There is something for everyone in Soho, and it has welcomed just about everyone to its beating heart over the years. The area is home to the sex industry, a vibrant gay community, London's biggest Chinese community, and was once also the preserve of the first Italian immigrants to British shores. And all that history leaves you with some great places to eat, drink and be merry in Soho. You can't leave Soho without at least once eating Chinese, so why not try much hyped Barshu, or the oldest Chinese restaurant in the area, Yming. If it's Italian you are after, Bocca Di Lupo serves delicious food which can rival Italian restaurants in Italy, particularly in Rome, where their list of "fritti" is mouth watering. If it's Japanese sushi, sashimi, rice or noodles you fancy, then Tokyo Diner and Misato will cater to the lower end of the price market, and serve up delicious food. The new trend for American food is served brilliantly by the busy Pitt Cue Co, and just across the road in Covent Garden, you can cosy up to your partner and feel like you're in Paris in the romantic Le Garrick's underground cellar. Hawksmoor and Hix serve the British end of things and if you want the typical Brit dish, Fish and Chips, then you can't go wrong in the Golden Union Fish Bar.