There are few more interesting places to spend an evening in London than Soho. Diners who wish to start their evening at one of the many restaurants in Soho can not only expect great food, but an electric atmosphere as well.
Chinese cuisine is very popular in the area and many Soho restaurants do serve Asian cuisine, with Indian, Thai and Japanese restaurants also adding to the mix. Imli, ...
Soho also offers up classic French, Mexican and even Cuban restaurants as well, like Floridita on Wardour Street. Amalfi on Old Compton Street is in the heart of London’s Theatreland and serves authentic Italian cuisine in an intimate atmosphere. Close to many of Soho’s main theatres, Amalfi provides the perfect launch pad from which to enjoy a night out in England’s capital.
There are plenty of other restaurants in Soho too. Seafood and traditional British cuisine are available, as well as a number of chain locations too. Café Rouge and YO! Sushi both have locations in the area, ensuring that diners of all interests and budgets have something to choose from.