Quo Vadis Soho

Some of our favourite London weddings are the smaller ones, and we pride ourselves on blending in and recording the key moments in an easy, no-fuss way. Our featured couple married at Chelsea Register Office, and then carried on the wedding party in the restaurant at the much-loved and idiosyncratic Quo Vadis in Soho.

The restaurant, a favourite haunt of media types, was founded in 1926 and has since featured numerous owners. In the late Nineties the restaurant was bought by Marco Pierre White and Damien Hirst, and following its sale once more, and under new ownership it was then described by Gordon Ramsay as his favourite restaurant. Tatler magazine has listed it as one of its top 20 restaurants. The inspirational illustrations on the menus are created by artist John Broadley.

We last visited on a wet afternoon and the guests crowded in off the streets taking refuge under the awnings on the way. Downstairs a luncheon was served, and afterwards speeches and dancing to a rock band took place upstairs in the club rooms.

If you would like us to cover your London wedding do please CONTACT US, we’d love to be there for you whatever the weather.

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