Places to go in Soho
Courthouse Double Tree by Hilton, 19-21 Great Marlborough Street, W1F 7HL [map]
The combination of Silk's classic courtroom setting and innovative Asian-fusion cuisine, offers a fine-dining experience with unique appeal.
58 - 59 Poland street, W1F 7NR [map]
Set in Soho, Social Eating House serves bistro-style food in a relaxed yet modern environment.
27-28 St Annes Court Soho, W1F 0BN [map]
Ideal for a working lunch or food en route to and from the theatre, this drop-in eatery in the heart of Soho buzzes with the atmosphere of its working community.
3/4 Warwick Street, W1B 5LS [map]
SO restaurant is Contemporary Japanese dining with hints of European cuisine.The chefs use fresh and natural organic, select dishes are cooked over an open grill using volcanic rocks from Mt. Fuji.
10 Old Compton Street, Soho, W1D 4TF [map]
Welcome to Taro, the best place under the sun where your taste buds get a heavenly treat! If you are looking for a sumptuous Soho meal in an authentic Japanese restaurant, head to Taro without any second thought.
68 Regent Street, W1B 4DY [map]
An informal and modern space within Hotel Café Royal London, this restaurant serves a range of traditional and contemporary British classics.
5 Princes Street, Mayfair, W1B 2LF [map]
A stone's throw from Oxford Circus and the best shopping London has to offer, this little branch of Thai Square is the perfect place to take a break from your hectic retail schedule for lunch or to build up your strength over dinner before tackling the journey home with all those designer bags.
13 Kingly Street, Soho, W1B 5PP [map]
Located in a Victorian Townhouse in the heart of Soho's bustling Carnaby Street, Wright Brothers is the place to go for the best variety of British and French oysters in London.
15-17 Broaddwick Street, Soho, W1F 0DL [map]
Michelin-starred Yauatcha, in the heart of Soho, is an informal dining dim sum teahouse offering an all day grazing experience by providing modern authentic dim sum, petit gateaux and teas at exceptional quality and value.
14 - 16 Ganton Street, Soho, W1F 7BT [map]
Zebrano, an urban bunker of cool, understands that you need to take refuge from streets of Soho.
12 Archer Street, W1D 7BB [map]
Jacob Kenedy and Victor Hugo opened Bocca di Lupo in November 2008.
203 Regent Street, Mayfair, W1B 4NB [map]
Clarks are a well known British shoemakers, offering a selection of comfortable smart and casual footwear for all the family.
26 - 27 D'Arblay Street, Soho, W1F 8EP [map]
Blending a laidback Spanish vibe and a fashionable urban edge, Copita showcases sumptuous tapas dishes in Soho.
71 Dean Street, W1D 3SG [map]
The English dining room combines vintage armchairs, hard wooden floors, and traditional cut glass chandeliers with a menu that incorporates British favourites for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
25-27 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 0RR [map]
Tucked away in Brewer Street is El Camion, the Soho branch of Ned Conran’s – son of Terence – hip Mexican restaurant that is famous for its huge burritos and devilish cocktail list.
45 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4SD
Take a step from the bustling heart of Soho and walk in to our hidden oasis, El Cantara.
40 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 4PX [map]
Located in the heart of lively Soho, central London; Forty Dean Street is a contemporary Italian restaurant and bar.
30 Rupert Street, London Chinatown, W1D 6DL [map]
Just off Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of the West End, you’ll find Franco’s – one of London’s most charming Italian restaurants.
21 Romilly Street, W1D 5AF [map]
Having earned a star within a year of opening Gauthier Soho, Alexis Gauthier is described by Zagat guide as ".
2 Greek Street, Soho, W1D 4NB [map]
The Gay Hussar can be said, without a shadow of a doubt, to be one of London’s most famous restaurants.