Berwick Street Bucket List

Berwick Street is a bustling community in the heart of Soho. Lack of inspiration for where to go this weekend? Read our guide to explore unique spots on Berwick Street.





Berwick Street Market

Berwick Street Market , one of London's oldest markets dating back to 1778, is now home to an array of traditional produce and global cuisines freshly prepared by concept traders. Find the market open Monday to Saturday from 8am until 6pm.





Want some ‘me’ time? Immerse in the tranquil setting of the aesthetically Scandinavian-designed café  Söderberg . Treat yourself to their signature 'smörrebröd' and a cup of Johan & Nyström coffee - blended in Stockholm and poured by Soho’s talented baristas.






Flat White

Struggling to find the original Kiwi and Aussie flat white, Flat White opened their doors and quickly became a rendezvous for Soho locals, New Zealand and Australian folks desperate for a good coffee in the capital. Come over for their must‑try traditional flat white or an A.N.Z.A.C. cookie ‑ always in the cookie jar… for a taste of home. 





Discover a diverse range of well‑crafted, design‑led and functional canvas backpacks and leather handbags from  Sandqvist ‑ inspired by Scandinavian nature and functionality.





The Breakfast Club

Started as a small deli in Soho with the two founders doing their own cooking and front‑of‑house, The Breakfast Club  has now become known for their delicious brunches and stacks of fluffy pancakes. Fuel your morning with their signature egg benedict or go to a bottomless brunch with their classic french toast.



Record Stores

Soho is known as a district filled with rich music heritage and home to many independent record shops, namely Sister Ray  and Reckless Records . Whether you are a vinyl enthusiast or a beginner, there is an eclectic selection of vinyls ‑ ensuring everyone is spoilt for choice.




Nudie Jeans

Looking for a pair of jeans that not only feels good but also has a positive impact on the environment?  Nudie Jeans is Soho's very own one-stop shop for organic denim. Their jeans are made with 100% organic cotton and they have their very own in‑store repair shop, exclusively in Soho.





Looking for something more than just a sneaker store? Come down to Berwick Street's sneaker haven Footpatrol  where you can cop occasional deadstock pairs and top releases as well as chat with other sneakerheads about what they love most.






Oliver Spencer

Oliver Spencer  worked his way from a market stall to an international brand with pieces being stocked in many of the world's leading department stores including Selfridges, Liberty of London and Mr Porter.  Explore a range of clothing with all the quality and craft of premium tailoring, but with a relaxed modern style.




Kitchen sinks, DIY kits and colour stains on a worn‑out T‑shirt ‑ do they sound like you and your mate back in uni? Alex Brownsell started BLEACH  just like that ‑ from at‑home kits to the world’s first colour‑focused salon in Soho. Fancy some dip‑dyes, rainbow hues and silver sheens? You know where to go!





Gosh! Comics

Immerse yourself in the marvellous world of superheroes, graphic fictions, manga and vintage back issues in Berwick Street's very own comic store, Gosh! Comics . Drop by for a monthly reading group as well as exciting launch parties, signings, workshops and presentations.




Duck and Rice

A fusion between the oriental Chinese tradition and British pub vibes ‑ Duck and Rice serves authentic, succulent and mouth‑watering Cantonese cuisine you would expect to see at family homes across China and other parts of Asia. Dine in the luxurious dining room upstairs or take a seat in their eclectic ground‑floor pub, and let each dish tell its own story of provenance and flavour.







My Place Soho

An all-day café and dining spot where the barista knows your name, remembers your favourite dish and makes you feel at home. Come down to My Place for a pre‑theatre meal with a sharing mezze platter or an afternoon pick‑me‑up with delish iced coffee.  The extensive menu here just hits all the right spots.



Dunno Curated

Calling all vintage clothing lovers! We know a really cool spot in Soho to shop a wide selection of reworked and upcycled handpicked vintage apparel and hard‑to‑find sneakers. It’s got to be the one and only Dunno Curated .





The Blue Posts

Located at the top of the Berwick Street Market, The Blue Posts is a popular hangout spot for some after‑work tipples or a Sunday roast. Featuring a range of real ales on the hand pump as well as traditional pub food, this place is what you might call a ‘proper British pub’.






Misan Textiles

Berwick Street's fabric store Misan Textiles stocks a large selection of the very finest technical fabrics, jerseys and leather hides. Don’t forget to pop down to the basement, which houses a true treasure trove for bargain hunters.





Berwick Street is a bustling community in the heart of  Soho. Lack of inspirations for where to go this weekend? Read our guide to explore unique spots on Berwick Street and check off your list.