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Nosh Bar information
A famous Soho institution in the 1940s and ‘50s, the Nosh has been reincarnated, though now in a sleeker edition. It still serves old Jewish staples such as salt beef (tender, juicy) in bagels (filling, sturdy) and garnished with pickles (hot and sour). You can also have latkes (potato pancakes), chicken soup and Jewish cheesecakes and eat it all as you watch the (under) world of Soho through the window.