Garfunkel’s, Argyll Street, Soho

Location and opening hours

Garfunkel's, 3-4 Argyll Street, Soho
London  W1F 7TA
+44 (0) 20 7437 4044
 American menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Monday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Tuesday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Wednesday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Thursday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Friday 8 AM–11.30 PM   Saturday 8 AM–11.30 PM
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Garfunkel's offers a wide variety of American style food such as pizzas and burgers as well as a wide selection of pasta and various salads. Popular with all the family.

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Other restaurants near this one:

Cape Town Fish Market is an expensive Seafood restaurant in Argyll Street, less than ¼ mile from Garfunkel's. Cape town Fish market serves traditional Seafood dishes ranging from Japanese to South African seafood cuisine. The restaurant also serves a range of steak and chicken platters.

Spaghetti House is an Italian restaurant at 1-2 Argyll Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides air conditioning and sells vegetarian dishes

The Waiting Room is a mid-cost brasserie in Great Marlborough Street, less than ¼ mile from Garfunkel's. Located in the Courthouse Hotel Kempinski, The Waiting Room has a colonial feel with palm trees imposing themselves in the centre of the room, shading the terrazzo floor from the natural light coming in from the vaulted glass ceiling. Open for breakfast, afternoon teas, coffee and desserts every day except Sunday.

Silk is an expensive restaurant at 19-21 Great Marlborough Street, less than ¼ mile away. Located in the Courthouse Hotel Kempinski, formerly a Magistrate's Court, Silk is the architectural focal point of the ground floor, having been converted from the old Number One court. The room is lit by its huge vaulted glass ceiling and is framed by the original English Oak panelling.

The Carnaby is an expensive brasserie in Great Marlborough Street, less than ¼ mile from Garfunkel's. Situated in the original, listed building, with a separate entrance on Great Marlborough Street, The Carnaby offers a destination for both hotel guests and the general public. Its light, modern decor refreshes the senses and its brasserie style food satisfies the soul.

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Local pubs

Soho Sky Terrace is in Great Marlborough Street, less than ¼ mile from Garfunkel's, and provides outside seating

Shakespeare's Head is at 29 Great Marlborough Street, less than ¼ mile away

The Clachan is in Kingly Street, less than ¼ mile from Garfunkel's, and provides real ale

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