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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
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
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
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
Terence Conran has done it again with hip new French inspired eatery. You may miss surprise factor, just about as Conranesque as they get, but quality of ingredients and superior level of service ... read more
If you have not yet tried fresh crusty bread and pastries from Villandry on Great Portland Street, no need to trek over there... new sister restaurant Villandry kitchen combines all signature baker... read more
Londoners (or Americans) nostalgic for New York brassieres will look no further: menu all stars and stripes with Eggs Benedicts, Cobb salads, hot dogs and Blueberry cheesecakes: nothing you can'... read more
First relais in Marylebone passed the concept test with flying French colours which stands this new city branch in good food stead. Can you imagine more arrogant restaurant that offers it's cu... read more
Another delicious sibling of Club Gascon, in same sud-ouest french food vein. South-western dishes have never tasted so authentic or been so originally delivered. Imagine little food boutique facin... read more
If you are looking for a cozy place to linger over your Saturday paper and café-au-lait after high street Ken shopping blitz then look no further. Just off a beautiful Kensington Square, Fre... read more
Michelin-starred outpost of British bad boy chef Gordon Ramsay’s empire. Tasting and prix fixe menus, with dishes like roasted Muntjac deer, pine nut purée, baby beets, and ... read more
Over and above requisite gastropub wooden floors and European classic dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients, Coach and Horses is a fine English public house perfect for winter feeding. ... read more
High temple of east-end Kitsch and quirk. A giraffe's head, a bulldog with wings, and other taxidermy courtesy of its antique-dealer owners. Chef Michael Chan cooking up French delicacies, such as ... read more
Situated amid the gilded 1930s glory of Claridge’s hotel in Mayfair, this elegant restaurant stars Britain’s most notorious celebrity chef. His upmarket clientele, who dine on the likes... read more
Bask in the storybook glow of Tower Bridge, seen from indoors or the terrace at the the converted Butlers Wharf Building. Tuck into Chef Lee Bennett's comfort food dishes, such as Co... read more
This grubby part of West London isn’t the first place you’d think of for a gastronomic treat, but Le Café Anglais has brought a bit of glamour to the area since opening here in 2... read more
Sally Clarke’s lovely, intimate restaurant has built up quite a reputation for its West London meets West Coast cuisine, and is particularly beloved of calorie-counting ladies who lunch, who ... read more
Every bit as theatrical as the next-door playhouse with which it shares its name, Marco Pierre White’s Piccadilly brasserie is as ostentatious as it gets. Huge gilt, Versailles-like mirrors r... read more
A light, airy French-style brasserie in the heart of expensive Mayfair, Truc Vert is a delightful place to eat. Do as the local magazine girls, US diplomats from the nearby embassy do, and ask for ... 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...