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Where to Eat and Drink in Soho, London

London Fashion Week AW16 is just around the corner, so we’ve been spending our time figuring out where to eat in LFW’s new home – Brewer Street Car Park, Soho. With none of our choices being more than a 10-minute walk to the show space, know exactly where to go for your mid-afternoon pick me up or post-show dinner with our definitive guide.

Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

Bob Bob Ricard

1 Upper James St, London W1F 9DF – three minute walk from Brewer Street

An iconic Soho restaurant that is a must-visit over London Fashion Week, it is famous for pouring more champagne than any other restaurant in the UK. And why wouldn’t it be, there is a champagne button placed at every booth.

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Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

Sketch

9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG – eight minute walk from Brewer Street

An Instagram favourite, Sketch is like something from a Wes Anderson film. The 18th century tea room coated in a layer of pale pink velvet magically transforms into a cocktail lounge in the evening. Make sure to check out the toilets too, just trust me on this one.

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Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

L’Escargot

48 Greek St, London W1D 4EF – six minute walk from Brewer Street

A Coggles team favourite for London Fashion Week, L’Escargot has been a Soho landmark since 1927 and has been named the best French restaurant in London. A must-visit, if only for the incredible interior.

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Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

Bocca di Lupo

12 Archer St, London W1D 7BB – two minute walk from Brewer Street

Bocca di Lupo is easily one of my favourite places to eat in London, with a hoard of small dishes to choose from you can have a little bit of everything you fancy. Ideal for a light snack between shows or to refuel at the end of the day. They also have a delectable ice cream parlour just across the street for dessert and one of the best wine lists I’ve seen.

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Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

10 Greek Street

10 Greek St, Soho, London W1D 4DH – six minute walk from Brewer Street

Light dishes, small plates and hearty mains, this small but perfectly formed restaurant is great for grabbing lunch. But be aware, dinner is walk in only so you may not get a table without a wait. You can always book for lunch though.

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Where to eat and drink in Soho, London

Café Boheme

13 Old Compton St, London W1D 5JQ – five minute walk from Brewer Street

A beautiful, traditional French café nestled in the heart of the West End. Stop by for a coffee or something stronger, breakfast or brunch, lunch or dinner, or even a late night snack. Café Boheme is open from 8am to 3am (apart from Sunday when it is 9am to midnight) so it’s ready when you are.

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Words by Clare Potts.

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