Popular restaurants & hotspots

Molé Taco Bar

Mexican and South American food and cocktails at this atmospheric Marylebone gem.

Taberna do Mercado

Old Spitalfields Market’s going premium. A chance to get close to chef Nuno Mendes’ cuisine.

Social Wine & Tapas

Wine and not the hot shot chef himself takes top billing at Jason Atherton’s latest.

The Duck and Rice

Chinese take-out, Alan Yau-style, at this former Soho boozer. Morsels of delight.

Counter Vauxhall

Finally a perfectly respectable – and plausible – reason to find yourself in Vauxhall during the day.

Bó Drake

Combining Korean street food, BBQ and Mexican, three of the hottest food trends in a vibrant location off Soho Square.

Jinjuu

K-Pop, KFC and Seoul Sours. Have or be a Kimchi Mary at Judy Joo’s Korean in Soho.

Old Tom & English

A Soho restaurant and lounge where you’re happy to dine and just as happy to linger.

The Palomar

From Jerusalem’s finest, settle in for a Middle Eastern treat at the heart of Soho.

House of Ho

A sleek, modern Vietnamese in Soho with several qualities beyond its delightfully skanky name.

Ember Yard

Med-style tapas in Soho? Literally fired up, another reliable hot spot from the Salt Yard Group.

The Magazine

Zaha Hadid fans will want to visit The Serpentine as much for this curvy restaurant as for the art.

Andina

For a Peruvian fix in Shoreditch that doesn’t involve any illegal substances, look no further.

Union Street Café

Gordon Ramsay’s latest actually serves up some great Italian cuisine south of the Thames.

Chotto Matte

More Shibuya sharp & edgy than Lima latino, three buzzing levels of Nikkei-inspired food and drink in the heart of Soho.

Notting Hill Kitchen

Iberian cuisine from Luís Baena – and an excuse to visit the area that’s neither carnival nor the Hugh Grant rom-com.

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