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If El Bulli protege Omar Alliboy wants to introduce Brits to casual Spanish bar food, a concession in the middle of London's largest shopping mall makes for an incongruous venue. But the menu, whic... read more
With crunchy pork scratchings for starters and divine churros with hot chocolate for afters, the mains have much to live up to at Thomasina Miers' street food cantina. But from the chili-inflected ... read more
Celeb Cantonese redux: London's second Hakkasan holds it down a soybean's throw from Berkeley Square, remains the It place for upscale dim sum with a side of Kanye. Signature blue lighting, jade bo... read more
The teapot-shaped chandeliers that hang from the ceiling of this boutique pâtisserie create a laidback atmosphere that is reflected in the delicate taste of its famous cupcakes. With their li... read more
Located alongside old St Paul’s, London’s newest shopping mall tries to appeal to city workers and visitors alike. The Jean Nouvel-designed space boasts sleek, reflective surfaces and s... read more
Fire-breathers dance on a circus stage above the main table at Circus, whose design takes its cue from Surrealism. In the kitchen, chef Nik Biok (previously of Gaucho) whisks Pan-American... read more
French-born, New York-based chef Daniel Boulud's eatery at the Mandarin Oriental is just another reason for the French to hate the English. Bar Boulud is the culinary god's nod to leaner times - a ... read more
Caravan just rolled into town and there's nowhere more appropriate to park it than gastro-haven Exmouth Market. If you are a patron of Providores in Marylebone, then the menu will not be a comple... read more
Forget that seedy Soho late night Doner Kebab feeding ritual driven out of need and not choice, and turn your attention to ultimate pizza alternative. Warm welcome to Adagio Pizza al Taglio with it... read more
A fresh take on the otherwise tired tapas trend. Out-of-the-way Camberwell is going gentrified, and the Basque/Sephardic/Mexican food at this spot makes the neighbourhood worth a visit. Restored ch... read more
We are so excited, finalement! Wine bar with superb wines which you can taste and wax lyrical about without hemorrhaging £££ on bottles: ‘by the glass self -service ' is mot... read more
Who said you have to be a strict Soil Association member to enjoy macrobiotic food? Hip and gentrified neighbourhood of Primrose Hill harbours one of London's only macrobiotic fooderies which Yoko ... read more
Recline on gigantic beds and nibble on a four-course tasting menu. Diners watch cabaret-style performances in a snow white, two-level hall. Chef Renaud Marin, formerly of the Oxo Tower, delive... read more
Delightful all singing no dancing combination of fine southern French food and professionally sung opera classics in this city restaurant. London sibling to the famous Parisian innovation, Bel Cant... read more
Asian fusion in its most literal form, Seventeen offers up heady coalescence of Chinese, Korean and Japanese speciality dishes with added Sichuan spice. Small hot little dim sum and cuttlefish cak... read more
Well known Italian wine making Frescobaldi family has finally exported across some of best Tuscan flavours to the Island. Dei Frescobaldi is their first eatery outside Italy and there's no pl... read more
After the Galvin brothers' ‘Bistrot de Luxe' and ‘Galvin at Windows' comes a third new Galvin extravaganza: the gastrodome. Comprising of fine dining restaurant ‘La Chapelle,' an ... read more
The jury won't be out on this new gelateria. New Amorino outpost in Soho promises to be a favourite pre/post theatre ice cream and froghurt stop. Beautifully smooth classics such as vanilla, coffee... read more
Down two flights of stairs past dry ice, choose from a cabaret club, live music space, or supper club. Insiders opt for the supper club (the city's only dinner theatre) if you want the best stage v... 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...