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Part of the Tamarind Collection and sister to the Michelin starred Tamarind of Mayfair, Zaika of Kensington and Tamarind of London; Imli Street serves a unique menu inspired by Indian Street cuisines. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Imli Street...
231 Linen Hall
162 Regent Street
The idea of Indian "Tapas" at Imli on Wardour Street put me off at first but once i had my meal i was relatively surprised as just how good this ended up being. Indian food has its own type of tapas offering known as a "thali" and...
Whether you're big into Bento or more of a Katsu curry fiend, you won't be disappointed at Taro. The restaurant has an interesting layout, with a sunken dining room with the floor above completely removed to provide extra light...
38 Poland Street
A great place to just off Oxford Street, when you need to rest from a busy day shopping.Or have a pit stop while you plan where your off to next. Great fish & chips for the hold family with a children's menu.Retro decor lovely....
36-40 Brewer Street
I went here for a birthday meal the other day and have to say the food and service were both fantastic. They use produce straight from Billingsgate Market, and the quality is evident in every bite. Between us we worked our way...
41 Beak Street
If you want some excellent Italian antipasti and lots of little bits this is the place to eat. It's all delicious. I just have trouble choosing what to have! Pickled cauliflower and fennel salami-yum!
13 Old Compton Street
Cafe Boheme in Old Compton Street is a classy, continental-style bar/cafe that has a sumptuous atmosphere of sophisticated decadence. The beer is served in smaller glasses than you'd find in a normal pub, so is comparatively quite...
11 Frith Street
19 Rupert Street
I have loved Ed's Diners for years-it's the most authentic American diner that I have been to in London.
Each table comes with a little juke box so you can select your favourite tune whilst you munch on a burger or hot...
29 Romilly Street
Sexy, glam, romantic, cool. The best place for a glass of champagne in London
63-64 Frith Street
Friday night I enjoyed a delicious meal at Arbutus. Starter of "squid and mackerel burger", a coarse-ground parcel of the two fishes on a bed of sald that was tasty and fresh; and then for a main some ground trotter on crisp...
10a Lexington Street
Wagamama in Soho is hidden away on a second floor on a quiet street in Soho meaning that you will rarely have to wait for a table.
The food is always good and reasonably priced. They offer a 'specials' menu which I...
103 Wardour Street
Itsu is a slightly more up market sushi restaurant than it's rival Yo Sushi. Offering a larger selection of salads and sushi in bigger portions, the food is much more varied and fresh.
There is a conveyor belt with...
30 Rupert Street
Franco's on Rupert Street in Soho has some really nice Itallian dishes, I love their thin base pizza, lovely!
34 D'Arblay Street
Don't be deceived by the run down exterior of Thai Cottage-walk inside and you will be greeted by extremely friendly and helpful staff and a large authentic Thai menu.
We had a Phad Thai, which was better than any...
27 Gerrard Street
I have been there couple of times and they serve mouth watering dimsum.
44-45 Great Marlborough Street
I loved Ping Pong. My friend and I shared a taster menu which involved trying around 8 dishes for a very reasonable price. The dumplings are to die for!
The staff were very helpful is telling us about the dishes and...
45 Lexington Street
Me too. I am sometimes even tempted to go to Brighton, I loved it that much...
2 Greek Street
Hungarian cuisine was an unknown quantity for me until i ate here. Recommended are the cherry soup and goulash that are really something to write home about. the atmospheric decor harks back to a time and a place where things were...
Dining out in Soho can be a bit of a minefield if you don't know your way around, particularly so if you happen to be with a group of hungry (mildly worse for wear) individuals sans booking.
Cha Cha Moon is a great...
Unlike the branches of Yo Sushi on Oxford Street, this one never gets too busy-just enough people to create a good atmosphere. It also offers the choice of sitting at proper tables rather at the Sushi bar making it a lot easier to...