Feelin' like some won-ton soup with char sui buns ?
Soho is probably one of the most diverse and dynamic areas in Central London. You get everything here - trashy commercial clubs with horrible laptop DJs, membership only clubs that host fetish shows, theaters, restaurants, sex shops, book shops, toy shops, you name it.
The gate to Chinatown
Chinatown holds a special spot in our heart, judging by our content you probably know why. Food, glorious food! Chinatown is the place to be if you are running out of ideas / money.
Think of Chinatown as diversity within diversity. You get cheaper, hole-in-the-wall kind of places where the waiters might yell at you for being too slow with your food and posher, traditional afternoon dim-sum places where the waiters might still give you the stink-eye because you did something wrong.
Service in Chinatown is also authentic as fuck, even though it's located right in the midst of Soho. We went to one of our fav. Chinese restaurants in the winter, and they gave me (Aleks) a fork/knife set, while leaving a pair of chopsticks for Norma. CLEARLY underestimated my chopsticks game. DON'T EVER UNDERESTIMATE THIS WHITEBOY'S CHOPSTICKS GAME ! We laughed about it and let it go, no harm done.