1. The fried chicken at Sliderbar, purely because of all of the different accompaniments - coleslaw, creamed corn, gravy and cheese croquettes.
The Player 8 Broadwick St, London W1F 8HN
2. The smoked mackerel tostadas from Wahaca. Yeah, there are probably better Mexican restaurants in Soho but I'm a huge mackerel fan and I could eat these all day.
|From Channel 4 website|
80 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F OTF
3. The pancakes from The Diner. I went there on pancake day and despite having to queue for twice the time we were told (we forgave them because it was Shrove Tuesday), the pancakes were good - slathered with (probably) additive-filled raspberry sauce, white chocolate and marshmallows. I dread to think how many calories.
|From The Diner's Instagram|
18 Ganton St, London, Greater London W1F 7BU
4. Aubergine chips from Spuntino. There are never enough.
61 Rupert St Soho, London W1D 7PW
5. The goat roti from Mooli's, or any of the rotis from Mooli's. Just don't ask for a burrito.
|From Mooli's website|
50 Frith St London, Soho W1D 4SQ
6. A stumpy from Fernandez & Wells. Just bigger than a macchiato and smaller than a flat white. Handy if you're trying to get a coffee for Goldilocks.
Fernandez & Wells
43 Lexington St, London, Greater London
7. Ham & cheese French toast with honey mustard dressing from Foxcroft & Ginger, it's very decadent (I haven't been for a while but I hope they still do it).
Foxcroft & Ginger
3 Berwick St Soho, Greater London W1F 0DR
8. The pork and fennel meatballs at Polpo. Not exactly a guilty pleasure, but meatballs are often overlooked in favour of something prettier.
|From Polpo's website|
41 Beak St London W1F 9SB
9. I don't know what it is but there's something about the ham and cheese croissant from Pret. You can say what you like, but I've had them from artisan cafes and independents and they haven't quite hit the spot - too heavy, greasy etc. The ultimate hangover cure (not a Soho thing, but something I usually get in Soho).
55 Frith Street, London W1D 4SJ
10. The broccoli and stilton soup from The Stockpot on Old Compton Street. You can get that with a main course for £7.95 for lunch at a restaurant that's not trying to be cool whatsoever.
18 Old Compton St London, Greater London W1D 4TN