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Spuntino

Italian Restaurant

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mac and cheese • sliders • burger • fries

61 Rupert Street
London W1D 7PW, GB
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  • Photo of Yanni Mavromatis
    3 years ago
    Peanut butter and jelly ice-cream sandwich at Spuntino
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  • Photo of Liam Garrahan
    3 years ago
    Cheese and truffle toast
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  • Photo of Jaefn M
    3 months ago
    Manager Anna has everything under control amazing food coupled with delightful cocktails will be returning thanks Anna x
  • Photo of Gici-Shiro
    3 months ago
    Was looking for somewhere serving late night bites and came accross this lovely place. Nice food great music and nice cosy atmosphere. Definitely going back!
  • Photo of Michael H
    3 months ago
    It was mid-May, midweek and mid-evening and, outside, it was chucking it down and Soho was understandably sparse of life. I made a break from the saturation in the salvation of Spuntino, somewhere I'd not been for a few years and when I was last there, it was a very busy Friday night and you can often end-up queuing for the requisite number of stools to be relinquished. I was able to secure a bar stool and chose a selection of eats, including the ever-present and irresistible sliders. The only dud were the eggs with garlic aioli which was ruined because the aioli just tasted of vinegar. It comes to something where you can completely remove the usually distinct taste of garlic via the medium of vinegar. The kind member of staff agreed with me on tasting the aioli and the offending eggs were removed from my bill, like it never happened. Overall, the food I ate was pretty good had an enjoyable time. It's s great venue and perfect for Soho at any time of the day although obviously gets more jovial as the day rolls by. My advice would be to avoid the popular times as you won't be as relaxed and you may end-up having to queue in the first place.
  • Photo of CaseyM
    4 months ago
    Happened on this lively place for an early dinner before the theater, and enjoyed an excellent cocktail while waiting for seats at the bar. Service is friendly and the small plates we tried were delicious, especially the sliders and mac and cheese. Loved the atmosphere and the playlist too!
  • Photo of supy
    4 months ago
    The place is very nice, music too loud. My mac were over cooked and too hot to eat! Anyway I would recommend the place, maybe I did the wrong choice in the menu...
  • Photo of krisgreen65
    4 months ago
    Lovely little place to eat in Soho. Definitely recommend the macaroni cheese. Had a naked burger with the salad and it was really lovely. Definitely recommend.
  • Photo of S1986
    5 months ago
    Visited for the 3rd time for a quick bite to eat before the theatre with my partner. Was seated quickly and order taken by the really friendly staff. We both ordered burgers, with a side of macaroni cheese (mains portion as we were sharing). The burgers were lovely, as was the macaroni cheese. We did have to wait about 5-10 mins from after the time we had finished our burgers for the macaroni cheese, however I haven't marked the review down for this as the delicious food made up for it! Will definitely be back again.
  • Photo of CocosAli
    5 months ago
    The no booking policy at this small venue is the opposite of a problem when waiting to be seated while enjoying a drink is a pleasure itself. The bar staff are very friendly and work extremely hard as they butterfly around the venue making sure everyone is ok. Once seated around the bar, it is easy to order and engage with the staff as you watch the busy service unfold. The food is quick to come and all delicious. The hot dog was bountiful, the sliders bigger than your usual mouthful and the pizzetta small and delicate. The Truffle egg toast was gut busting. The fries were a little cold and flat. Dessert were delicious, I could have tried more! The location is perfectly tucked away in a buzzy part of town making perfect for a night out in the city. Small groups only though.
  • Photo of neil c
    5 months ago
    Tucked away between the sex-shops, gay bars and massage parlors of London’s Soho. Is a restaurant that represents everything and I mean everything that you and I mean YOU! Are looking for. Spuntino is the embodiment of perfection. Great American-Italian food, wonderful staff and great value! One of my top five London restaurants
  • Photo of LeeJW
    5 months ago
    To write such a negative review of a place that I love pains me! It really does. So tonight myself, my partner and a friend visit the restaurant. We walk in and there is a party of two waiting and us. Now I don't mean to big myself up but I spend A LOT of money here. £100+ plus every visit over a space of 2 years. There is a sitting space for 3 available and a sitting space for 2 at the back of the venue. Now common sense would state clearly that the party of 2 waiting should be placed in the space for a party of 2 and the space for a party of 3 be placed in a space for the place setting of 3...... NO..... the party of 2 dictated that they wanted to sit in the bigger space....ultimately leaving us to wait for around 15 mins. In the end I walked out with my entire party. Voicing my opinion as I left. I will NOT return her without an explanation as to this POOR table management. It's almost too poor to talk about. But I refuse to be treated in such a bad way. I'm upset beyond words!!!!!!
