Places to go in Soho
261-271 Regents Street, Oxford Circus, W1B 2ES [map]
High-street favourite H&M has re-launched its Oxford Street store. Boasting 3,750sqm of fashion spread across six floors, shoppers can expect a flashy shoe lounge, a chill-out area with swanky seats and a whopping 80 fitting rooms.
4A Meard Street, Soho, W1F 0EF [map]
The Soho branch of this mini-chain of burger restaurants follows a similar menu to the original in Brixton Village, with a simple choice of burgers, rosemary-salt fries and a selection of sides.
55-59 Old Compton Street, W1D 6HP [map]
This modern Vietnamese venture in the heart of Soho is chef Bobby Chin’s premiere restaurant in London.
88 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 0TH [map]
Hummus Bros serves homemade hummus with a selection of toppings, scooped out of your own individual bowl with warm pitta bread, accompanied by salads, desserts and juices.
31-33 Heddon Street, W1B 4BN [map]
Made of crystal clear ice from the Torne river in Sweden maintained at a constant minus 5 degrees all year round, ICEBAR LONDON is literally the UK’s coolest bar.
35 Carnaby Street, W1F 7DP [map]
Irregular Choice was created by Dan Sullivan in 1999 as a reason to stand out from the crowd.
18 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4RQ [map]
Karaoke Box in the heart of Soho offer a private room with its own state-of-the-art karaoke system - and you and your friends, of course, singing your favourite songs as loud as you like, with no-one else listening.
25 Frith Street, London Chinatown, W1D 5LB [map]
Ku Bar is a great pre-club bar to kick start your night out!
3 Newburgh Street, Soho, W1F 7RE [map]
The Lomography Gallery Store London is located in the unique Newburgh Quarter just off Carnaby Street in Soho.
52 Poland Street, Soho, W1F 8QU [map]
At Lucky Voice Karaoke Soho you can rent a private karaoke room. Fill it with you, your mates, a few beers and lots of loud out of tune singing!
8-10 Brewer Street, St James, W1F 0SP [map]
Madame Jo Jos is a world-famous nightclub, situated in the heart of Soho.
28 Greek Street, St James, W1D 5DQ [map]
Established in 1871, Maison Bertaux is London’s oldest patisserie.
45 Lexington Street, St James, W1F 9AN [map]
Lively Soho restaurant Mildreds serves a selection of veggie and vegan food with international influences, from organic energising detox salad to mushroom and ale pie with fries and mushy peas. Just down the road, you'll find Mildreds' sister eatery, Mrs Marengo's, a vegetarian café and cake shop.
25 Heddon Street, London, W1B 4BH [map]
Consisting of a luxurious restaurant, bar, café and shady outdoor terrace, Momo is an exotic Moroccan haven on London's Heddon Street.
33-37 Wardour Street, Soho, W1D 6PU [map]
Make yourself at home at O'Neill's Irish bar in Central London.
Café Royal Hotel London, 68 Regent Street, Greater London, W1B 4DY [map]
Featuring elegant Louis XVI decoration, the Oscar Wilde Bar at Café Royal is a charming place for cocktails, light bites and live entertainment.
21 Kingly Street, Soho, W1B 5QA [map]
Contemporary design, art and fashion in the heart of Soho's Carnaby quarter.
Shaftesbury Avenue, St James, W1D 7ES [map]
The Palace Theatre was restored to it former Victorian splendour in 2004.
143 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 8WA [map]
Paul A Young's third chocolaterie and flagship store in the heart of Soho. Paul has a reputation as one of the world's leading and most creative chocolatiers. Look out for his unusual flavours and daring combinations, like sea salted caramels, Marmite truffles, and summer specials which include tomato, basil and olive oil; orange and tarragon; and wild strawberry, balsamic and black pepper truffles.