Modern British restaurant SoHo SoHo recently moved from Old Bailey Street to G/F, The Workstation, 43 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central (tel: 2147 2618), which was previously home to Metro Lounge and Brasserie. The menu includes tiger prawn, apple and celery salad with brandy and orange mayonnaise ($95), salmon fishcake with spinach and mild mustard and saffron sauce (right; $170), roast chicken breast with braised Savoy cabbage, currants and pumpkin mash ($175), summer pudding with clotted cream ($60) and white chocolate and strawberry trifle ($60). Scheduled to take over the space vacated by SoHo SoHo is S&M. No, it's not a rival to Fetish Fashion; it stands for 'sausages and mash', explains Simon Miller-Jones of the HK Dining Group (which runs SoHo SoHo, the Phoenix, La Kasbah and Le Tire Bouchon). He says the casual cafe/restaurant will serve cheap and cheerful comfort food with a variety of sausages, mashed potatoes (such as plain, pumpkin or wasabi) and gravies (including chilli and onion), which the customer can mix and match. Other dishes such as salads and fish and chips will be available for those who don't like S&M. It is due to open in mid to late June at G/F, 9 Old Bailey Street.