A cultural hotspot for dining, drinking and shopping, there’s something for every taste in vibrant Soho.
Right in the heart of vibrant Soho, the Rum Kitchen brings a ray of sunshine to the booming Soho restaurant scene. Expect truly Caribbean flavours in a must-visit restaurant in London.
Shoryu Soho offers the widest choice of sake, shochu and umeshu in the UK, with over 150 dishes to savour.
Located on the top floor of the former Dickens & Jones department store in Regent Street in the heart of London’s West End.
Located in the very heart of the West End, Maison du Mezze on Leicester Square offers a welcome retreat from the tourist crowds outside.
Brought to you by the creator of Wagamamma & Hakassan, Busaba restaurant offers high quality Thai dishes at very affordable prices.
Inamo never fails to impress, both for the food and the interesting and novel way of ordering, which seems to work perfectly.
Yauatcha Restaurant London serving exquisite dim sum in its cutting edge restaurant dining room in Soho London.
Nestled nicely in bustling Soho, close to Chinatown and London's theatres, Cay Tre offers fine Vietnamese cuisine at an affordable price.
Expect cutting edge interiors, designed by Glamorous Co of Osaka and aqua group founder David Yeo, with a striking sunken sushi bar taking centre stage.
Adding its own inimitable buzz to Soho, the Duck and Rice brings you authentic Chinese dishes in a vibrant setting.
Building on the success of Viet Eat in Holborn, the team at Pho & Bun have delivered a casual dining experience that showcases the very best of Vietnamese street food.
Mele e Pere is Italian for Apples and Pears, a delightful play on the Cockney rhyming slang for stairs.
Silk is a luxurious fine dining restaurant, and one of the three dining areas in the five-star Courthouse Hotel Kempinski opposite Liberty's on Great Marlborough Street.
Right in the heart of fashionable Soho, Old Compton Brasserie serves a fabulous range of menus, offering all-day dining at its London best.
London’s Frith Street is the base for one of Soho’s longest running Indian restaurants the Delhi Brasserie Soho.