|A slice of Soho_Sunday Times Magazine 1968.|
This golden period of cheap dining was to last about 50 years. Here’s Thomas Burke in 1917 talking about Soho, bewailing to loss of bargain eateries. ‘Gone are the shilling tables-d’hote and their ravishing dishes…not in 1917 do you see Old Compton St as a line of warm and fragrant café-windows…gone are those exotic food which brought such zest to a jaded palate’.
|Passport to Soho.|
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The Soho Food Feast, Sat/Sun 2-3 July 2016
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