Soho’s Best Kept Foodie Hideaways…

….That aren’t run by vegans or hipsters.

Soho, as we all know it is the West, Ends creative hub, full of colour and art, that enables you to get the creative juices flowing in your own mind. But did you know it also has some of the best foodie destinations in the capital? We’ve put together the go-to guide for some of Soho’s best-kept secrets that will take you on a journey of culinary discovery across the globe, without ever leaving this perfect corner of central London.

Kiln, 58 Brewer Street

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Experience Thai like never before at Kiln, a unique open fire restaurant, serving simple and traditional grill dishes, cooked on a wood-burning kiln oven and grill to create a unique smoky flavour. Dishes combine Burmese and Yunanese spicing on prime-quality British meat. kilnsoho.com 

 

Kricket, 12 Denman Street

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Definitely not your average Indian, combining the best British seasonal ingredients and authentic Indian spices, Kricket aims to create modern Indian plates. Their signature dishes include Keralan fried chicken and Samphire pakoras, as well as Indian-inspired cocktails. kricket.co.uk/soho/

 

 

 

Temper, 25 Broadwick Street

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Temper is a South American inspired live fire barbecue restaurant focusing on both meat and wine, offering a selection of expertly cooked cuts of meat. Watch the chef’s cook in their open kitchen, whilst you enjoy goat tacos and jalapeno burrata. temperrestaurant.com

 

The Duck & Rice, 90 Berwick Street

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The Duck & Rice fuses delicious Asian flavours with British surroundings of a Victorian pub. Serving brunch, lunch and dinner, there is no excuse not to visit this Soho hot spot. The casual dining menu includes dishes such as Kung Po chicken, crispy shredded beef and sweet and sour pork. theduckandrice.com

 

Tapas Brindisa, 18-20 Rupert Street

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Find Tapas Brindisa nestled on Rupert Street, where the buzz of Soho and Chinatown meet the bright lights of Piccadilly. Their menu is all about cooking on fire, inspired by the asadors of Casilian- Leonese cuisine. They champion the stunning meats, fish and vegetables of Spain, so if there’s only one thing you try it’s got to be the Ibérico pork: Collar, secreto, solomillo, sobrasada and morcilla, served with red pepper, onion, alioli and romesco sauce! brindisakitchens.com

Head to thisissoho.co.uk for more of the best things to do and see in London’s one and only Soho.

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