The restaurant – interiors wise, a blend of urban touches (exposed brickwork and an industrial ceiling) with rustic alpine features – is open seven days a week and is run by head chef Aarik Persaud. The menu is geared towards sharing and ‘interactive dining’, with diners offered the novelty of barbecuing their own cuts of meat and fresh seafood. Expect to find the classic Swiss dishes you know and love, but jazzed up with premium ingredients such as wagyu beef, lobster and black truffle.
Heritage's raclette (photo credit: Steven Joyce)
A selection of small plates – including dry-aged steak tartare with beetroot and yoghurt dressing; and lobster tart with roasted fennel – also feature on the menu and are examples of Heritage’s commitment to showcasing the sophisticated side to Swiss cuisine.
All of this can be washed down with vinos from the restaurant’s 200-strong wine list, which champions bottles from the Alpine region. If it’s cocktails you’re after, though, pull up a stool at the venue’s central bar and be entertained by resident mixologist Zoran Peric, while sipping on his innovative concoctions.
|What||Heritage restaurant, Soho|
|Where||Heritage restaurant , 18 - 20 Rupert Street , London, W1D 6DE | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Piccadilly Circus (underground)|