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Hudson's House is a stylish bar and restaurant within Soho's St Giles Hotel. Offering a predominantly British led food menu, Hudson's House makes good use of seasonal and locally sourced produce. There is a varied drinks list including world wines, spirits and signature cocktails.

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By Kelli M.

Amazing evening, amazing staff, will definitely return to Hudsons House for food and the atmosphere, and cant recommend it enough. If your in London this is the place to head for. Steak was sublime, bar is trendy but not off putting, and cocktails are a must. Really must mention Tomas my handsome attentive waiter for the evening, great guy. Who persuaded me to try the cheesecake and I wasn't disappointed.

By Michelle T.

Really good intimate restaurant, great service and we ended up staying in the bar till 2am OUCH..... The old style comfy chairs made for a really relaxing dinner the stuffed brussel tops where something I had never tried, and the sirloin cooked perfectly. We had the managers favorite cocktail ( Breakfast Martini) really good, marmalade in a drink was also a first for me.... we will be back and they accepted out tastecard even though I forgot to mention when i booked thanks Hudson's

By Robert R.

I was staying in St Giles Hotel in September.On on Saturday night i decided to go and spend night in Hudson's House Bar.And i was really nicely shoked that bar was full ,amazing music,nice waiting staff and proffesional bartenders made my night unforgettable.Really thanks for Arche bartender, that was serving me all night, his cocktails was amazing and i had chance to try something new that i didn't see before.

By Siobhan O.

With so much choice in central London, who wants to spend their evening in a hotel bar? Well you, probably, once you’ve seen this one.

The Venue
Restaurant and lounge bar Hudson’s House is part of St Giles Hotel on Bedford Avenue. Don’t let that put you off though; this isn’t your standard ‘hotel bar’ where lonely guests sit nursing a gin and tonic in the corner or families make camp with their suitcases and a coffee while waiting for their cab to the airport. Thanks to the separate entrance next door to the hotel, Hudson’s House functions as an impressive independent lounge and restaurant. That said, it doesn’t look terribly enticing from the street. A few outdoor tables and chairs line dark windows that you can’t quite see through and even figuring out how to get in – if the door isn’t propped open – isn’t the easiest task.

Once you’re in, though, Hudson’s House is a vibrant, colourful and uber stylish bar. The Chesterfield-style sofas and chaises longues are comfortable and the pillars and wood paneling gives the place a touch of old world glamour. Church pews and what appears to be a genuine priest’s pulpit doubling as a DJ booth definitely fit the eclectic décor and add a bit of character (and mystery; why do they have a pulpit?).

The Atmsophere
In evenings the bar gets busy and maintains a friendly, lively buzz all night. Punters are largely hotel guests but locals and tourists pop in for a drink or bite to eat, too. The staff are chatty and charming, and background soul and easy-listening rock music makes for a relaxed but merry vibe.

The Food
There’s a tasty British menu on offer and quite a bit of variety in the price, so there should be something to suit all pockets. Try a ‘small plate’ of herring tart (potato, herring, beetroot and egg) for £5, or Welsh rarebit for £4.50. Or if you’re after something more filling, go for the £10.50 vegetable, pasta-free lasagne (aubergine instead of pasta), or the £12.50 saffron seafood risotto.

The Drink
There’s a huge bar in the middle of the room, fully stocked with a good selection of wines, beers and spirits. A glass of house white (Macabeo 2012) or red (Tempranillo 2012) goes for £4, while cocktails start at £8 (for a Mai Tai, Breakfast Martini or Jalapeno Bloody Mary). If you’re after a bottled beer, there’s Budvar (£4.90), Peroni (£4.20), Becks (£4.20), Corona (£4.20) and Bulmers (£4.90). On draught you’ll find Sam Adams, Asahi, Whitstable Bay Blonde and Hudson’s House's own, all at £4.80 a pint.

The Last Word
A really cosy yet stylish bar, Hudson’s House is well worth a visit for the quirky décor and warm welcome.

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