Soho tour offer
Partnering with Coutours we have created a bespoke package allowing guests to take in the rich history of Soho followed by a delicious three-course meal and a glass of wine in Carom.
Experienced guide and Coutours founder, Emma Parker, will meet guests at Carom’s bar before sharing a bite-size tour of Soho. The area's history as a magnet for emigres from all over Europe will be highlighted – from street names such as Greek Street and Ingestre Street, to Soho's role as a home and workplace for famous artists, authors, composers, philosophers and musicians (from Mozart to Bowie and beyond).
The tour will explain the avant-garde sexual history of Soho, the food and drink culture and the area’s role in shaping the London music scene. Music halls and jazz clubs of the 30s and 40s, beatnik clubs of the 50s and the legendary clubs that put Soho on the map, including the Marquee Club, will all be discussed.
With memorable anecdotes and quirky facts, this urban exploration is designed to appeal to everyone from London visitors to Soho residents who want to know more about their local area.
The hour-long tour will finish at Carom, where guests will be treated to a glass of wine and delicious three-course meal of Pan Indian cuisine created by acclaimed head chef Balaji Balachander.
A dining ticket, which will include an hour-long Soho tour, three-course meal and a glass of wine, is priced at £25 per person. Tours start at 6.45pm every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the summer.
Booking essential, please call: 020 7314 4000