Dishoom | 22 Kingly Street W1B 5QP
When is a curry house not a curry house? When its Dishoom of course! We love the groovy interior thats a nod to Carnabys 60s heyday
Barrafina | 54 Frith Street W1D 4SL
Awesome, authentic Spanish tapas from the guys behind Fino. Inspired by the legendary Cal Pepe in Barcelona (one of TB_HQs all time favourite places).
Social Eating House | 58 Poland Street W1F 7NR
Great food in a relaxed setting, for us Jason Atherton and Paul Hood have got it spot on with SEH, cosy and unpretentious with great service, perfect for Soho
Bar Termini | 7 Old Compton Street W1D 5JE
A fantastic Italianite bar with the dream team of cocktail supremo Tony Conigliaro (formerly of the Zetter Townhouse) and coffee king Marco Arrigo (worldwide head quality at Illy) of at the helm, so expect liquid magic...
Cahoots | 13 Kingly Court W1B 5PW
Get yourself underground for a taste of this super fun 1940s themed bar with a lengthy cocktail list and fantastic period decor. Best to book in advance!
Soho Grind | 19 Beak Street W1F 9RP
Great coffee but we also love the basement bar and restaurant - espresso martini anyone?
A classic Soho institution, late night jazz, food & drink, an experience to be sampled
A great selection of boutique shops and restaurants within these historic cobbled streets
A unique shopping experience in this treasure trove of treats.
THE new foodie quarter , this courtyard setting is home to Rum Kitchen, Cha Cha Moons and Whyte & Brown, perfect for al-fresco dining
Marshall Street Baths
A Grade II listed leisure centre with a great swimming pool.
Always buzzy with local workers lunching and catching up
A tranquil square away from the hustle of Soho & Regent Street
St. Anne's Churchyard Gardens | Wardour Street
Tucked away behind Old Compton Street, its easy to miss this perfect little spot!
The Phoenix Garden
A beautiful community garden open to the public and tucked away behind the junction of Charing Cross Road & Shaftesbury Avenue
Soho was home to many historical figures, including Mozart, Karl Marx and The Sex Pistols.
Frith Street was referred to as Froth Street due to the number of milk bars and cafes located there in the 1950s.
The Marquee Club (located on the site of Floridita in Wardour Street) was the most important music venue for British rock and has been hailed as the venue that launched pop music in Europe.
In 1926, John Logie Baird demonstrated how television would work in what is now Bar Italia on Frith Street.
Oxford Circus (Central, Bakerloo & Victoria lines) | Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly & Bakerloo) | Tottenham Court Road (Central & Northern Lines) | Leicester Square (Northern & Piccadilly lines)
Regular services across town from Oxford Street & Shaftesbury Avenue
Boris bikes available from docks throughout Soho
Crossrail will serve the area from 2017 at Tottenham Court Road