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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
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
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
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
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
On the credit-crunch friendly Italian eatery scene, things don't get much better than Princi. Creative merger between famous Restauranteur Alan Yau and Milanese baker Rocco Princi results in mouthw... read more
The perfect afternoon tea quest is akin to the search for the holy grail in London. Yet in Barnes lies the answer to all our tea-time prayers: Mrs. Hadjigeorgiou's Orange Pekoe idyllic tearoom. Del... read more
You don't have to look or play the part to unwind in London's first ever gay and lesbian coffee shop. This cafe-bar hybrid is surpisingly quite mellow and subdued - a rare thing in W1. In fact, the... read more
Built in 1938, the Ace Café London really came into its own in the 1950s, when 24-hour opening and a location just off the North Circular road brought in crowds of bikers and other stylish p... read more
Excellent range of cocktails and bottled beers in a contemporary setting, upstairs from the BFI's magnificent, state-of-the art movie theatres. Also perfect for starting, finishing, or aborting riv... 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...