Cookhouse Joe launches new Soho site

By Lauren Houghton

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Cookhouse Joe aims to offer traditional Lebanese food in a more contemporary manner
Cookhouse Joe aims to offer traditional Lebanese food in a more contemporary manner
Contemporary Lebanese restaurant Cookhouse Joe launched a new Soho site in London’s Dean Street yesterday (2 June).

Cookhouse Joe in Soho is owned by the family that first opened Soho Joe in the nearby Berwick Street in 2013. The new restaurant aims to offer traditional Lebanese food in a more contemporary manner. All of the dishes are made in house, with the menu including offerings such as lamb kofte and falafel, while placing a special emphasis on free-range rotisserie chicken served with salad and fries.

The restaurant aims to suit all occasions, welcoming casual evening dining as well as quick stops for lunch and boasts a ‘welcoming’ décor.

To celebrate its launch Cookhouse Joe gave away 1000 chicken wraps to customers from noon, as well as collecting donations for the Open House charity in Soho Square.

Cookhouse Joe is located at 33 Dean Street in Soho. 

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