This weekend, St Anne’s Gardens on Wardour Street plays host to a food festival celebrating some of the area’s best restaurants.
Among those taking part are: 10 Greek Street, Ducksoup, Quo Vadis, Brindisa, Shackfuyu, Smoking Goat, St. John, The Palomar and Trullo.
There will also be food demos, live entertainment and a vegetable sculpture competition for kids.
Entry to the festival costs £15 and once inside visitors can buy food tokens for £2 each, in order to purchase taster sized dishes from stalls.
The festival was set up by Margot Henderson of Rochelle Canteen and St. John restaurants with the aim of raising money for the under-funded Soho Parish Primary School.
Last year, Soho Food Feast raised over £40,000 which helped rebuild the school’s playground.
Who knew you could do so much good just by filling your face?