somewhere to come and experience art in all its forms.
So come on down and enjoy all that Bantof has to offer; we look forward to welcoming you soon.
Bantof opens to the public on Wednesday 7th, September 2022, with preview and special events occurring during August and September.
Address: 31 Great Windmill Street, London, W1D 7LP
Instagram handle: bantof_soho