If you’re ever stuck for somewhere for a good bite to eat, a short stroll through the streets of Soho will undoubtedly provide an impressive array of options. There is something for everyone with delis, noodle bars, diners, pop-ups, bars, cafes and more springing up constantly. The latest addition to the patchwork of streets that make up one of the hippest of London’s districts fits right in. Soho Grind, the new site and younger sibling to the well-known Shoreditch Grind cafe/bar, will undoubtedly be a hit amongst the young, trendy crowd that constantly parade the area.
Located on Beak Street, Soho Grind contends with the likes of Mozzino, Speakeasy, Tonic and Fernandez and Wells to list a few. Despite this serious competition, after only 2 weeks of being open Soho Grind already boasts a number of regulars and shows off signatures of well known music artists, visitors from Golden Square’s array of music offices. With stylish filament bulb lighting, bar spaces and customised stools, a relaxed urban vibe of coolness oozes from every pore. It’s the cool new sister on the block, offering an atmosphere that none of the local cafes possess.