One of the most decadent places to eat in the area, Six Storeys is a Soho venue with more than just charm. From their cocktail bar down to their luxurious dining, people head to this space for some of the finest dishes and tipples in the city.
Restaurants in Soho
The restaurant lined streets of Soho can seem an intimidating prospect when deciding where to have dinner. Thankfully, DesignMyNight are on hand once again to share some of our wisdom as to the best restaurants in Soho (arguably, some of the best restaurants in London).Take a look at some of the top Soho restaurants to be wined and dined until you're too full to move.
After an American dining experience in Soho? We know the perfect place on Ganton Street. Make your way to The Diner where you'll find a venue that harks back to the classic 1950s diner scene, boasting heaps of pancakes and other indulgences, as well as good spread of beers as well as boozy shakes and award-winning teas spiked with all kinds of spirits.
Burger lovers of central London rejoice as renowned Honest Burger opens up near Dean Street. The chain create delicious and hearty burgers from British meat, and market veg for a homemade taste.
Sun 13 & Cantons' kitchen is run by head chef, Asma Khan - one of the rising stars of London's food scene thanks to her exceptional Mughlai cuisine. Here, she's created an extraordinary menu of dishes based on family recipes stemming from the royal kitchens of India. Head down to enjoy exciting, authentic North Indian cooking like never before - dishes include Chicken Rezala, Shorshe Chingri and Venison Kofta.
Looking for a chilled out place to eat in Soho that claims chicken its main dish? One of the best restaurants for all things buttermilk and deep fried in the city, join the ever cool Absurd Bird for a night of thighs, fried food and Americana inspired eats.
Offering some of the most stylish small plates in Soho, this great little restaurant is a must-visit for fans of tasty Italian fare. With gorgeous, rustic interiors and great private dining facilities it's one of the most charming locations in the area.
Ping Pong Soho is another outpost of the famous Chinese restaurant and is serving up all sorts of deliciousness. Known for their dim sum, the spot cooks up a variety of dishes, along with having a cracking cocktail menu and great brunches.
Nestled in the heart of the West End, this branch of POLPO is serving up classic Venetian plates and delicious aperitif-style drinks in laid-back surroundings. Take a seat upstairs and dig into cichèti and mouth-watering mains or head downstairs where the Campari bar awaits.
Wahaca serves up some of the tastiest Mexican street food that you'll find in a large radius of Soho. We're talking freshly made guac with lime juice and coriander, slow-cooked pork topped with a red onion relish & habanero chillies, and sweet potato and feta taquitos. To wash it down? Tequila of course.
While the quirky Balans Soho Society is perfect for everything from brunch till dinner, seven days a week, there's another reason why it's so popular: they serve food way into the early hours of the morning. Perfect for a quick European snack.
As one of Europe's only Pisco Bars, a visit to Ceviche is an absolute must. A trip to the colourful and quirky little restaurant is made all the more appealing by the venue's hit menu, which includes Peruvian nibbles and tapas.
Bringing an authentic taste of Lebanon to Soho comes Comptoir Libanais. From old-school movie posters through to thick plates of hummus, this scrumptious taste of the Middle East is perfect for a refuel.
When it comes to restaurants in London, you can't go wrong with Soho. From Carnaby to Old Compton, the streets are filled with tasty eats - but none quite like Spuntino. Think New York inspired small plates and popcarn alongside dreamy cocktails.
From the man behind renowned Encant and Sibarita, Victor Garvey is also heading up this delicious little Soho spot. Rambla is a mouth-watering taste of Barcelona, from roasted quail drumsticks through to raw oysters.
Scarlett Green is an amazing restaurant in Soho bringing you a delicious range of Aussie food, from brunch straight through to dinner with BBQ meats and fish, and washed down by a great array of cocktails.
The Good Egg Soho is all about delicious Israeli dishes, starting from brunch with Shakshuka and bacon-and-egg-filled pitas, followed by hotter dishes in the evening, with their onsite pita oven, smoker and bakery allowing them to create a variety of delicious Tel Aviv delicacies.
Rosa's Thai Café in Soho welcomes everyone looking for delicious Eastern food and a friendly, fun atmosphere. Their menu offers a stunning selection of authentic Thai cuisine, from classic spices to vegetarian curries, as well as Asian inspired cocktails.
Just a stone's throw from Picadilly Circus, this lovely Soho restaurant fuses high-end and informal dining. With delicious food, gorgeous interiors and tasty cocktails it's a must-visit for any meat-eater.
Head to the Wild Heart Restaurant in the Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel for an evening of top quality drinks and food. Their menu consists of creative and delicious dishes, responsibly sourced from the finest producers and meat supplied from professional London butchers.
Injecting a dose of modern day London into traditional Chinese dim sum, Opium offers contemporary additions to older staples. Another of our favourite restaurants in Soho, this might be one of the best restaurants in London for dim sum. An ideal spot to impress a date, catch up with friends over a spot of dinner, or simply to enjoy a couple of drinks with friends, this is one of recommended restaurants in Soho.
With a strong New York theme, sexy interiors and a killer cocktail list, Dirty Bones in Soho is the area's hot new addition. The bar and restaurant goes big on all things digestible with boozy shakes and huge burgers adorning the menu.
Based on Great Windmill Street in Soho, Casita Andina is a Peruvian restaurant that's been turning heads with its fresh ceviche and traditional recipes. Coupled with the restaurant's selection of hand-crafted cocktails and the overall rustic aesthetic, it offers a serene and calm dinner location for every person that walks through its door.
Inamo really does take the biscuit for the most unique of all our recommended restaurants in Soho. Boasting a wonderfully innovative concept as its centrepiece, whereby the ordering system is beamed directly onto the table. Always a popular choice, Inamo Soho is one of the best restaurants in London for oriental-fusion style dishes.
Quirky, friendly and cool this little restaurant in Soho packs some big flavours into its food and drinks. From pomegranate and hibiscus margaritas to slow-cooked pork belly tacos and coconut flan, all the food at Corazon is freshly prepared and beautifully presented.