  • Photo of Krees82
    6 months ago
    Was in London for a few nights and at a loose end for dinner one night. I was on my own so was apprehensive about dining out so had searched some articles and recommendations online for solo dining. Found this place in Rupert Street not far from Theatreland and Soho. Seating is all round the bar area so there's little need to feel self-conscious. Real dive bar feeling and decor which was lovely and very comfy. Nice barman gave me a lowdown on the menu and specials which was helpful. Had bacon deviled eggs followed by a Philly Cheese steak and their house slaw. Gorgeous and reasonably priced. Ended with the Brooklyn Toast which is Nutella ice cream sandwiched between French Toast. To due for - didn't know I was missing this from my life. I would totally recommend Spuntino and intend to visit again on my next trip over. Only thing I'd suggest is to get there early as seating is limited.
  • Photo of Ramit61
    6 months ago
    Absolutely love this place. I travel three hours to London and usually eat here. The food is excellent, I recommend the entire menu. I particularly love the eggplant and the sliders. Cocktails are amazing. Service is perfect. Not rushed but efficient. Always a pleasure!
  • Photo of Steve B
    7 months ago
    Popped in here after theatre at the Gielgud and lucked out, grabbing the last two stools in the place. It's an intimate venue, dark and quite busy, but a great atmosphere helped by the very friendly bar staff. The food was great, we had small plates of pizzetta and Mac and Cheese, both delicious. The cocktails are worth trying but also venture into their selection of bourbon.
  • Photo of abserahman
    7 months ago
    Go get the steak tartare and lobster mac n cheese, your rainy Mondays will all be forgiven on the day you visit 🙏🏽❤️
  • Photo of san1989r
    7 months ago
    We visited Spuntino around three times and we were always very satisfied. Cocktails are really nice and the food is just right. We always go for something from the special list and our favorite Lobster macaroni. Really cool place to go for lunch, dinner, any time of the day really! Staff is very nice and helpful.
  • Photo of acjwatt
    7 months ago
    Love this place, I go with friends, for business, on my own - whatever - it is reasonably priced, the food is great and the cocktails are EXCELLENT. If you are heading into Soho for a night out - start here...
  • Photo of Gillian R
    7 months ago
    We'd seen Spuntino and their famous peanut butter and jelly ice cream sandwich on tv, but somehow never got round to going there. We eventually made it when we were going to a gig nearby and managed to snag two seats at the bar. The place is tiny, you sit at a countera nd order drinks and food. I was a little unsure until the food arrived. WOW! The food was absolutely stunning. Simple food, but _really_ well done. My husband had a burger and it shot straight into the top five burgers in London. I had the lobster mac and cheese, which was drool-worthy. Incredibly rich and delicious. The PB&J sandwich was pretty special too.
  • Photo of Redfred1000
    7 months ago
    Stumbled across this place on TripAdvisor, liked the sound of the 'distressed decor' and indeed it is distressed. Eat from an imaginative and delicious sounding range of snacks at fixed stools around the bar, or just stop by for a drink, as we did. Super friendly and helpful staff and a cool atmosphere mean we are sure to go back, even it if was cheeky to slide an unrequested bowl of crispy waffle slices alongside our drinks, and then charge us for them. Why stand in the street outside a noisy and packed pub when you could be chilling in here?
  • Photo of Barry D
    7 months ago
    I love Chicken and Waffles, even though they are pretty variable in the States - you never know what you're going to get. Here at Spuntino, they serve a Bismarck Pancake with Fried Chicken pieces and maple syrup. Takes about 20 minutes to prep, but it's worth the wait. Wasn't exactly sure how best to eat this thing, so I tore the pancake into smaller pieces and then wrapped each piece of boneless fried chicken into it along with some of the syrup. Sort of like making chicken tacos with the pancake for the tortilla. Whatever you want to call it, I call it good. Just the right amount of food, and priced about right as well at 9 pounds.
  • Photo of LAishome
    7 months ago
    Quirky, cool, hip and fun food. Great music in the background as you munch away at their creative and tasty options. Their eggs on toast may be the best I have ever tasted. Secret ingredient?? Eggplant fries were terrific as well as their salads. Bonus: fabulous drinks, including a delicious Bloody Mary with several vodka options. Good service too. An out of the way delight right in the middle of Soho.

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