Next door to Café Boheme, BKB opened in 1999 as a contemporary bar and restaurant offering modern cuisine with an American influence and fresh seafood. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and can seat up to 60.
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Soho Kitchen & Bar
19-21 Old Compton Street
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
This place is like TGI Friday's, but with more tourists. Teenagers with their moms and washed up dudes with their third wives. I ventured into Soho without a plan and paid the price by ending up here.
Crappy service, mediocre food and a euro trash-on-holiday atmosphere. Weak beer selection.
You were warned.more
Centrally located, an awesome roster of food/drink, and no wait on a crazy Saturday in Soho. What's not to like?
It was a big weekend in London when I sauntered into Soho Kitchen and Bar. Not only was it the Queen's birthday (with expected traffic delays and pomp and circumstance), but it was also the fateful date when hundreds of people annually ride their bikes completely naked through the...more
Burger: Really, really good. Very juicy and just all round excellent. Also fries came with some pretty awesome aioli
Cocktails: Meh. Not great. The list wasn't extensive and the cocktails we got were generally disappointing
The rest: We were seated by the window. When the weather's nice (I assume) they open the massive windows and since the inside and outside tables are literally right next to...more
This isn't somewhere to come if you're just hungry and just want to fill your belly, it's a full on experience that you need to take some time out for, and should be savoured.
Recommended by my fellow elite Hazel, we went for a catch up, and as a result a few days later when in the area, I had to revisit.
I remember this place as the bohemian café, which I used to frequent a while back...more
Located on one of the most popular streets in London, it seems surprising to find such a relaxed venue.
Soho Kitchen and Bar is a little gem located on Old Compton Street, Soho. My most recent visit had been the second time venturing here and most certainly won't be the last. The design of the venue is quiet minimal, but as they sometimes say "less is more" and this place represents all...more