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Blue Posts Grande II
The grandeur of The Blue Posts Grade II listed building makes it the perfect setting for an after work pint. Specialising in British craft beers, with independently brewed cask ales, lagers and ciders on tap. Their passion for the best quality product for their beverages flows into their spirits and cocktail collection. The classic British pub also serves traditional bar food.
My Place Soho
Pitch up outside My Place Soho for a coffee and pastry first thing, and find yourself staying all day. The coffee shop is open all hours and will remain open for dinner (served with espresso martinis, naturally).
Cooking fresh Thai food in a casual open kitchen atmosphere, Kiln has been working on dishes especially for the reopening of indoor dining. Dishes are cooked on traditional grills or on a wood-burning kiln oven for an authentic Thai taste. Get cosy centre stage and watch the chefs cook up the tasty Monkfish liver curry.
The White Horse
A buzzing local pub on Newburgh Street with tables outside, serving great food, great beers and that Soho atmosphere we all know and love. Head here with colleagues to toast being back in the office, or a great pit stop between shopping.
Inspired by the flavours of Indian cuisine Kricket uses the freshest seasonal ingredients to make a variety of delicious new dishes. Appetising Cornish crab meen moilee, Keralan fried chicken and Delica pumpkin. Downstairs you’ll find a cosy bar to enjoy an assortment of Indian spiced cocktails such as rose and cardamom with tequila, pomegranate and orange.
The Duck and Rice
The Duck and Rice is a low lit Victorian pub serving up the best duck fried rice. The menu features Asian classics such as Kung Pao chicken, crispy shredded beef and heavenly sweet and sour pour, with a sizable selection of beers, ales and ciders to wash it all down.
Taking an unconventional approach to Japanese cuisine, INKO NITO have mastered the art of Robatayaki. With dishes such as their Chicken Yakitori, Salmon and Avocado Maki Rolls and fresh Sashimi it’s one stop that should definitely be top of the list for indoor dining.
At the fore-front of the BAO movement in London, BAO Soho replicates the style of a traditional Xiao Chi house and certainly serves some of the tastiest buns in Central London, which makes sense as they are the proud owners of a Michelin Bib Gourmand for four years running.
An outdoor hit on the cobbled streets of Berwick Street, Flat White welcome foodies back indoors with an enticing selection of toasties, savoury muffins and a refreshing jug of Pimm’s in the sunshine (as and when London allows us).
The Breakfast Club
From humble beginnings in Soho, The Breakfast Club has become the preferred spot for many for fluffy American pancakes decked in fruit, cream and syrup. Book a table at the Berwick Street branch paying homage to What’s the Story Morning Glory? in the window.
Don't forget, if grabbing a spot indoors is out of reach, outdoor dining continues in both Carnaby and Soho thanks to the 30 brightly coloured tables set up on Carnaby Street, Newburgh Street and Ganton Street for communal dining every day of the week. There are over 200 seats to enjoy from 11am to 10pm, where shoppers can enjoy a takeaway meal without a booking. This flexible, accessible dining culture captures the spirit of Soho and Carnaby: grab a take-away from wherever you fancy and gather with up to 6 friends for that long-awaited reunion.
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