Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme is all about that wonderful Parisian/French Cafe culture and has just had a refit along with its owner Soho House. The menu, is, as you’d expect, covered in nothing but the classic French dishes. While sadly no frogs legs, you’ll find Steak Tartare, Escargot, Croque Monsieur, Pate, Salmon Rillettes, Toulouse Sausages, Poulet Frites,…

Randall & Aubin

Randall & Aubin

When it comes to high end fish restaurants London is well supplied with the likes of Bentley’s, Wilton’s, J Sheekey and the like. But as superb and refined as they are, they are pricey. Enter Soho’s Randall & Aubin. Founded in 1996 the Victorian butchery of the same name was turned into an Anglo–French Brasserie…

Andrew Edmunds

Andrew Edmunds

Opened in 1986 in an 18th century townhouse and with an historic print shop of the same name next door, Andrew Edmunds is one of the last bastions of old school Soho restaurants among a sea of new chains and trendy spots. The restaurant is quaint and bijou set across a number of small rooms…

Aster

Aster

Until now Victoria’s dining scene has been virtually non-existent. Despite neighbouring glitzy Belgravia, Sloane Square, St James’s, Westminster, Buckingham Palace and their plainer brother Pimlico, Victoria remains the ugly duckling pressed up against them. Given its location, it shouldn’t be, and will no longer be (if you can ignore the John Lewis Offices and House…