We're fortunate to work in the heart of Soho. Within 50 meters of the office you can get food and drink from all corners of the globe.
In the evening, the area lights up as the UK's most creative district makes the transition from office to world renowned bars, pubs and restaurants.
We're into trying new things, sure, but here are a few of our favourites that we return to time and again.
This Neapolitan style pizza company started life as a startup like us and is a favourite with the Popsa team. Even better still, it's literally just around the corner from the office.
11 Dean Street • pizzapilgrims.co.uk
Almost definitely the favourite place to have dinner amongst the Popsa team, Cookhouse Joe is excellently run by two brothers, Sean and James, and serves the very best chicken in the whole of London.
55 Berwick Street • cookhousejoe.com
Create-your-own ciabattas, plus made-to-order bagels, salads and wraps. This family-run Italian sandwich shop is popular with our CEO, Liam.
86 Dean Street • makemine.co.uk
Have a treat with Poppies fish and chips on Old Compton Street. The Evening Standard claims they're "the best Fish and Chips in London".
55 Old Compton Street • poppiesfishandchips.co.uk
Jazz @ Pizza Express
Pizza Express but with a difference... Jazz Club is an award-winning London music venue in the heart of Soho. Since 1976, the club has presented thousands of world class musicians in its intimate, basement setting. In 2016 the Jazz Club was named 'Venue of the Year' in the London Lifestyle Awards.
10 Dean Street • pizzaexpresslive.com
Jackson + Rye
A classy American diner that serves great breakfasts, burgers and a long list of rye whiskies. It has a relaxed environment and is also great for a coffee!
56 Wardour Street • jacksonrye.com
If you want a healthy option, Vital Ingredient could be the choice for you. Mix and match at the salad bar or get a 'raw' blended smoothie to take away.
36 Berwick Street • vitalingredient.co.uk
Independent tea shop with over 40 blends of tea, locally roasted specialty coffee, tea lattes, real chai lattes, matcha lattes, iced tea, and tea shakes. What more could you want?
45 Berwick Street • yumchaa.com
A fast food approach to Ligurian and Tuscan cooking, offering pasta and sauce combos plus focaccia, all made-to-order and totally customisable.
60 Dean Street • andpasta.com
A great place to grab lunch. Wasabi is a light-filled, modern chain serving up bento boxes, sushi and hot Japanese dishes.
73 Wardour Street • wasabi.uk.com
This classic American BBQ restaurant is amongst the top smoke house restaurants in London. Enjoy the unique and authentic Kansas City style whilst watching sport on the big TVs.
10 Poland Street • bodeansbbq.com
The Breakfast Club
A lovely little brunch spot in the heart of Soho, The Breakfast Club is so incredibly popular that it regularly attracts queues which run down the street.
33 D’Arblay Street • thebreakfastclubcafes.com
Billy And The Chicks
Independent restaurant that sells fried chicken with house spices, served with cocktails and craft beers in a hip nook with DJ tunes.
28 St Anne's Court • billyandthechicks.com
Balans Soho Society
See-and-be-seen all-day and late-night brasserie for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. Perfect for a midnight feast after a big night out on the town.
62 Old Compton Street • balans.co.uk
Breakfast, coffee, sandwiches, soups and salads; EAT is the perfect light bite during the working day. And if the weather's nice you can enjoy your food in Soho Square.
16A Soho Square • eat.co.uk
Cheeky Nando's? No problem. The home of the legendary flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken is just down the road from Soho Square.
10 Frith Street • nandos.co.uk
Our local pub, known affectionately within the team as 'The Irish Embassy'. Jimi Hendrix once played in the basement bar. If any of us have an appointment with the ambassador, you'll know where to find us. 😉
19 Carlisle Street • So popular it doesn't need a website
The Nellie Dean
A traditional British pub just across the road from The Toucan. It’s popular for a quick drink (or pie) after work, with hand-pulled ales and a rotation of good guest beers.
89 Dean Street • pieminister.co.uk
Another team favourite. At the back of this famous whiskey shop there's a bookcase with a hidden stairway behind. It leads down to The Vault cocktail bar.
3 Greek Street • thevaultsoho.co.uk