Noho stands for North of Soho, so naturally the area is fashionable, vibrant, exciting, and jam packed full of eateries to suit every kind of city worker.
As the latest area of London to gain a new name, and as a popular area for businesses who want to take advantage of the cheaper office rental prices here, the area attracts a huge amount of hungry city workers and business people looking to escape from the office. So whether you’re planning on a quick business lunch to break up the day, or looking to book somewhere fancy for a key client visit, you’ll be spoilt for choice in this area.
There are well-known high street chain restaurants in every area of London, and Noho is no different. So if you really need to know what bang you’re getting for your buck, you’ll want to head to one of these popular high street chain stores.
For delicious dough dippers and finely crafted pizza, take your clients to Pizza Express. If spice and all things nice take your fancy, book in at Flavours of India a popular mini-chain that has the decor to match its trendy location. Wahaca is a good choice for the trend conscious and serves street food style Mexican treats in a bright, welcoming and vibrant environment – perfect for a brainstorming session.
On occasion we need the weird, the wonderful and the unique when go out to eat, because, well, why not? And Noho has plenty of places just like that to accommodate your business meeting.
One such famous quirky eatery in Noho is Attendant, a delightful coffee shop based in a refurbished Victorian toilet. Expect to be seated on old urinals (more charming than you’d think) and sample some gorgeous stuffed sandwiches and exciting fresh dishes. Would suit a business meeting where the setting needs to impress the client – do be warned it has limited space and is often busy. For alternative steaks go to Wild Game Co and talk schedules over supreme wild venison – don’t take a veggie here as the menu is all about the venison. When an American vibe suits the company, book in at Delancey & Co and treat your colleagues or clients to some stunning sandwich fillings in a sociable and trendy environment – perfect for picky eaters.
At times, only the best will do, and Noho has the best in bundles.
Hakkasan Restaurant is one of few Chinese eateries in London with a Michelin Star, and once you’ve dined there you’ll be under no illusion as to why they’ve achieved that accolade. With dishes like; Peking duck with Qiandao finest caviar and warm Wagyu beef truffle salad, your clients will most certainly be impressed with this destination restaurant. If you think your business occasion would suit more varied and innovative cooking, head to Pied a Terre and sample Michelin Star dishes prepared by the well-known chef Marcus Eaves. For fine dining that doesn’t create the need for quite as big of a budget, Latium is a great choice and offers exceptional Italian food that tastes beautiful and looks beautiful on the plate as well.