As London Fashion Week moves to Brewer Street, we round-up the best places to eat, sleep and drink in Soho

Berner's Tavern


Ian Schrager's chandelier-adorned dining room and Jason Atherton's brilliantly innovative dishes never fail to draw a stylish crowd (with an appetite) to the London Edition Hotel's beautiful restaurant.

Soho Grind


Starting the day with a great cup of coffee is a must for London Fashion Week-goers. Head to Beak Street and you'll find Shoreditch Grind's sister coffee shop, serving its very own custom coffee blend (otherwise known as Grind & Co. House Espresso Blend). Pop back after dark and you can enjoy an Espresso Martini or Hot Flat White Russian in the basement bar. Delicious.

Minnie: Style Icon

Minnie: Style Icon

Hollywood's most fashionable mouse will be the subject of an exclusive exhibition curated by Disney fan Georgia May Jagger at stylish member's club Blacks later this month. Featuring photography from the 1930s to present day, it explores the allure of Minnie Mouse and the celebrities and fashion spreads she has inspired. The good news? The tickets are free. Squeak.

Open to the public 19-20 September,



There's been a buzz around this Taiwanese street food restaurant since it opened in March. What keeps people coming back? Its signature fluffy white buns (made from steamed milk) filled with inventive ingredients.

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