Not only is it a ‘clawsome’ spot for the best grub in the city, but you’re also surrounded by incredible and iconic attractions to see and things to do.
To get you in the mood, we’ve mapped out some of the best things to do in Soho. You can thank us later.
Attraction and Days Out in Soho
As one of the most vibrant parts of the city, you’ll struggle to pick just one thing to do - so start from the top and work your way through to create the ultimate day out in Soho.
The Photographer’s Gallery in Soho opened its doors in 1971 as a dedicated public venue for people to showcase their photography; today it features six storeys and a cracking bookshop. They even host events to dive deeper into the world of photography, so if you’re into art and photography then this spot is for you. 9-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Notre Dame De France
In the heart of Soho, you’ll find the Notre Dame de France - yes, you heard us right, in London, not France! Same name, a very different design, this one is a cast iron church. Here you'll see a series of murals by French artist, writer and film director Jean Cocteau - so if it’s history and culture you’re after in Soho, then this is a great find! 6-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Book Shopping in Foyles
For the bookworms out there, Foyles is a must-do - but be warned, one can spend hours getting lost in this bookstore on Charing Cross Road starring over 200,000 books across more than four miles of shelves. 4-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Looking for a time out? We don’t blame you, especially if it’s after filling your boots with Burger & Lobster. Watch the world go by in Soho Square, a small scenic oasis which dates back to the 17th century, lined with leafy trees, lush lawns and complete with a statue of King Charles II. A perfect place to relax, whilst soaking up London’s history. 4-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Always dressed in colourful traditional decorations, take a stroll through Chinatown which was home to the arrival of thousands of Chinese sailors back in the 19th Century. This bustling district is full of character, culture and cuisine. Here you’ll find a great spot for snaps and usually plenty of small events happening. This area of Soho gives a glimpse into Chinese culture and a refreshing introduction to multicultural London. 3-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Shaftesbury Avenue Theatre
Since the theatre opened in 1911, it has played a pivotal role in the theatre industry in London. Adorned with impressive chandeliers and ornate details, one can hardly visit Soho without being pulled into a show at a theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue! Book in advance or take a chance and grab something last minute - it’s always showtime here. 9-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.
Into fashion? Then visiting the trendy Carnaby Street is a no brainer! Here you’ll find a wide range of cool independent boutiques for those unique fashion finds. With distinctive store fronts, colourful, artistic murals and a wide range of cafes and restaurants, Carnaby Street should be top of your list of days out. If it was good enough for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who who all shopped here, then trust us when we say you’ll love it. 8-minute walk from Burger & Lobster Soho.