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Soho and Mayfair

Soho is a lively part of central London. It’s bounded on the north by Oxford Street, on the east by Charing Cross Road, on the south by Shaftesbury Avenue with Regent on the western side. The nearest tube stations are Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road and Piccadilly Circus.

Just across Regent Street, Mayfair starts and it stretches right over to Park Lane and Hyde Park.

There are many pubs and restaurants in these areas and I’ve listed a selection of the ones I’ve been to recently.

Soho also contains the famous Berwick Street, and I wrote an article many years ago for a previous website about the delights of Berwick Street and its market. I’ve reproduced my Berwick Street article here along with some recent amendments.

Soho and Mayfair Pubs

Iron Duke

Iron Duke - full review

11 Avery Row, Mayfair, London W1K 4AN
Tel: 020 7629 1643
Formerly known as Fuller's Ale Lodge, the Iron Duke is situated in a small side street off Bond Street. The pub is initially narrow but opens out beyond the bar into a squarer seating area at the back. There is also an upstairs seating area ... Read full review of Iron Duke

Good Beer, Good Pubs rating: 3 stars out of 5

Old Coffee House

Old Coffee House - full review

49 Beak Street, London W1F 9SF
Tel: 020 7437 2197
Considering that I used to work just down the road in Shaftesbury Avenue many years ago it's perhaps surprising that I'd previously missed this pub in Beak Street, Soho. The interior is very wooden and traditional with many (almost too many) ... Read full review of Old Coffee House

Good Beer, Good Pubs rating: 3.5 stars out of 5

Eating in Soho and Mayfair

These restaurants are worth a try:

  • Soho Pizzeria in Beak Street – similar setup to a Pizza Express but interesting variations. Live music every night.
  • Melati in Great Windmill Street – a fantastic Malaysian/Indonesian restaurant just behind the Windmill Theatre.

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