Tuesday 11 December 2018

Trotter Magazine's Guide to Soho

Follow Trotter Magazine's founders Stefan and Eva as they take you around some of their favourite food spots in Soho. From blended coffee to uncoventional Japanese cuisine they've curated some of the neighbourhood's hotspots into one of their well-loved city guides.

Soho; cool, energetic and diverse. Its vibrant, grungy streets are home to an eclectic mix of independent fashion labels, iconic record stores, bespoke tailors, pubs, coffee shops and so much more. And because Soho is buzzing with brilliant food options, Trotter Magazine are happy to share their guide to “where to eat” as curated by Stefan and Eva. 

 

Andrew Edmunds

Restaurant featuring a Modern European menu served at candlelit tables in a snug 18th-century townhouse.

Evelyn’s Table

Tiny former beer cellar of an 18th Century pub known for Modern European dishes and wines.

BAO 

Restaurant famous for its steamed buns and a range of contemporary Taiwanese dishes and teas.

Soho Grind

Espresso bar serving house-blend coffees plus breakfast and lunch, with a basement cocktail bar.

INKO NITO 

Unconventional Japanese robatayaki serving delicious charcoal-grill veggies, meat and fish in a bright and airy space.

XU Teahouse & Restaurant

Taiwanese Teahouse & Restaurant reminiscent of social clubs and classic dining rooms of 1930’s Taipei.

Shack-Fuyu

Izakaya-style dining offering western-inspired Japanese comfort food in a casual setting.

 Photos: Stefan Karlström
Text: Eva Tsang

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