This very quiet French restaurant is nestled in the small streets in Soho. With all of the chick, hoity toity people walking around, it’s hard to find refuge. Vin et Fleurs does offer that, as it takes the pressure off while still dazzling you with serene decor and delightful array of French cuisine and flowers.
The Menu is quite extensive and there is a lot to choose from at any part of the day. Especially since they are open until midnight! My favorite would have to be their Sunday brunch – which is of course perfect because Soho is where you would want to be on Sunday. I would highly recommend the Eggs Benedict Salmon, if you enjoy fish. The salmon happens to be very fresh and delicious! And I would couple that with Mimosas, if you’re a day drinker like myself.
They have amazing coffees and desserts if you would like, but just a few blocks away is the infamous Dominique Ansel Bakery, so I would definitely pay the bill before you order the sweet stuff… and head a few blocks north to get your sugar fill the right way!
And lets not leave out where that glorious fresh scent is coming from: Their flowers 🙂 They are crafty with their flower arrangements as well!