Serving up the very best in Peruvian cuisine, Senor Ceviche is a must visit for any lover of all things pisco-laced and colourful. And with a boozy weekend menu that includes unlimited cocktails for less than £40, it's a top choice for bottomless brunch in the West End too.
Where To Eat Around Kingly Court In Soho
Whether you're en route to the West End for a glitzy show, have been splashing the cash on Oxford Street or are heading for drinks in Soho, Kingly Court on Carnaby Street is home to some of Central London's best bites. From vegan tacos to New York-style comfort food and colourful brunch plates, this gorgeous fairy-lit corner of the city has something to suit every taste and budget. Check out our guide to the best restaurants in Kingly Court here.
Bringing a taste of the Caribbean to the second floor of Kingly Court, The Rum Kitchen is a great spot for dinner near Carnaby Street. Enjoy a feast of curry mutton and 48-hour marinated jerk chicken, washed down with a signature pineapple daiquiri or Jamrock punch.
One of the best restaurants in Kingly Court, Dirty Bones has built a huge following thanks to its moreish offering of New York-style comfort food along with ultra stylish interiors. Head here on a Saturday or Sunday to enjoy a boozy brunch of steak and eggs washed down with bottomless fizz.
Looking for brunch in Kingly Court? The Good Egg has got to be the answer. Think Tel Aviv cuisine paired with pastel-coloured interiors and classic cocktails. From vibrant challah buns to hearty shakshuka and za'atar fried chicken, this all-day menu is not one to miss.
Club Mexicana is a fun vegan restaurant in Soho, specialising in all things plant-based Mexican street food. Easily identified thanks to its hot pink exterior, this casual spot promises to pack a punch in the flavour department, with cheezeburger burritos and BBQ 'short rib' tacos.
This quirky cocktail bar is the ultimate spot for date night in Soho. Hidden behind a secret entrance, the venue is styled on a 1940s underground station, complete with a vintage train carriage and live jazz music. While the tipples take centre stage, on the weekend a Squiffy Picnic is served, complete with finger sandwiches and cake.