Twilight Soho Food Tour

Twilight Soho Food Tour

Twilight Soho Food Tour Guide

Historically home to London’s jazz scene, theatre land, the rag trade, and Rockn’ Roll’s biggest legends (including the Rolling Stones!), Soho has reincarnated itself dozens of times. Now, it’s where you’ll experience some of the most exciting international foodie finds in London. Our evening food tour lets you seize the night and explore Soho’s best-kept secrets, redefining what you think of British cuisine.

The go-to place for all things Mexican in Soho, La Bodega Negra will offer you two traditional tacos with a modern twist, alongside an authentic mini margarita. The tavern itself is as eclectic as the food, combining the hip side of Soho with its more notorious history.

Address: 16 Moor Street, W1D 5NH


As a drink, the humble G&T has experienced a Renaissance in recent years, and nowhere does it better than The London Gin Club, where the name says it all. Enjoy your gin & tonic with a gin-infused beef pie.

Address: 22 Great Chapel Street, W1F 8FR

The jury’s out whether Chinatown is a part of Soho or not, but we couldn’t let you leave London without tasting the delicious dim sum and Chinese tea at our best-kept Soho secret: Opium. You’ll feel like you’ve been whisked away to an Oriental opium den.

Address: 15-16 Gerrard Street, W1D 6JE

Behind an unmarked door lies a hidden cocktail and dessert bar…
A place that only those in the know would be able to find, Basement Sate is the perfect spot to end our tour: with an amazing cocktail and a hazelnut praline dessert.

Address: 8 Broadwick Street, W1F 8HN