Romilly Street is a short street in the Soho district of London. It is located between Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road, and is home to a variety of businesses, including restaurants, bars, and shops.
The street was named after Sir Samuel Romilly, a lawyer and social reformer who was born in Soho in 1757. Romilly Street was built in the early 18th century, and was originally known as Church Street. The name was changed to Romilly Street in 1937.
Today, Romilly Street is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. The street is home to a number of trendy restaurants, such as The Palomar and Padella, as well as a few independent shops. It is also a popular spot for nightlife, with a number of bars and clubs located on the street.
How to Get There:
Romilly Street is easily accessible by public transport. The nearest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus. There are also a number of bus routes that stop nearby.