Soho is central London's land of the cinema. But no longer do you have to choose between garish, neon-drenched multiplexes on Leicester Square and tiny boutique cinemas showing exclusively cult releases (as good as they are). Picturehouse Central, the cinema-lovers' chain of choice's new flagship, includes a massive upstairs restaurant which serves an eclectic menu of unfussy but nonetheless great food, from slow-cooked beef chilli to a middle-Eastern-inspired flatbread pizza. And where better to spend two hours directly after you’ve overindulged than in front of (essentially) an enormous TV in the dark where no one can look at you? Exactly.