Places to go in Soho
Hamleys, Ground Floor, 188-196 Regent Street, West End, W1B 5BT [map]
Christmas shopping in London? Hamleys toy shop on Regent's Street has designed a special festive Paddington for the trail
Corner of Glasshouse Street and Air Street, Soho, W1B 5HQ [map]
This bear design celebrates Peru's spectacular biodiversity
Outside Framestore, 9 Noel Street, Soho, W1F 8GR [map]
Technology firm Intel has designed this twinkling, starry Paddington
Top of Carnaby Street, Next to Liberty, Soho, W1F 7JB [map]
Will you find Liam Gallagher's parka-wearing bear on The Paddington Trail?
Bureau de Change
Fitzrovia, W1D 1LT [map]
The Post Office Bureaux de Change is the UK's leading Foreign Exchange provider, offering convenient over-the-counter sterling transactions for visitors.
5 Kingly Street, W1B 5PF [map]
Cinnamon Soho, the third restaurant from Vivek Singh of The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen.Found on Kingly Street, Cinnamon Soho is will be open for breakfast brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks
44 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4SB [map]
This authentic Indian restaurant of elegance and distinction has the services of one of the most highly acclaimed Indian chef in London.
167-169 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 8WR [map]
Part of the Tamarind Collection and sister to the Michelin starred Tamarind of Mayfair, Zaika of Kensington and Tamarind of London; Imli Street serves a unique menu inspired by Indian Street cuisines.
Prince Edward Theatre, Old Compton Street, W1D 4HS [map]
Jersey Boys, the internationally acclaimed hit musical, and winner of 54 major awards worldwide including the 2009 Olivier award for BEST NEW MUSICAL!
1c Portland Place, Regent Street, W1B 1JA [map]
Built in 1865, The Langham was London's first Grand Hotel and is today one of the capital's finest heritage hotels.
Regent Street, W1B 5AH [map]
Liberty is one of the last great emporiums for innovative and eclectic design. Explore five floors of fashion, beauty, accessories and homewares to find a selection of beautiful and luxurious products
9 Marshall Street, Soho, W1F 7ER [map]
Masala Zone Restaurant, the home of Real Indian Food offers delicious tastes of India - from homes, wayside stalls and palaces (totally different from curry houses) in a stylish brasserie setting.
77 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 9ZN [map]
Located just off Regent Street and housed in one of London's most iconic art deco buildings, MASH is a unique Danish steakhouse offering ample menu choices and an extensive wine list.
20 Shaftsbury Avenue, Piccadilly Circus, W1D 7EU [map]
Rainforest Cafe brings the Amazon Rainforest to life with animatronics, tropical fish tanks, waterfalls etc in the heart of London's West End. Perfect for lunch or dinner for kids and big kids alike.
Modern European Restaurant
The Langham, London, 1C Portland Place, W1B 1JA [map]
Roux at The Landau sees father and son Albert and Michel Roux Jr working together for the first time in 19 years, bringing the Roux’s legendary culinary expertise to their second West End address.
5 Argyll Street, W1F 7TD [map]
This intimate restaurant in the heart of Oxford Street/Regent Street is an oasis for shoppers and local workers.
Mezzanine Floor, Victory House, 99 Regent Street, Mayfair, W1B 4RS [map]
Veeraswamy, UK's oldest Indian restaurant in Piccadilly, has been the rendezvous of the famous and fashionable as well as lots of ordinary lovers of Indian food since its inception in 1926.
100 Oxford Street, Soho, W1D 1LL [map]
The 100 Club has legendary status in modern British music, having played host to live bands since 1942.
68 Regent Street, Greater London, W1B 4DY [map]
One of London's most iconic hotels, Hotel Café Royal offers a stunning afternoon tea menu, with traditional stands served alongside savoury high tea, and a plethora of rare tea blends.
12A Newburgh Street, Soho, W1F 7RR [map]
Close to vibrant Carnaby Street, Antidote is a contemporary wine bar and restaurant with delicious seasonal French fare, including charcuteries, artisan cheeses, and a selection of seasonal starters and mains.