London’s Soho has a great range of restaurants to satisfy any culinary craving, whether it’s for a traditional British dinner, flavours of Southeast Asia or Italian Umbrian cuisine fit for a king.
There is simply nowhere better than Soho for dining in London, so head on over to London this month and visit one of the best restaurant in Soho London.
The food is to die for if you’re a fan of Middle Eastern cuisine and is certain to make you a convert even if you’re not.
Quo Vadiswas one of the first Italian restaurants to open in Soho, in the 1920s, and it has recently been given a new lease of life with the arrival of Jeremy Lee.
This little restaurant is an absolute delight and consistently delivers well-measured portions of Japanese dishes using locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
Their menu offers not just a gluten free alternative to the usual savoury snacks, cakes and scones, but a vegan option too, so there are plenty more bases covered than you might find elsewhere.
The original Rum Kitchen opened in early 2013, in the island paradise of Westbourne, and was an immediate hit with the locals. Choose Rum for beautifully flavoured Caribbean food.
The first Polpetto premises was above French House and now the restaurant is an extension to the ever-popular pub.