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The fourth Fernandez and Wells café and eatery is the city's grandest, with seating for 100 and window views from Somerset House's East Wing. Bright, minimalist decór, with hunks of j... read more
Small plates served at wood-block communal tables. Sample dish: Orecchiette with tiger prawn, rocket, chilli and saffon. Thankfully un-kitschy Italian decór: Just a few wall tiles with the i... read more
Darling! This upmarket pub's location opposite the Theatre Royal makes it the perfect place to grab a bite before checking out a show. Some larger dishes would be good for those too selfish to... read more
Hey, bro! The mock-corrugated iron walls of Providores founder Peter Gordon's first West End establishment are distinctly New Zealand but the fusion menu is worldly, if not out of this world. The a... read more
For decades, powerful figures like Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher were part of the furniture of this historic institution. Now, after a three-year refit that has added a contemporary ... read more
With the jars of onion marmalade and gooseberry and gin jam that line the walls, you would think that you were deep in the country and not central London. Founded in Brighton, this cozy caff-c... read more
Inspired by Japanese sushi bars, Rubuchon’s sleek, red-and-black downstairs restaurant prides itself on an open kitchen around which diners (many of them on expense accounts) gather to watch ... read more
It may be more famous for its clientele – paparazzi are camped outside its front door for good reason – but this West End spot is also a superb restaurant that serves up Modern British ... read more
London’s oldest restaurant has been sending plates of classic English food out of its Covent Garden kitchen since 1798. The world may have changed a lot since then, but Rules stubbornly hasn&... read more
The Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street's supremely stylish (purple velvet seating!) new epicurean destination. The bar offers a North African-influenced meze menu, and cocktails draw on the Covent Ga... read more
Located within the unceasingly trendy Covent Garden Hotel, Max combines cozy, sophisticated English country decor and brasserie staples with one of the buzziest scenes in the capital. The always-pa... read more
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...
Lorded over by former chef of The Ivy and Soho House Alan Bird, it'...
Behind a glorious red brick Victorian facade, on a leafy East Londo...
Installed below three old brick Shoreditch railway arches, which le...