It’s been a while since we visited Nopi, the Soho restaurant of celebrated chef Yotam Ottolenghi. This is his first restaurant, after successfully establishing Ottolenghi delis across London. Since 2011, and definitely before it has become a staple of London breakfasts, we have been frequents of Nopi for its champion-of-all-shakshukas. You might already be a devotee of Ottolenghi cooking, his books especially Plenty is a must have in many vegetarian kitchens. We are again there for breakfast, meeting friends who are very health conscious. We are lucky to be with a big group and get to order pretty much everything on the menu. We believe the shakshuka here is still the best in town but Nopi has another winner on its menu - scrambled tofu on sourdough with rose harissa and avocado salsa. It doesn’t get any better than this…

Middle Eastern

When to go

Breakfast / Brunch, Lunch, Dinner

Go with

Family, Date, Kids, Friends, Big Group

What you are in the mood for

Celebration, Casual, Romantic, Business

To go or Not to go
Must go if you are a fan of Ottolenghi cooking, but want something a bit more special. Its central location, beautiful design and delicious middle eastern food pleases not only the vegetarians but all.

21-22 Warwick Street, Soho, London, W1B 5NE


020 7494 9584

Nopi Open Hours