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Like a whistle-stop tour for the taste buds, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s famous street food draws disparately from the diverse delights of Asian cuisine. Start in India with Pork Vindaloo, ex... read more
Worth seeking out for its multicultural menu even if it is located on the shabbier side of Charing Cross Road. Drawing on the cuisine of such places as Thailand and India, opt for the fragrant stea... read more
Shuck much? Spread across three floors, the best view at this West End oyster emporium is at the bar, where you can watch oyster shuckers shuck oysters faster than you could ever dream of... read more
With crunchy pork scratchings for starters and divine churros with hot chocolate for afters, the mains have much to live up to at Thomasina Miers' street food cantina. But from the chili-inflected ... read more
Forget that seedy Soho late night Doner Kebab feeding ritual driven out of need and not choice, and turn your attention to ultimate pizza alternative. Warm welcome to Adagio Pizza al Taglio with it... read more
The jury won't be out on this new gelateria. New Amorino outpost in Soho promises to be a favourite pre/post theatre ice cream and froghurt stop. Beautifully smooth classics such as vanilla, coffee... read more
Bacaros are to Venice what pinxtos are to Barcelona and we warmly welcome Polpo, new Bacaro wine bar here in London. Head chef Tom Olroyd has prepared mouth-watering panoply of Italian morsels t... read more
Take a new £20 million luxury hotel opened by a famous London nightclub owner, add uber luxe restaurant on ground floor and presto, Soho diners come running. Described as ‘alluring hav... read more
Housed in a baroque building dating from 1867, this West End champagne bar retains its elegance thanks to a modern revamp. After a hard day’s shopping, collapse into Bentwood chairs and enjoy... read more
More of a bar/brasserie than a classic restaurant with its all day and late night food offering till 3am, this new opening redefines the ‘English comfort food' description. Attempt to emulate... read more
A reassuringly less posh number than it's sister 'restaurante', not so sempliche, Bar trattoria is a relative rest for your wallet. It's all about stools, and relaxed rustic Italian feeding. You ca... read more
Be very ready to be very happy about jumping straight into this wolf's mouth. Bocca di Lupo is Italian idiom about good luck which you should not need much of when you try out this taste... read more
On the credit-crunch friendly Italian eatery scene, things don't get much better than Princi. Creative merger between famous Restauranteur Alan Yau and Milanese baker Rocco Princi results in mouthw... read more
The Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack come to life. Live Cuban band nightly, with a thriving dance floor. Authentic Sancho Panza-brand cigars. Dedicated to Cuban arts of rum drinking and mamb... read more
Low-lit underground retreat with belly dancing. Sink into deep-cushioned seats. Nibble on baba ganoush, falafel, and grilled haloumi with chilli jam. Or just stay for drinks. Brave it with the spic... read more
Think of Little Italy as one stop Saturday night shop, rare treat for London. No need to book a club three weeks in advance, just the restaurant and the dancing will come with it. Local institution... read more
You don't have to look or play the part to unwind in London's first ever gay and lesbian coffee shop. This cafe-bar hybrid is surpisingly quite mellow and subdued - a rare thing in W1. In fact, the... read more
Little may no longer bark the orders in the kitchen, but his culinary vision lives on in the stylish Soho restaurant that bears his name. Popular with the media types who work in the area, the pale... read more
With its dark-wood interior, flickering candlelight and very affordable champagne, Andrew Edmunds is definitely a date restaurant. Bookings are essential and difficult to get, but once you’ve... read more
Once the playground of everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Sean Conner...
From Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney (whose Zuma is beloved of Kate, ...
A glorious riot of Victorian camp staff are decked in 19th Century ...
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Lorded over by former chef of The Ivy and Soho House Alan Bird, it'...