The best of eating, drinking and staying in Soho
Soho has a killer range of restaurants to satisfy any culinary craving, at any price. Our faves are Kricket, Barrafina and Xu. Want something kinder on the wallet? Try eating fluffy white steamed buns at Bao, posh kebabs at Le Bab or masa fried chicken at Breddos Tacos. If you're happy to queue, get in line at Hoppers for incredible Sri Lankan food or Lina Stores for delicious pasta dishes.
One thing is for sure – you’ll never go thirsty in Soho. Check out the basement beneath El Camion for tequila and late-night fun times, or keep it light with a sgroppino at Swift, a cocktail bar we can’t get enough of where prosecco and lemon sorbet combine for heavenly results. For coffee and incredible negronis, try Bar Termini.
Soho these days is heaven for serious shoppers. For starters there’s Carnaby Street, once a focal point of the Swinging Sixties in London, which is studded with indie shops and cool chain stores. Famous department store Liberty is a must-visit too. You’ll find sex shops, fabric shops and quirky stores galore in Soho’s warren of streets. Don’t miss Berwick Street Market for fruit, veg and delicious street food.
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