• Take in some comedy, music or theatre and enjoy the best pubs, clubs and bars • Check out the heart of London's gay community or wander around Chinatown • Use our map of Soho London to discover what there is to see and do in W1
Soho is the place to be for any food lover, with an assortment of restaurants in every price bracket to satisfy any craving. From fine dining establishments such as Gauthier Soho, to Alan Yau's chic cheap eatery Busaba Ethai, there's never any need to eat so-so in Soho.
Soho draws hedonists from across London and beyond and it's diverse enough to accommodate the lot. Barflies swarm at the door of Soho speakeasy Milk & Honey while London's gay scene is anchored on Old Compton Street. Celebrities favour Punk nightclub and the lavish Café de Paris provides dancefloors for those wishing to shake a stylish tail feather.
The Chapel prides itself on expertise delivered in a friendly environment and informative nature. The converted Islington pub bears no resemblance to its former use with decedent silver gilt framed mirrors suspended from the ceiling and stylish ’30s inspired chairs, which are the most comfortable salon seating your derrière will ever sit on. The Chapel opened their London branch in 2007 – following the launch of their Tunbridge Wells flagship salon in 2001 – and haven't looked back. Their individual style informs their team of stylists that can make over a tired dated hairdo as well as refresh hairstyles to create natural looks.
Venue says: “The Chapel in Islington offers dedicated one-to-one attention from our team of expert stylists and technicians, led by director Mark Palmer.”