Alan Yau, the man who set up Wagamama in the early 1990s, took the successful format of the Japanese fast food chain and applied it to Thai food.
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the sexiest thing about Sax is the food, the well-thought out menu offering an alluring range of grown-up food prepared from sophisticated ingredients.
The food is described as “traditional Indian fused with modern European”, and the menu undoubtedly puts a new slant on conventional dishes.
Headless Barbie dolls arranged on a counter belie the queue for this Japanese in Soho, which stretches on to the pavement.
One of the jewels in the Nico Ladenis crown, Incognico serves high quality, no nonsense food, with prices to match.
Worth finding for its imaginative modern Italian cooking and excellent pizzas.
A welcoming place, with bustling, efficient and friendly Italian waiters.
A Japanese restaurant on Brewer Street, Soho, popular with Japanese clientele.
This friendly and unassuming Soho Italian provides a haven of calm just off the bustle of Regent Street and Piccadilly.
Launching their chef-to-your-house service easybite, The Edge looks to expand beyond its Soho Square bar roots.