If you happen to be looking for an Anglo-French intimate and suave dining spot, then Piquet is the answer to your prayers.
Situated in-between but just far enough from both Soho and Charlotte Street, this restaurant is a hidden gem. Piquet is split into two areas - the main restaurant and the more casual Fir Room which offers a daily changing menu of smaller plates to share. Contemporary dishes include Duck rillettes with sourdough toast and pickles, a Casserole of monkfish served with baby squid, chorizo and haricot blanc, and the delicious Croquette of pigs head; all are exquisite.
The restaurant interior is elegant and romantic, with dark woods, glass topped tables, and patterned wall panelling. The ceiling glows overhead and light glints off the copper table vases; it's stunning.