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Check out the best restaurants in Soho London

26 March 2015 Cat Byers Read time: 3 min
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While we don't want to be accused of picking favourites; sexy, sophisticated Soho in Central London is one of the best areas in the capital for cheap eats, decadent dining and everything in between. While it was hard to narrow the list down with so many amazing places to choose from, we tirelessly ate our way through to bring you the best restaurants in Soho. Bon appétit!

For even more places to eat in Soho, check out our guide to living in Soho London!

Brasserie Zedel


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Brasserie Zedel on Sherwood Street is the ultimate date spot if you're looking to impress on a budget - while the glamorous restaurant is filled with chandeliers, marble and gilt-framed mirrors, the classic French brasserie menu is surprisingly good value with three courses for just £11.75!

Address: 20 Sherwood Street, Soho, London W1F 7ED

Phone: 020 7734 4888



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Take a trip to Peru with Ceviche on Frith Street, the restaurant that launched the Peruvian food trend in London back in 2012.  This cool, colourful venue specialises in delicious ceviche dishes, superfood salads, grilled meat skewers and boozy pisco sours. Owner Martin Morales is now opening another Ceviche on Old Street, so you'll soon be able to get your raw fish fix in East London too!

Address: 17 Frith Street, London W1D 4RG

Phone: 020 7292 2040

Bob Bob Ricard 


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Ever been in a restaurant and thought "if only they had a Press for Champagne button"? Probably not, but the glitzy Bob Bob Ricard have provided one for you just in case. This upscale restaurant serves a Modern British menu in Art Deco surroundings with dishes such as grilled oysters, pork belly and Alverta caviar, and naturally, oodles of champagne.

Address: 1 Upper James Street, London W1F 9DF

Phone: 020 3145 1000

Bone Daddies


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While Soho and neighbouring Chinatown aren't short of good noodle spots, ramen restaurant Bone Daddies wins our vote every time with their warming Japanese ramen noodles, crispy toppings and sushi snacks. The brains behind Bone Daddies have recently expanded to Flesh and Buns and Shackfuyu too, so make sure to check them out if you like the sound of this place!

Address: 31 Peter Street, London W1F 0AR

Phone: 020 7287 8581

House of Ho


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Established by famed chef Bobby Chinn, House of Ho is one of Soho's most popular modern Vietnamese restaurants, with a tasty range of sharing plates, pho noodle soups, summer rolls and fruity cocktails. If you're nearby on the weekend, make sure to try out their all-you-can-eat (and drink) brunch - though don't expect to be hungry for at least two days after!

Address: 57-59 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 6HP

Phone: 020 7287 0770



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Michelin-starred Hakkasan has been the high-end Cantonese restaurant of choice for discerning Soho diners for years with their delicate dim sum and signature cocktails. The atmosphere is dark and moody and the prices are a tad on the high side, but you're guaranteed a memorable meal here.

Address: 17 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QB

Phone: 020 7907 1888



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We already reckon it's one of the best places to eat in London, so it's no surprise that cool, quirky Sketch made it into our best restaurants in Soho. There are actually staggering four different dining spots in the building, so everything from two Michelin-starred meals to afternoon tea is on offer here.

Address: 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG

Phone: 020 7659 4500



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Cosy, modern Spanish Tapas bar Barrafina is regularly touted as the best spot in the city for traditional tapas, and we can't help but agree. The wide range of small plates includes Ibérico ham, octopus with capers and courgette flowers, all of which are perfectly washed down with a fine Spanish sherry.

Address: 54 Frith Street, London W1D 4SL

Phone: 020 7813 8016

10 Greek Street


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Quiet and subtle, 10 Greek Street has been a foodie secret for years with their delicious modern menu, extensive wine list and relaxed decor. All the dishes are seasonal, so you can expect only the finest ingredients in your Cornish crab with blood orange, fennel & chilli, crumbed sweetbreads and chocolate & macadamia torte. They don't take reservations for dinner though, so expect to queue if you want a table!

Address: 10 Greek Street, London W1D 4DH. 

Phone: 020 7734 4677

Le Garrick


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Just around the corner from the madness of Leicester Square, Le Garrick is a secret French bolthole in the heart of central London. With a charming, rustic interior and menu full of warming dishes, it's the perfect place to linger over a boeuf bourguignon and a bottle of Beaujolais.

Address: 10-12 Garrick Street, London WC2E 9BH

Phone: 020 7240 7649

Wright Brothers


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Seafood fans can't visit Soho without paying oyster specialists Wright Brothers a visit. With a menu full of shellfish, oysters and fruits de mer, this vibrant restaurant debunks the 'haute cuisine' reputation of oysters by serving them with everything from wasabi to cucumber sorbet.

Address: Kingly Court Brasserie, 13 Kingly Ct, London W1B 5PW

Phone: 020 7434 3611

Cay Tre


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Sleek and chic, Cay Tre on Dean Street brings contemporary Hanoi to London with their range of delicious Vietnamese dishes. We particularly love the Indochine lamb, red duck curry and Vietnamese beef salad, but make sure you book in advance on the weekend - this place fills up pretty quickly!

Address: 42-43 Dean Street, London W1D 4PZ

Phone: 020 7317 9118




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