Places to go in Soho
42 Rupert Street, London Chinatown, W1D 6DP [map]
Located just off of Shaftesbury Avenue in London's theatre district, Thai Tho is a much-loved Thai restaurant known for its high quality cuisine, high-profile clientele and super friendly service.
15 Poland Street, Soho, W1F 8QE [map]
Vasco and Piero opened the restaurant in 1971.
1-3 Warwick Street, W1B 5LR [map]
The Warwick has everything you need, from lunchtime food to a fun night out.
235 Oxford Street, Marylebone, W1D 2LP [map]
With branches across London, WH Smiths is one of the UK's best known newsagents, selling magazines, books, stationary and cards.
W1F 8SE [map]
Berwick Street is a vibrant and diverse community in the heart of London's Soho, teeming with vinyl shops, traditional London pubs, bespoke tailoring, colourful textile shops, vintage clothing, original restaurants, coffee shops and independent fashion boutiques.
Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9PS [map]
13 streets including the iconic Carnaby Street, Kingly Court and Newburgh Quarter showcasing flagship stores, independent boutiques and unique restaurants offering global cuisines throughout the day.
Oxford Street, W1B 3AG [map]
Oxford Street offers an unrivalled shopping experience thanks to its exciting mix of high-street fashion and international brands, accessories, childrenswear, technology and homewear.
Regent Street, W1B 5TD [map]
Regent Street is the best shopping and lifestyle destination in the West End.
18 Bateman Street, Soho, W1D 3AJ [map]
The Dog and Duck is housed in a Grade II listed building in the heart of Soho. The well-preserved Victorian décor provides all the atmosphere you would expect in a historic London pub. Tiles and mirrors line the ornate interior and there is a small bar upstairs that's perfect for people-watching in the street below.
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.
London, W1B 4HT [map]
The West End is a shopping destination overflowing with flagship stores, prestige boutiques and your favourite international brands.
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.
16 - 18 Ramillies Street, W1F 7LW [map]
The Photographers' Gallery is Britain's leading centre for contemporary and historical photography.
Piccadilly Circus Underground Station, W1D 7DH [map]
Piccadilly Circus Travel Information Centre is a one-stop-shop for everything you need to get the best from your visit to London.
47 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4HT [map]
Since 1959 Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club has been a symbol of London and the home of British Jazz. It is one of the most respected Jazz Clubs in the world and some of the greatest names in music have performed on the historic stage – from Stan Getz, Buddy Rich and Donald Byrd to Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Art Blakey.
5-7 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 0RF [map]
In the heart of Soho lies the upmarket Shadow Lounge.
46a Carnaby Street, W1F 9PS [map]
Carnaby is the perfect location for relaxed dining and enjoying drinks. A unique urban retreat in London’s West End, where a wide range of fantastic independent restaurants can be found.
Off Carnaby Street, W1B 5PJ [map]
Kingly Court is a shopping destination between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. There are three floors of fashionable shops, including designer brands and independent boutiques.
1c Portland Place, Regent Street, W1B 1JA [map]
Officially 'The World's Best Bar' as voted for by Drinks International, Artesian located at the top of Regent Street is a deeply glamorous cocktail bar.