The Life Goddess

The Life Goddess

British

0.5 miles
18 Kingly Court, Soho, W1B 5PW
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By showcasing the quality and diversity of Greek cuisine, the new Life Goddess in Kingly Court succeeds in bringing a touch of the Mediterranean to Soho. Here you'll be treated to authentic Greek cooking, created using only the fi nest and freshest ingredients and traditional methods - the moussaka, gigantes plaki and tomato and caper salad are among the highlights of the rustic menu, while delicious breakfasts and brunches and aromatic coffee will get your day off to a flying start. All fruit and vegetables have come straight from Greece, meat and poultry have been reared locally and the fish is sustainably sourced, so high standards are guaranteed.

As for drinks, there's a list of signature cocktails to choose from and a selection of exclusive Greek wines from the One Barrel Project - a total of 15 varieties are available and only 300 bottles were made of each. Elsewhere, the Life Goddess Deli on Store Street is also dedicated to Hellenic produce, with fabulous displays of fine Greek food from the very best artisan producers. Why not take home some organic tangerine marmalade, truffle Carpaccio or small-producer wines? Head to the counter and order a pie made with spanakópitta (flaky pastry), a fresh Greek salad or a mixed deli platter
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Opening Hours:
Mon:10am-10pm
Tues:10am-10pm
Weds:10am-10pm
Thurs:10am-10pm
Fri:10am-10pm
Sat:10am-10pm
Sun:10am-10pm
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