If Soho is the heart of London, then Berwick Street is its beating pulse.
The world-famous Berwick Street Market was established in the 18th Century and is still going strong today, offering fruit and vegetable traders, flower sellers and street food, which are a hit with locals and tourists alike.
Berwick Street is the central hub for music and vinyl in London. Home to independent record stores including Sister Ray and Reckless Records, stocking a colossal selection, ranging from rock to pop, jazz to soul and dance and everything in between. Berwick Street was the location for the cover shoot of the 1995 Oasis album '(What's The Story) Morning Glory.'
Explore the diverse selection of restaurants, bars and cafés in Berwick Street, where traditional British pubs sit alongside concept restaurants such as Ember Yard and The Duck and Rice, as well as playing host to a bustling Soho café culture and street food hub. New restaurants to the area include Thai inspired open fire restaurant Kiln, Neil Rankin’s first solo concept restaurant Temper and Indian restaurant and cocktail bar Kricket.
Both Chris Kerr and the Misan family cater for those passionate about tailoring, fashion apparel and interior fabrics, sourcing the best quality materials from Europe and around the world.
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