A glorious riot of Victorian camp staff are decked in 19th Century inspired military uniforms by Gieves & Hawkes, and the doorman even pretends he's Fogg's valet Passerpartout. Scattered amongs... read more
Michelin-starred former chef of The Capital Eric Chavot's brasserie in the low-key luxury surroundings of the Westbury Hotel. It's light on the haute, instead offering a clever take on French provi... read more
Grosvenor Square bar The Luggage Room looks just as cozy as its namesake, but is tinged with a distinct hint of old school glamour. Transporting patrons back the postwar (post WWI, that is) decaden... read more
Is British food still so revolting that they need an influx of foreign cuisine in London? This Peruvian hotspot may be the perfect remedy for the questionable and sometimes just plain bland UK dish... read more
The Modern American Steak House. Pick a meat, pick a sauce, pick side. Just don't be one of those people that comes to a steakhouse and eats only a salad, especially if you're trying to impress a d... read more
The swank new Cigar Room at the unceasingly chic May Fair Hotel has rebellion in its soul. And far from some old-masters-and-Chesterfields interiors, Graham Cox's design is classy but cheeky, with ... read more
This Mayfair spot from the folks behind Zuma and Il Baretto brings rich and classic Northern Italian food in an appropriately fashiony, Italian-esque setting: sleek black and white marble flooring,... read more
London's first house/tech venue with VOID speakers. Intimate space, with red plush banquettes. A ceiling encrusted with countless LEDs. Inventive cocktails, such as Lotion Shot (Kete... read more
Let the juices flow with charcuterie, like venison bresaola, and charcoal-grilled dishes, such as lamb cutlet with eggplant. Two-floor spot with honey-and-linen decór. Fine-art mos... read more
Posh Mayfair is heating up like mad. The Acne London flagship is a hip addition to the trend. Despite taking up four floors in a former gallery space, the store eschews pretension in favor of an in... read more
The fully revamped bar at the Sofitel St. James takes inspiration from Coco Chanel's 1920's Paris apartment, with a gold-studded ceiling, blue mohair banquettes, and an amethyst-topped bar. Ex... read more
Celeb chef shows off his chops with his first London resto, a French-style steakhouse with American-style service. Expect the usual best cuts of beef from the UK, US, Australia, and New Zealan... read more
London's former Playboy Club, the space has now given over to less, shall we say, salacious pleasures. This swish new Mayfair destination boasts the stylistic acumen of star designer Thierry W.Desp... read more
Choice subcontinental street food-esque small plates. Think bread-and-tea, chickpea curry, and bhel puri (toasted rice with onions in tamarind). The kulfi, in either pistachio or man... read more
Strategically positioned along the glittering parade that is New Bond Street in hotter-than-ever Mayfair, this paradise for Missoni devotees is spread over three floors and 300 square meters. A fro... read more
Like a culinary Doctor Who, Heston Blumenthal takes you on a historical trip back through time with his first London venture. With each meal listed by date, start in 1500 with the mandarin/ chicken... read more
With foie gras terrine, rose veal tartar, pig’s cheeks and cauliflower soup on offer, the bar menu at this Peyton and Byrne-run establishment is almost as divisive as some of the contemporary... read more
More than 150 years before Apple was even a glimmer in Steve Jobs’ eye, a Mackintosh was something that kept you toasty and dry in the rain. The classic Scottish raincoat - more fashionable t... read more
No excuse for missing meals at this revolutionary interactive restaurant. Diners order from high tech touch-pads and watch their meals being prepared in real time. Sitting within a mock Japanese ba... read more
Once the playground of everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Sean Conner...
From Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney (whose Zuma is beloved of Kate, ...
A glorious riot of Victorian camp staff are decked in 19th Century ...
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Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...