It is pretty much impossible to leave Soho hungry – with so many fantastic small restaurants gathered in this area of London, England. A very good place to taste delicious Chinese dumplings is the Ugly dumpling in Newburgh street. It looks like the smallest restaurant ever with just a small amount of tables crammed into a tiny corner restaurant. But don’t worry if it seems to be full; there is also another tiny area one floor down. Waiting is worth the time, they’ve good some very fine dumpling versions on their menu.
Did you know that Soho is not only known by Chinatown and by being the ‘gay village’ of the town? It is also known from songs of various bands and plays an important role in The Threepenny Opera by Bertold Brecht and in Robert Louis Stevenson’s book Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A place that can fill a complete evening in the city.
1 Newburgh Street
Soho, London W1F 7RB