21 Wardour Street, Soho W1D 6PN, London
This month our lunch is on the 4th Friday because the 3rd is Good Friday.
We are going to Cafe TPT which is a little Malaysian and Chinese restaurant in Soho (our favourite area!) which gets great reviews - see below
Join us for lunch and good conversation in Central London. We go somewhere different each time but there is always a good selection, including vegetarian, and we each pay for what we have...so no pressure!
We've been to a French bistro, a tapas bar, a Mexican restaurant, an Italian cicchetti restaurant, Moroccan souk, Indochinese, Indian street food, Japanese...it is always somewhere different but equally delicious and convivial.
I do hope you will come and join us
The Intuitive Food Coach
PS I'm actually going to be in France but Di Eveleigh (one of the regular Ladies who Lunch) will be your host and make you very welcome whether you are a "newbie" or an "old timer"!
From Timeout about Cafe TPT:
Time Out says
The menu in the window of Café TPT looks longer than the complete musings of Confucius. It’s not unusual to see a big menu in Chinatown, but such a vast repertoire seems impossible from a kitchen galley the size of an origami junk. Not so, because dishes from Hong Kong, mainland China and the diaspora are all produced competently, and some of them with commendable aplomb.
The Cantonese dishes tend to be better than the Malaysian ones: roast duck on rice was succulent, and a generous helping. A sizzling dish of stuffed tofu, served in a hot stone bowl, was a highlight. Seafood is also a strength, with around 50 dishes to choose from; our squid, part of a noodle dish, was fresh and pert.
Many customers were moved to speechlessness by their bubble teas – this is a good place to try these Taiwan-style drinks. TPT isn’t the cheapest of the budget Chinatown cafés, but both cooking and service are better than you might expect.