Owned by Nick 'Soho House' Jones and situated below the infamous private members club, Cafe Boheme has been something of a Soho institution since it opened in 1992. A refurbishment in 2007 has seen the brasserie step up the food offering with Henry Harris (ex Racine) overseeing things in the kitchen. An appealing Parisian boho vibe is brought out in the leather banquettes, brass fittings and moules at midnight. But the real draw is the long opening hours, from 7.30am to 3am weekdays, so it's open for breakfast, lunch and a late night dinner or drink. The atmosphere is just as it should be for this stretch of Soho - fun and buzzing - and the weekend happy hour slot, from 4pm to 6.30pm, is filled with live jazz. In summer, outside tables are perfect for people watching - and Old Compton Street always puts on a good show. The food is typical brasserie fare with breakfast a choice of eggs and bacon, crepe complet or porridge and berries. The a la carte menu has a good selection of eggs, salads, mains as well as meats and fish from the grill. After midnight the menu changes to include fish soup and merguez baguette and frites, sausage sarnie and chips in English - the ideal antidote to excess alcohol come 2am.
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