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Co-owned by Prince William's good friend Guy Pelly, this Mexican restaurant and cocktail lounge is a study in decadence, with shots delivered via a "shot train"and stylish piñatas welco... read more
Tel Aviv chef Oded Oren (coolest chef name ever) applies his talents with fruits de mer to a fascinatingly original Mediterranean menu. To wit, sea bream tartare (who knew?), lamb stuffed calamari,... read more
BAKU, the city's first haute Azeri restaurant, heralds the coming together of Cheyne Walk Brasserie impresario Philippe Moreau and L'Etranger chef Kingshuk Dey. The lavish, Czarina-worthy interiors... read more
Off the hook European comfort food from Chef Mark Blatchford. Gets gourmet with veal escalope and fillet of Longhorn beef. Brunch basics, such as the kedgree and poached egg (best wi... read more
A serious pre-and-post-Milennial hotspot, The Collection once drew the likes of Sting and Madonna. But all good things need renewal. And thusly, they’ve retained the name but just flung open ... read more
Gallery mess café and bar does just what says offering up arty array of breakfast delicacies, snacks and lunch by day and drinks in dark hours... it's far from being a mess. Saatchi gallery... read more
The reincarnation of Chelsea's historic World's End Distillery is a multi-leveled three-parter. Part one is a spacious lounge, where receptionists do the greeting, chandeliers do the hanging and DJ... read more
Who said concept dining in London was dead ? Defying the downturn in latin-asian style, Sushinho is a new stylish player on the King's Road block. Taking two diametrically different cultures and cu... read more
Well loved by Googlers working nearby. Roomy space revamped in 2011, with loft ceilings and oversize windows. Heaps of glossy wood and dark leather. There’s also an Art Deco dining room upsta... read more
Most Spanish restaurants in London are of the tapas-bar variety, but El Blason, while preserving that friendly, informal vibe, specialises in fine dining for its clientele of wealthy regulars and I... read more
Despite bombastic pretensions of being the ‘brasserie at the heart of Chelsea's café society', Oriel well worth landing in. For breakfast and people gazing. And/ or both. Undeniable p... read more
Artery busting, cholesterol heaving crabshack. For gingham tablecloth, live music and stateside dining lovers. Clichéd taste of New Orleans bayou charm, packed to rafters. First class Maraga... read more
Firm favourite for locals hidden away just off Cheyne Walk. 18th century revamped pub, feels like walking into Narnia. Eccentric features and quirky ornate design touches to gawk at. Well heeled pu... read more
Superfine dining in The Berkeley. Marcus Wareing does haute European with a French accent, which you can taste in dishes such as Orkney scallops, quail with goat cheese, Cornish lamb, Galloway beef... read more
Super-chic gelateria Dri Dri's buzzy outpost in the paradiso epicureo that is Chelsea Farmers market. Whether you opt to enjoy Sicilian pistachio in the stylish lounge, or savor the stracciatella i... read more
The easisest way to cross the channel for a semi-alfresco French meal. Unadulterated French ‘savoir cuisine' in all it's glory- classily understated on decorative touches and replete with de... read more
One of London's best ‘boutique' pubs to visit for a Chelsea pint or nibble. Decked out in quaint shabby chic tones, unparalleled cosiness leaves you aching for winter. From Sunday to Wednesda... read more
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Lorded over by former chef of The Ivy and Soho House Alan Bird, it'...
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...
Behind a glorious red brick Victorian facade, on a leafy East Londo...
Installed below three old brick Shoreditch railway arches, which le...