The Soho Theatre has developed a superb reputation for showcasing new comedy-writing talent and comedians. It’s also hosted some...
This is the Soho of the 1950s, when dining was still done grand style in wood-panelled rooms with brocade and sepia prints on the walls....
Lonely Planet review
This Michelin-starred brainchild of Anthony Demetre does great British food, focusing on seasonal produce. Try such inventive dishes as pigeon, sweet onion and beetroot tart, squid and mackerel ‘burger’ or pieds et paquets (lamb tripe parcels with pig trotters). Don’t miss the bargain set 'working lunch' menu at £17.95 for two courses and £19.95 for three. Booking essential.