Buddha-Bar London has long been renowned for its cocktails and fabulous decor. Their Pan-Asian cuisine is exceptional and they’ve won numerous award..
One-O-One Knightsbridge is renowned as one of London’s finest seafood restaurants, specializing in contemporary French fish and seafood dishes. I’d ..
Chelsea has long been one of London’s most desirable areas and one of its most iconic restaurants is Daphne’s. Located in the shopping mecca of Brom..
What makes a great afternoon tea, in your opinion? For me, it has to be in an elegant location, with outstanding food and ideally, a little somethin..
Covent Garden is such an interesting part of London and a must-see for any visitor yet up to now, good places to eat have been rather thin on the gr..
If you enjoy good cocktails with a spectacular view then you’re sure to love GŎNG at the luxurious Shangri-La London hotel. Located conveniently clo..
Scottish food is renowned for its high quality and so when I heard about new restaurant Mac and Wild, focusing on the finest Highland cuisine, I cou..
The City is one of London’s most historic areas and Leadenhall Market is a site not to be missed. Built in the 14th century, it’s been a distinctive..
If you’re looking for authentic Italian home cooking in London, then look no further than Caffe Caldesi, in the heart of Marylebone. With a bar, res..
Jamie Oliver is omnipresent these days – when he’s not opening a new restaurant, he’s popping up on a cookery programme or helping to combat childho..
The imaginatively named “Eve of Beef Supperclub” at Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road is sure to delight all London aficionados of meat. Fans of fish w..
Carousel London is a family affair – run by the four Templeton cousins, Ollie, Will, Anna and Ed who are equally passionate about food, drink and tr..
Every so often, I visit a restaurant that has the perfect combination of good looks, great food and friendly service. Zaika of Kensington ticks all ..
Hotel Café Royal is an iconic venue that’s been part of the London scene for 150 years and now has a cool new reincarnation. We were invited to samp..
Butler’s Wharf is one of the most atmospheric places in London and a great place to go for a stroll, before enjoying a meal in one of the restaurant..
Marylebone is one of my favourite areas of London, with lots of interesting boutiques, attractive Georgian townhouses and some fantastic eateries. O..
London is such a melting pot of cultures and we’re lucky to have so many restaurants reflecting that diversity. Lebanese cooking is one of m..
It’s always a pleasure meeting up with other foodies and we’re never short of restaurant suggestions! Top of our list to try was The Ivy West Street..