Industry leading chefs don’t tend to mention their past job experiences, as they prefer to focus on their present ventures.
Hidden away in Fitzrovia lies Percy and Founders, a sleek all-day dining spot in the former site of the Middlesex hospital, which has undergone a reformation in recent years.
Buying wine is all very well and good, but there’s a major downside to popping into your local wine shop or off-licence: they don’t tend to like it very much when you sit down in the shop and crack your newly purchased bottle open.
With both Sunday brunch and afternoon tea proving such enduring trends within luxury hotels, there often isn’t much room left for Sunday lunch.
Patron Cave à Manger, located in the up and coming Kentish Town area, transforms North London into a French neighbourhood.
One of the chief architects of the success of Caprice Holdings must include Lee Bull, who has worked as head chef at Scott’s, Le Caprice and in different capacities at all the Caprice portfolio restaurants.
It’s rare to see the chain of reasoning leading up to a design decision as clearly as one can at McQueen in Shoreditch.
We went along to the recent launch event for originàrio online shop to discover the secret ingredients used by top Michelin star chefs that are now finally available to the general public.
Father’s Day – and fathers’ presents in general – are pretty difficult to get right.
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is one of those iconic brands that transcends just the drinking world.
The House of Ho opened its new flagship venue on Percy Street in August 2015 in a glamorous four-storey Fitzrovia townhouse that was once home to Caprice Holdings’ Bam Bou.
Sometimes, going out to eat is less about the sustenance and more about the style.
For most of us, summer spells a series of sunny evenings sipping a glass of something cold – in the park, by the river, hell even on the train if we’re commuting.
The first impression you might have as you ascend the spiral staircase to Kojawan is that it’s kitsch, because it is, but that’s exactly what the intention was when it came to designing this dining space.
Sitting on the 52nd floor of the Shard, Head bartender Christian Maspes and the team at GONG have got an easy advantage with a rather spectacular view, unobstructed thanks to the building’s relative skyscraper isolation, the entirety of London unfolding out below.
The evolution of the London restaurant scene has been faster than anything Darwin could have imagined.
There’s a lot of history to both halves of Savini at Criterion.
Chinese Cricket Club lies in the heart of Central London at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, naming itself after the original Chinese National Cricket Team.
As this year’s most exciting addition to the Islington dining scene, Galley has garnered plenty of praise since its opening.
Blossom season might be coming to an end in the UK, but that doesn’t mean you can’t live out a floral fantasy in Mayfair.