Whole Foods


Address:
20 Glasshouse Street, London W1B 5AR
Telephone:
020 7406 3100
Website:
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com
Description: Food store chain that toutes itself as offering healthy, organic food.
Whole Foods
 

Terroirs


Address:
5 William IV Street, London WC2N 4DW
Telephone:
020 7036 0660
Website:
http://www.terroirswinebar.com/
Description: Yummy French restaurant near Covent Garden with great wine list.
Terroirs
 

The Breakfast Club


Address:
33 D’Arblay Street, London W1F 8EU
Telephone:
020 7434 2571
Website:
http://www.thebreakfastclubcafes.com
Description: A London brunch classic. Has several branches, the original one being the Soho one. Expect long lineups.
The Breakfast Club
 

Princi


Address:
135 Wardour Street, London W1F 0UT
Telephone:
020 7478 8888
Website:
http://www.princi.com/
Description: Delicious Italian pizza chain, only branch outside Italy. Has regular buzzy restaurant section and the other side is a packed self service with mostly communal tables. Mouth-watering!! Decent wines, coffee, dangerous desserts. No bookings, but will text you when your table ready. Fab!
Princi
 

Ronnie Scots


Address:
47 Frith Street, London W1D 4HT
Telephone:
020 7439 0747
Website:
http://www.ronniescotts.co.uk/
Description: Famous London jazz club. Good for a romantic late night drink. While regular shows are often quite pricy, there are late shows which are 5 pounds for students after 10 pm Monday-Thursday, 1am onwards Friday-Saturday.
Ronnie Scots
 

Picadilly Institute


Address:
The London Pavillion, 1 Piccadilly, London W1J
Telephone:
020 7287 8008
Website:
http://www.piccadillyinstitute.com/
Description: London club institution. Not the best place to go out, but is quite well known. Many tourists. House/techno music.
Picadilly Institute
 

Pizza Pilgrims


Address:
11 Dean Street, London W1D 3RP
Telephone:
020 7287 8964
Website:
http://pizzapilgrims.co.uk/
Description: A 25 minute walk from GC. Went here before seeing a West End show. Delicious pizza with chewy good quality dough. They also do takeaway. Pizzas set you back about 5-11 quid depending on your choice.
Pizza Pilgrims
 

Paramount


Address:
Centre Point, 101-103 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DD
Telephone:
020 7420 2900
Website:
http://www.paramount.uk.net/
Description: Good for drinks with a 360 degree view of London.
Paramount
 

Mildred’s


Address:
45 Lexington Street, London W1F 9AN
Telephone:
020 7494 1634
Website:

Maoz


Address:
43 Old Compton Street, London W1D 6HG
Telephone:
020 7851 1586
Website:
http://www.maozusa.com/
Description: A good place for a falafel, particulary after a night out in Soho.
Maoz
 

Liberty London


Address:
Regent Street, W1B 5AH
Telephone:
020 7734 1234
Website:
www.libertylondon.co.uk
Description: Small luxurious department store. Beautiful shopping experience! Great loyalty program with frequent discount vouchers. Basement has Margaret Dabbs pedicures.
Liberty London
 

Hummus Brothers


Address:
88 Wardour Street, London W1F 0TH
Telephone:
020 7734 1311
Website:
http://www.hbros.co.uk/
Description: A chain of cheap, good value and healthy restaurants offering up a range of hummus-based dishes. Three nearby outlets at Holborn, Exmouth Market and Soho.
Hummus Brothers
 

Gelupo


Address:
7 Archer Street, London W1D 7AU
Telephone:
020 7287 5555
Website:
http://www.gelupo.com/
Description: Best ice cream in London, made fresh every day. Opposite Boca di Lupo, its parent restaurant.
Gelupo
 

Dishoom


Address:
12 Upper St Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9FB ‎
Telephone:
020 7420 9320 ‎
Website:
http://www.dishoom.com
Description: Great Indian restaurant that does dishes with a twist, also serves yummy breakfast. Has another branch in Shoreditch and a newly opened one up behind King’s Cross. Brace yourself for line-ups.
Dishoom
 

Copita


Address:
27 d’Arblay Street, London W1F 8EP
Telephone:
020 7287 7797
Website:
http://www.copita.co.uk/
Description: Some of the best gin in London! Plus some great wines and amazing tapas. Great place to go with friends and share your food. Also a good date spot. Lots of delicious tapas! I would recommend the goats cheese, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and hake. They specialise in gin and have a whole menu dedicated to gin and tonic. Food shared between 4 and a G&T each set us back 20 pounds each.
Copita

Carnaby Street


Address:
Carnaby Street, London
Telephone:

Website:
http://www.carnaby.co.uk
Description: Street in Soho famous in the 1960’s as the epicentre of the London fashion scene. Has some nice shops.
Carnaby Street
 

Centre Point Sushi


Address:
1st floor, London WC2H 8LN
Telephone:
020 7240 6147
Website:
http://www.cpfs.co.uk
Description: Good for the view not for the sushi. At Tottenham Court Road.
Centre Point Sushi
 

Bincho


Address:
16 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4TL
Telephone:
020 7287 9111
Website:
http://www.bincho.co.uk/
Description: Japanese restaurant with good yakatori.
Bincho
 

Bocca di Lupo


Address:
12 Archer Street, London W1D 7BB
Telephone:
020 7734 2223
Website:
http://www.boccadilupo.com/
Description: A smart Italian place in Soho. Their gelateria across the street, Gelupo, is excellent as well.
Bocca di Lupo
 

Bibigo


Address:
58-59 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F7JY
Telephone:
020 7042 5225
Website:
http://bibigouk.com
Description: “Korean healthy and fresh kitchen”… Three courses for 9 pounds.
Bibigo
 

Bar Italia


Address:
22 Frith Street, London W1D 4RF
Telephone:
020 7437 4520
Website:
www.baritaliasoho.co.uk/
Description: A Soho institution. Great for some late night Italian after a night out.
Bar Italia
 

10 Greek Street


Address:
10 Greek Street, London W1D 4DH
Telephone:
020 7734 4677
Website:
http://www.10greekstreet.com/
Description: Great gourmet restaurant in Soho that will not break the bank, Italian-oriented food. They do not take reservations for dinner, but is well worth the wait! Just opened up another restaurant in Hoxton square.
10 Greek Street