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Andrew Edmunds in Soho is one of the most romantic spots in London, with food that’s actually great too.
A Soho speakeasy with live music and expert creative cocktails, Nightjar is one of the best bars in the area.
Ham Yard Hotel
A hotel restaurant in Soho, Ham Yard is a great shout for a sophisticated client meeting or a cocktail and a bite to eat.
Noble Rot Soho
Noble Rot’s second restaurant slips effortlessly into Soho with a familiar sense of style, comfort and potential sordidness.
Mr. Meng 孟非的面
A casual Sichuan spot serving spicy noodle soups on Charing Cross Road.
Barrafina is a legendary Soho tapas restaurant that’s always crowded but always worth the wait.
Bone Daddies brought hipster ramen to London, and for that we’re forever grateful. Hit it for an excellent bowl of noodles, and don’t skip the sides.
Dirty Bones Carnaby
Dirty Bones is a New York influenced restaurant serving mostly mediocre American dishes, but the lamb topped fries are its saving grace.
Duck & Waffle Local
Duck and Waffle’s second location doesn’t have spectacular views, nor is it open 24 hours, but it’s a solid low risk option in Piccadilly.
Shoryu Ramen Soho
Eating ramen at Shoryu is like having a big bowl of comfort. The Soho location is perfect for a solo meal or a chilled out dinner with friends.
Humble Chicken is an all-action yakitori bar in Soho where you’ll pair perfect skewers with ice-cold beer.
Imad’s Syrian Kitchen
Imad’s Syrian Kitchen is a delicious Syrian spot in Soho with delicious sharing dishes like falafel, fattet macdous, and more.
Ugly Dumpling sounds gimmicky, but is a good-natured, fun dumpling spot in Soho for when another Caesar salad might just send you over the edge.
Balans Soho Society
Balans in Soho is a classic modern brasserie with an all-day menu of burgers, pastas, and salads. It’s perfect for brunch and opens til very late.