Soho is home to plenty of brilliant restaurants and bars, but Heritage Restaurant & Cocktail Bar offers a unique alpine experience that really stands out from the others. Not just because the food is delicious (though it is), but because the classy ski-resort theme is executed to perfection.
Step inside and you’re transported to a cozy chalet through warm wood tones, dim lighting, and funky accessories. Or enjoy an evening on the brand-new terrace area, and sip one of their delicate cocktails as you people watch.
In keeping with the Swiss theme, the Raclette (AKA the standout dish) at Heritage is outstanding. Expect slow-cooked pork belly, potatoes, and pickles covered with salty, cheesy goodness. Come hungry.
The cocktails here will impress even the most snobbish of cocktail aficionados – all based on three flavour profiles: sweet, sour, and bitter.
The drinks are crafted with the intention of giving an alpine experience as you sip, with herbal notes reflecting the snow on the very tops of the mountain peaks.
The result? A beautiful selection of cocktails that transport you straight to snowy Switzerland for some stylish apres-ski fun.
A Cheesy Bottomless Brunch
Bottomless bubbles, cocktails, and cheese sounds pretty heavenly right? Trust me – you’re going to want to book yourself in for an Alpine Brunch at Heritage.
Running on Saturdays and Sundays between 11am and 5pm, you can snag two hours of bottomless Mimosa, Prosecco, and Aperol Spritz alongside tasty rostï and as much fondue as you can put away for just £49 per person.
Fancy indulging in a little bit more? Opt for the Luxury Brunch at £79 and you can quaff bottomless Moët Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne and Truffle Cheese Fondue – excuse my drooling – on top of the classic brunch food options.
What are you waiting for? Hightail it over to Heritage Bar & Restaurant ASAP to see what all the fuss is about.
Practical Information + Map for Visiting Heritage Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Soho
- Booking in advance is advised – trust me, you don’t want to be turned away.
- Make sure you visit for brunch as it’s a really unique (and gloriously decadent) experience. You won’t find another spot like this in London.