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Bordering Oxford Street W1, Shaftesbury Avenue WC2 and Charing Cross Road, Soho is an incredibly well-connected and exciting area of London. There are bars, upmarket clubs, ethnic eateries, eclectic boutiques, adult entertainment venues, world-class museums, high-end shops and restaurants here, so the most challenging thing about visiting Soho is deciding what to do! London escorts based in Soho may be able to recommend some of the gems in the area, and at any rate, you will have a lovely time with these attentive and intuitive companions.

Clients adore the company of agency escorts because their location and availability are incredibly convenient if they are staying in Central London or the West End. The trendy hotels around Soho are particularly popular with clients who want to live in the whirlwind of activity in one of London's busiest areas and, of course, enjoy all that the West End/Soho has to offer. The adventurous nature and stamina of Soho escorts are ideally suited to the demands of clients looking for the most exciting night of their lives!

The desirable location of Soho near London's Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square are all reasons why visitors detour here even on business in the city. The busy Piccadilly Square and Trocadero area draws in millions of visitors annually, including celebrities attending film premiers in Leicester Square's Odeon. So, where to go with your high-class Soho escort boils down to your interests. Art lovers cannot miss the National Portrait Gallery at St Martin's Place, which houses portraits of British royals and luminaries spanning 600 years; the exquisite society portraits by Sir Joshua Reynolds and Whistler are all here. For British fashion and beautiful printed scarves, Liberty's on Regent Street is a must. The Tudor-style architecture which houses this department store and the refined arrangements are worth the visit alone.

Exploring Soho can take its toll on your strength, so where do you go to replenish your energy levels? China Town, Frith Street, Piccadilly Square and Leicester Square mean you are never far from incredible culinary experiences. Koya, at 49 Frith Street, is an excellent place for fresh Japanese noodles, soups and lunch bentos. Basque-inspired Ember Yard at 60-61 Berwick Street will impress with its flavoursome chargrilled tapas and fabulous mains. For many years, Momo has ruled the roost as the Moroccan restaurant everyone wants to be seen in London. The address at 25 Heddon Street belies an exotic interior. Since you are in Soho, there's no excuse not to try its most celebrated restaurant, 10 Greek Street at 10 Greek Street. This restaurant has a great amb, science and a seasonal menu that is always the sweet spot. Another noteworthy restaurant in Soho would be Berners Tavern at 10 Berners Street, a sleek and modern venue brought to life under Restaurant Jason Atherton's direction, experience and superb menu.

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