As part of FIX Photo 2016, an annual celebration of exemplary homegrown and international photography in all its forms, L A Noble Gallery at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf invites Time Out Card Members to join the curator and director on an exclusive tour of the exhibition and meet many of the featured artists.
Coffee, cocktails, craft beer and more will be available from the onsite Perky Blenders Café and Wild Card Brewery Bar.
It promises to be a brilliant insight into contemporary photography and a great evening.
All works are available for sale.
Cardholders can book tickets via the member email on Monday May 9.
Just around the corner from Brewer Street’s stretch of cheap and cheerful Japanese restaurants, So aims for something a little more upmarket. The brightly lit dining room has a polished, contemporary feel, attracting a more mature clientele. The menu features luxe ingredients too – such as foie gras and wagyu beef. But it’s not all decadence here; there are also plenty of standard options like chicken yakitori, crisp veg or fish tempura and salmon teriyaki. From the long, curved sushi counter at the front of the restaurant come well-prepared nigiri, maki temaki, chirashi or sashimi – all made with high-quality fish. Check the specials board for less common options. Meat dishes are also worth trying. A generous portion of ibérico pork was charred at the edges and imbued with the sweet, salty savouriness of the miso marinade; it had all the melt-in-the-mouth tenderness that the menu promised. Wagyu beef sashimi, served with pungent raw garlic and soy sauce, was another enjoyable dish. The drinks list includes Asian-inspired cocktails as well as saké, shochu and an ample choice of wine.
Venue says: “So Restaurant in Soho is contemporary Japanese dining infused with unique European flavours.”