Soho has a reputation for being one of the more culturally edgy areas of London. Made up of 90 streets in the heart of the West End, it has a colourful history and at one time or another has been home to The Sex Pistols, Karl Marx and even Motzart. How’s that for historic?
Overflowing with stylish bars, traditional pubs and eclectic restaurants, Soho is packed with some of the best restaurants in the city and is the stuff of legendary nights out. You can’t fail to be carried away by the energy and vibrance of its spectacular nightlife. During the day there is a range of cultural attractions and upmarket shops to get some retail therapy. But Soho really comes alive at night. Here are some great places to eat, drink and be merry:
Soho is home to some of London’s best restaurants. With food to suit even the most eclectic of palettes, you really are spoiled for choice.
- Xu – Asian
- Kricket – Indian
- Breddos Tacos – Mexican
- Hoppers – Sri-Lankan
You’re never going to run out of drinks to try in Soho, that much is certain. From old fashioned English pubs to disused underground tube stations, Soho oozes effortless cool and has a range of bars to suit every mood.
- The Piano Works
- Archer Street
- Bar Termini
Club nights are what Soho is known for. Most of Soho’s clubs stay open until 3 am, leaving plenty of time for late-night dancing.
- The Box
- Ronnie Scott’s – for the Jazz fans