Things To Do - Soho
There are two very distinct sides to Soho - the quieter, reflective side or the hustle and bustle side. We like a mix of the two and this pre-planned day out does just that.
Ok, so there isn't actually that much of a quiet, reflective side of Soho. But there is one park that we love to sit and ponder. Soho Square has a beautiful atmosphere and centrepiece. Escape the noise for an hour here.
Soho is buzzing with music and boasts many fine stories of the past. Denmark Street is known as Tin Pan Alley, the musical birthplace of many popular musicians include David Bowie. Then you have Trident Records in the heart of Soho, responsible for turning songs by Elton John and The Rolling Stones into hits. All these sights can be visited on our David Bowie or Rock N Roll Tramble.
Best Food Spots
Whatever food you fancy you'll find in Soho. Here are our top picks, hopefully there is something there for you to try.
Temper (Trenchard House, 19-25 Broadwick St, Soho, London W1F 0DF | Website) is very cool. Order meat or fish by the 100 or 200g and eat grilled perfection in trendy surroundings.
Kricket (12 Denman St, Soho, London W1D 7HH | Website) is equally cool. Blending the best of British with the best of Mumbai it is a culinary treat.
Brasserie Zedel (20 Sherwood St, Soho, London W1F 7ED | Website) is one of our favourite spots in Central London. It blends Parisian charm and glamour with reasonable prices. You feel like you are in the Great Gatsby! With a cocktail bar and event space next door you can make an evening of it here.
Bone Daddies (31 Peter St, Soho, London W1F 0AR | Website) is the best ramen we have had in London.
Chick'N'Sours (1 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LL | Website) has some of the most delicious chicken wings in the capital.
Hoppers (49 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4SG | Website) for a Sri Lankan masterpiece.
There is our 'Top 6' list but there are so many different styles of cuisine you can find in Soho. It is very, very tough to decide.
So you have probably heard about the Soho Nightlife and want to get involved. It is hedonistic, neon and full on, if you want it to be of course.
We love late night live music in Soho and would heartily recommend Ronnie Scott's (47 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4HT | Website), or the 100 Club (100 Oxford St, Fitzrovia, London W1D 1LL | Website) for a Jazz fix.
There are bars a plenty in Soho - and Design My Night are probably best placed to match you with your Jam. We would say Waxy O'Connor's (14-16 Rupert St, London W1D 6DD | Website) is a good place to kick off though.
Our Trambles in Soho
There really is no better way of spending a day in Soho with one of our Trambles. It will take you to some of the main sights, some of the lesser sights and leave you wanting more.