Finding serenity amidst the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street is no mean feat, but if you are looking for an elegant, discreet dining venue, you could do a lot worst than visiting Hunter 486
It only seems like yesterday the famous Chelsea complex, Bluebird opened but in fact it has been around for over 20 years now
Yes you've read this right: there is genuinely a restaurant/bar which is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
If Ristorante Frescobaldi sounds familiar, it is likely you've heard of the Frescobaldi family
If you want to know why some of the highest house prices are in Islington, you just need to talk a stroll down Upper Street to see all the polished dining establishments and boutique shops on the high street
Dinner at the Twits: the most gloriously gruesome immersive dining experience you will ever experience
We love recommending to our followers quirky, unusual experiences to savour and having Dinner at the Twits must be one of the most bizarre dining experiences you will ever encounter
Before the likes of Nobu coming on to the restaurant scene and making fusion cuisine fashionable, there was Trader Vic's already in business in London back in 1963
You might wonder why Peruvian cuisine has been all the rage in the last few years. A quick visit to Lima Floral in Covent Garden might answer that question
If you are looking for a no-attitude, friendly, laid-back neighbourhood bar, Coin Laundry at Exmouth Market must be high on your must-visit list
You've eaten out at countless restaurants, the food is marvellous but it all feels rather passive, especially if you are taking someone out on a date. What would be a better option?
Very few restaurants in the West End survive more than a few years, so when a restaurant has been around for more than 50 years, you have to sit up and take notice
With a vast array of steakhouses vying for your attention, it does take a brave restaurateur to stand their ground and stick with the traditional offerings
The British haven't quite found the skill of beautifying concrete monoliths quite like other countries around the world like Singapore
There are over 350 types of pasta in the world with all kinds of shapes and sizes. Have you ever wondered why you can't have your favourite pasta with your favourite sauce?
If you ask the local Chinese community where is the best Chinese restaurant in London? I would guess 90% would say Royal China
South African restaurants are somewhat of a rarity in London, but if more were like High Timber, then surely it won't be long before we see this little known cuisine flourish on our high streets
With the abundance of space in the grand art deco French restaurant that is Brasserie Zédel, it made perfect sense to open up a venue space that is dedicated to events such as comedy, theatre and literary events
I would be the first to admit, Lancaster Gate is one of those very central areas in London we have all heard of, but have never visited
Sometimes you have to grudgingly admit the Americans do have a better idea of how to do things, such as running a restaurant and hospitality in general
Immersive cinema has been all the rage for a number of years now. There are a plethora of options out there from screenings in disused railway tunnels and others where dressing up is compulsory
Londoners normally don't think of Farringdon as a particularly residential area, so it was to some surprise I found The Well full of satisfied diners on a Saturday lunch
L'Anima means soul in Italian and that is precisely what the team at L'Anima aim to achieve whether it is the type of food they want to serve to their guests or the serenity in their decor.
Trendy, stylish, luxurious, these words have been lavished endlessly at the Andaz hotel in Liverpool Street.
Whether it is casual eateries or high-end restaurants, there is something incredibly relaxing and calming about dining in the South Kensington area
Amidst the plethora of burrito eateries and tex-mex restaurants in London, it is easy to lose sight of what Mexican cuisine is all about.
Having visited Ichiryu when it first opened in early 2016, it was a pleasant surprise to revisit this welcoming udon restaurant
If you still haven't visited the London Wonderground on the Southbank including their charming 1920s Paradiso Spiegeltent, where have you been?
Yes, Prosecco is rising in popularity; there has been an 80% rise is sparkling wine sales in the last 5 years
If you are looking for an informal yet stylish option to dine whether it is brunch or a late night dinner in Camden, look no further than Atrium Kitchen.
Whilst the Marriott Regents Park might not be the most spectacular hotel you will ever see in London, it is rare for guests to be able to stroll down to the lobby area and find an established, respected Italian restaurant
The popularity of restaurants in London do vary as much as movements on the stock market, very few of them truly stand the test of time
Before the onslaught of Ramen bars in London, there was Shoryu, which first launched in 2012 from the team behind the Japan Centre
We've reviewed a lot of bottomless experiences at Townfish, but the version at Ealing Park Tavern must be one of the best value offerings around in London
Immersive theatrical experiences are still all the rage these days: Gingerline, The Art of Dining and A Place in Time
Column inches have been written about the death of Soho and the lack of a sense of community in the area.
Walking up to the first floor of the unassuming Alexandra pub in Wimbledon, you don't know quite what to expect from the Burger Shack residency at the Loft
There's a condition we all suffer from: the Sunday blues. Instead of being a sufferer, you should embrace the feelings to the full by heading down to Oslo
If your perception of Caribbean food is casual street food such as jerk chicken served in a beach shack, you will be in for a severe culture shock when you visit Cottons
Hatchett's Hotel and Coffee House was one of the most famous coaching inns in the 18th and 19th century in Piccadilly
It is easy to miss the restaurant part of The Globe Tavern, when you stroll into the action-packed area of Borough Market
Most people might not have heard of Theodore Kyriakou, but he has done more than anyone else to bring modern Greek cuisine to forefront of Londoners minds
There might be plenty of venues in London offering exotic hot dog recipes, but where does one go for authentic German sausages?
There's no better place in London to kick off the weekend on a hot summer's day than at Granary Square. The square has been part of a major redevelopment in Kings Cross that was once an underused industrial wasteland that has since transformed into a trendy area full of bars and restaurants.
The revival in gin that has been prevalent throughout the last decade shows no signs of stopping courtesy of venues like Graphic bar in Soho.
There are food street festivals and then there is Night Tales. It is as much a celebration of delectable street food and drinks, as well as a musical celebration.