We’re well on the way to restaurants re-opening, but we know not everyone will be ready to be out in the streets to dine. Which is why we love the Restaurant Kits concept – DIY kits from your favourite restaurants delivered straight to your door, nationwide!
The Soho Girl gives a sneak peak inside the My Soho Times spring issue… our biggest issue yet! #TheTakeawayIssue
Flash back to our autumn issue when Jason Gale, founder of the London Lifestyle Awards®, wrote about the amazing ‘bouncebackability’ of Soho’s hospitality businesses… Little did we know the we’d be back in another lockdown (or two) before long. Let’s hope the roadmap is the light at the end the tunnel, finally.
“My answer to anybody who wonders where fabric is used is this: wherever you can imagine fabric being used, that’s where we supply.” So says Simon Lipman, current owner of Borvick Fabrics in Berwick Street.
Our favourite self-love guru shares these simple tips you can adapt in your daily routine to help you stay switched on by showing yourself some love…
We are so used to seeing Soho alive and vibrant with people hanging out, looking for a place to eat. Perhaps meeting friends in a coffee shop, or later in the evenings queueing up for a performance of Mary Poppins or having a drink or two in a local bar. However that’s all come toContinue reading “Soho in Lockdown #3 | My Soho Times”
There’s so much to love about Soho… @LondonBeautifulLife shares some favourites – from fashion to quite spaces!
Iram Khawaja reviews the Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant which offers a culinary experience of four cooking sections: Sushi Bar, The Robata, Sautee and Tempura.
Behind the facade of Yming, the iconic blue building on Greek Street and Soho’s oldest Chinese restaurant, is its inspiring owner Christine Yau.
With Chinese New Year (also known as Lunar New Year) around the corner, we asked London-based blogger and Instagramer, Erica Tang @thechinesefoodie to share her top tips on celebrating the New Year – whether you’re out and about (for a stroll of course) or staying in! @thechinesefoodie I was born in Hubei, China. I movedContinue reading “Prepare for The Lunar New Year 春节 with The Chinese Foodie | My Soho Times”