On a wet and blustery evening, sitting down in a cosy environment with a steaming mound of comforting massaman is just the thing: Wild Rice offers exactly that plus more – whatever the weather. The dinky space is decked out with dark wood furniture; admire the vibrantly coloured shutters lining one wall and the statement lighting whilst deciding what to order. With a menu divided into nibbles, small plates and mains, the focus is on seasonal ingredients, and sharing is encouraged. ‘Hat Yai’ fried chicken is moreish and devoured swiftly – super crisp cumin-sprinkled skin gives way to juicy thigh beneath – whilst fiery salmon green curry proves to be an inventive take on a classic. Fancy watching the ever-changing world of Soho whilst slurping on a bowl of ‘Khao Soi’ (rich, coconut soup)? Be sure to bag one of the window counter seats at this inviting spot.