One thing that everyone will do when they visit London is eat. The great thing about the city is the diverse selection of cultures that have come together to create a mixing pot of different flavours from around the world.
If you’re looking to sample the local treats of London during your stay at the Piccadilly London West End and experience the diverse tastes of the city’s food industry, our hotels in West End are located near some of these amazing street vendors that specialise in traditional and authentic international food.
The Kati Roll Company
Poland Street, London
If you want to experience a something different on your trip to the Piccadilly London West End, treat your taste buds to flavours from India at this hip Soho eatery. Specialising in authentic Indian cuisine, The Kati Roll Company brings traditionally cooked spiced meat and vegetables to the people of London in a contemporary setting. Choose your flavour and filling and the expert chefs at Kati Roll will wrap it up for you in a deliciously fresh paratha wrap. If you’re a fan of Indian food, this is a must-visit to fuel up on your London trip.
Brewer Street, London
Thai food has taken the London culinary scene by storm in recent years and it’s no surprise why when you visit places like Jane-Tira in the heart of Soho. What sets this particular eatery apart from the many other Thai vendors in London is its ability to create a warm and vibrant atmosphere in such a small space.
Tucked away on the busy Brewer Street, Jane-Tira is the definition of a hidden gem. Browse the menu to discover a plethora of dishes that combine traditional ingredients and techniques with modern styles to create a fusion of Asian flavours you won’t want to miss.
Frith Street, London
When you think of things to eat, it’s not often that Russian cuisine is the first suggestion that crops up but if you’ve never tasted the beautiful flavours at Zima, you’re in for a treat. Located in a hipster-friendly basement location on Frith Street, this unique Russian eatery specialises in traditional food from the streets of Moscow. Take your taste buds on a journey across the world and treat yourself to some of the hearty meals served up by professional chefs. If you need to wash your meal down, you’ll find a diverse selection of vodkas that only a Russian restaurant could provide.
St Martin’s Lane, London
This intimate Italian eatery is one of the most underrated places in London. Often overlooked by tourists, this hidden culinary hotspot serves up some of the best-tasting flavours in Soho. If you’re a fan of traditional Italian food and you’re looking for a warm environment to enjoy a quick lunch or an afternoon bite to eat with friends, there’s no better place to be than Pepe Italian. Be sure to add this to your itinerary when you head to London this season.