In a district that was once pastureland, the name Soho possibly evolved from a rabbit hunting cry. While the centre of London nightlife...
Ronnie Scott originally opened his jazz club on Gerrard St in 1959 under a Chinese gambling den. It moved here six years later and...
This colourfully decorated bodega serves some of the most authentic Peruvian food in town. Start with cancha (large crunchy corn...
Arrive early or late if you don’t want to queue at this excellent Japanese eatery. Londoners come for their fill of authentic udon noodles (served hot or cold, in soup or with a cold sauce), the efficient service and very reasonable prices. The saba udon noodles with generous chunks of smoked mackerel and topped with watercress is a gorgeous dish.
On a roll, Koya has opened the Koya Bar next door at No 50 Frith St.