Chinese Restaurants in Soho
1. Red Fort Indian restaurant in Soho 77 Dean St - W1
The Red Fort is located on Dean Street in the heart of vibrant Soho, London.
Founded in 1983, the delicious cooking and unparalleled service of The Red Fort continues to attract politicians, state dignitaries, entrepreneurs and celebrities alike.
The restaurant is well known fo...
2. Patara Soho Thai restaurant in Soho 15 Greek St - W1
Our Soho flagship restaurant is located in the very heart of London’s theatreland. At lunch time we cater to the area’s creative community; during the evenings we are a haven of exquisite Thai food and exemplary service.
Patara is about beautifully executed, contemporary Tha...
3. L’Escargot French restaurant in Soho 48 Greek St - W1
L’Escargot is the oldest French restaurant in London. Established in 1927 it is to be found in a wonderful Georgian townhouse, almost 200 years old. Widely recognised as one of the best French restaurants in London, we look forward to welcoming you.
Set in the heart of Soho an...
4. Vasco & Piero’s Pavilion Italian restaurant in Soho 15 Poland St - W1
Vasco and Piero opened the restaurant in 1971 above the much revered, and now sadly lost, Academy cinema in Oxford Street. The Pavilion, a former Hungarian tea room, was owned by the cinema’s founder, and director of the acclaimed ‘Murder in the Cathedral’, George Hoelleri...
5. Randall & Aubin Fish & seafood restaurant in Soho 14-16 Brewer St - W1
Launched in 1996 on Brewer Street in Soho, Randall & Aubin is an Anglo/French Brasserie that specialises in seafood and has been delighting foodies, fans and celebrities for the past twenty years - all of whom come looking for an outstanding meal and a fabulous time beneath the g...
6. Barrafina Spanish restaurant in Soho 26-27 Dean Street - W1
“I’m never happier than perched on a stool here, watching the incredible food being prepared!” – The Hart Bros have fully captured the zeitgeist with their “thrilling” small foodie meccas in Soho and Covent Garden – “truly exciting, vibrant London experiences” founded in “some of the best tapas outside Barcelona” (and in particular “peerlessly fresh fish”), “fabulous” wines and sherries, and “empathetic” service. “You wait over an hour for a seat, but it really is THAT good!” Incredibly, the second branch is rated just as highly as the Frith Street original, and to sound in-the-know, remark on how the Josper Oven makes the fish taste even better at Adelaide Street. Can they pull it off again with Branch No. 3?
7. Gauthier Soho French restaurant in Soho 21 Romilly St - W1
“Ringing the doorbell adds to the special feel” of a trip to Alexis Gauthier’s “beautiful, plush and quiet” Georgian townhouse, in the heart of Soho. But while it “oozes romance and decadence”, it’s first-and-foremost a gastronomic experience, with “unbelievably slick” service and some of London’s best French cooking – “seasonal, classically based, and superb in taste and presentation”. Top Menu Tip – leave space for the “always wonderful” signature Louis IV chocolate praline dessert.
8. Bocca Di Lupo Italian restaurant in Soho 12 Archer St - W1
“Phenomenal” Italian tapas – “really unusual” dishes from all over the country, including lots of game and offal – help inspire mass adulation for Jacob Kennedy and Victor Hugo’s “wildly popular” venture, near Piccadilly Circus. It has a “wonderful”, “casual” atmosphere too – if an “incredibly noisy” one – with many reports tipping the bar-side perches as the best seats in the house. Desserts are “particularly original” too (or “skip pud, and go to Gelupo, their ‘sister’ ice cream shop opposite”). See also Vico.
9. Andrew Edmunds British, Modern restaurant in Soho 46 Lexington St - W1
“For the perfect first date”, this “magical” (if “cramped”), candle-lit Soho townhouse is second to none – a “shabby-chic treasure” that’s “barely changed in three decades” (although actually, behind the scenes, they put in a big new kitchen this year). The “simple, daily changing fare” is unfailingly good value, but the star turn is the “incredible wines at stunning prices”.
10. Bob Bob Ricard British, Modern restaurant in Soho 1 Upper James St - W1
“Love the ‘press for champagne’ button on every table!” – this “wacky” Soho diner is “perfect for an intimate meal” or “girl’s lunch” thanks to its fun, boothed seating, “OTT” decor and “charming” service; on the downside, the cooking is no more than “high-end comfort food” and “prices are silly for what you get”. Top Menu Tip – “excellent beef Wellington”.
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