Referring to the district south of Hollywood Road in the Central area of Hong Kong, Soho is the multicultural food and entertainment heart of the city. It’s here that an international crowd wine and dine side-by-side in international restaurants and budget bars alike.
By day, the narrow streets of Soho are filled with shoppers and browsers visiting chic boutiques, antique stores, and art galleries. Come nightfall however, Soho really comes into its own, with happy hours and meal deals vying for custom amid the many locals and visitors that flock to this area.
Most of Soho’s restaurants are clustered around the Mid-Levels Escalator between Queen’s Road Central and Hollywood Road, with Staunton and Elgin Roads featuring many of the area’s most popular eateries and bars.
To reach Soho, alight at MTR Central Station, Exit D2 and walk along Queen's Road Central toward The Center. Then take the Central to Mid-Levels Escalator and get off at Staunton, Shelley or Elgin Streets.