With a cocktail list by Matt Whiley and a breakfast menu that includes a special breakfast pot pie, we're intrigued by the arrival of this large new all day brasserie.
If you love nothing more than getting stuck into a kebab then prepare to have your horizons widened by Berenjak, who’ll be focusing on recreating proper Persian-style kebabs, stews, sides, with a Soho twist.
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Always one of our favourite nights of the year, the Croquetas Challenge is gearing up for its 2018 event. Now in its third year, this competitive comparison of London restaurants' best croquetas takes place at Ember Yard in Soho and they've already got a cracking line-up.
In the mix so far this year are Rovi, Farang, Eneko, Salt Yard, Opera Tavern, Aqua Nueva, Carousel, Blanchette, Brindisa, Jugged Hare, Claw
Lina Stores have been in Soho for over 75 years - and only now have they opened a restaurant. We head down to Greek Street to see what the pasta masters are cooking up.
The Zuma group have opened their latest spot, a robatayaki, in Soho - we went along for lunch
If crab is your thing, then snow crab definitely needs to be on your to-try list. And thanks to Zelman Meats in Soho, now's your chance. They've just taken in 500lbs of snow crab and it's on their menu right now in their Soho branch.
We're told it's "Canadian snow crab, fished the Nova Scotia way" and they're offering it at £15 for 1 lb of steamed Canadian snow crab with a garlic and lemon butter.
If you've read about NYC deli Russ & Daughters and the amazing Ivan Ramen but haven't yet made the trip to The Big Apple to try their food then sit back and enjoy as the best of North American's delis, restaurants and bagel bakeries are coming to London.
It's all part of The Good Egg's Beer + Bagels series. They've persuaded some really interesting folk to head on over to London to create signature bagels available for one night only every Monday
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Just a few weeks after Cinnamon Soho announced it was closing, the Inception Group (the folk behind Mr Foggs and Bunga Bunga and who also run Cahoots just around the corner in Kingly Court) have said they'll be popping up there with a new bar Casa Bonita.
The Latin bar will open towards the end of June for a six-month period serving up various cocktails using Bacardi, Banks and Santa Teresa rums, Patron tequila and Leblon cachaca. As for the food - we're told
London is getting a new robata grill restaurant from the team at Zuma. Inko Nito on Soho's Broadwick Street will feature Japanese charcoal grilled cooking with a Korean influence.
Given how popular they are in China, it's actually a little surprising that London doesn't have more places serving up jian bing. Essentially crispy skin crepes, stuffed with savoury fillings, they're folded and wrapped and designed to be eaten on the go. A quick google showed that there's a hatch on Newport Street doing them, but when Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall opens on Greek Street today it doesn't appear to have too much in the way of
If you're after a bottomless brunch, vegemite doughnuts or simply a glass or two from the biggest Aussie wine list in London, you'll have come to the right place when Scarlett Green opens up in Soho.
If you live, work or are just generally passing through Soho, take note that the new Sophie's on Great Windmill Street will be opening a kiosk next to their restaurant which will be serving up steak sarnies every lunchtime.
The Pit Roast Steak Sandwiches cost £8 and will feature five hour pit roasted prime rib of beef from Philip Warren butchers served with fresh garden leaves and Sophie’s signature horseradish and charcoal crème on Arapina sourdough
Later this month, Soho hotspot Kiln is going to become the centre of London's food universe with a collaboration that's bound to have folk queueing round the block. They're teaming up with Clapton bar P.Franco and Shoreditch's som saa to become a standing-room-only Larb Bar for one night only.
Of course you can't do anything easy like buy tickets for this ahead of time. Nope, they're selling tickets on the door for £45 on the night itself.
And although it
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