From Shepherd's Bush to Southbank, Ping Pong is dishing out Chinese plates and Asian-tipped cocktails across London. If you're in Soho, then head to Great Marlborough Street for dim sum, noodles, desserts and all sorts of drinks just off Carnaby.
Best Restaurants on Carnaby Street
Tucked away behind Oxford Street and straddling the shops of Regent Street, this prime stretch of real estate is home to some of the best places for drinking and dining in the West End. Whether you came for a post-shopping bite in the afternoon or you're a night owl after cocktails and multi-course feasting, check out our list of the best restaurants on Carnaby Street.
A cocktail bar, restaurant and nightclub all under one roof? We're talking about Jakata. Head here for a menu that'll please carnivores and vegan diners alike, with small plates, tasty mains, sharers, burgers and steaks... all before you take to the dancefloor with a cocktail or two.
If you're looking for delicious Asian cuisine in a no-frills setting, then look no further than Rosa's Thai Cafe by Carnaby Street. Expect a casual atmosphere with dishes from chilli fried noodles and crispy cabbage to butternut red curry.
Situated only seconds from Carnaby Street, Dehesa is the charcuterie and tapas bar that's home to Galician octopus, swordfish pintxos and courgette flowers paired with monte enebro and blossom honey. Whether it's date night or a chilled evening, this Central London restaurant has you covered.
If you're a fan of all things Peruvian, then Senor Ceviche's Carnaby restaurant should be on your agenda. That means para picar, tasting menus and a bottomless brunch banquet that'll ply you with ceviche, BBQ plates and free-flowing peach drinks.
Keeping you sated with a lip-smacking range of American-style comfort food and quirky cocktails, this Kingly Court fixture is well worth a visit. Check out Dirty Bones' West End outpost for Mac Daddy burgers, vegan brunch staples and New York-tipped interiors matched with a hip hop-fuelled soundtrack.
If you're looking for a great brunch on Carnaby Sreet, then The Good Egg will be right up your alley. Not only does the Soho restaurant bring a taste of Tel Aviv with babka French toast, hearty shakshuka and a vegan kofta, but it also touts cute interiors and pink hues.