With the imminent opening of Japan Centre and the restaurants like Kanada-Ya and Machiya, Panton Street in the West End will surely be earning the nickname ‘Japantown’ in no time.
If you want to find refuge amidst the maelstrom of shopping mayhem on Regent Street, then head to the refined elegance of Hotel Café Royal and in particular their all-day café, Papillon.
When it comes to summer barbecuing, we might think of American-style chilli-glazed pork ribs or BBQ-braised beef brisket, but you might not know the Japanese are also massive culinary fans of this cooking technique with their ‘yakiniku-style’ cooking.
Dim Sum has been winning over the hearts and stomachs of London’s food-conscious crowd for many years; in fact, the word ‘dim sum’ translates to touching the heart in Chinese.
Acclaimed chef Eneko Atxa, who runs the three-Michelin starred Azurmendi restaurant in Spain, has opened an informal and relaxed outpost at One Aldwych hotel in London where you can try his unique Basque take on classic brunch offerings.
Taking up residence in the Old Union Arches in Southwark, Bala Baya has set out to deliver Tel Aviv-style dining south of the river.
July 8, 2017 | Restaurants & Bars
It’s almost the 4th of July and the Mondrian London has you covered.
When the co-owner of a new wine bar is the daughter of Château Margaux owner Corinne Mentzelopoulos, the whole of the imbibing community sits up and takes notice.
A journey into the banker’s world of Canary Wharf for a fine dining experience might seem absurd for anyone not wearing a suit and tie or having access to a company credit card.
If you are wondering what the word macellaio means in Italian, it stands for butcher and RC are the initials for Roberto Costa, who founded the Italian restaurant group Macellaio RC in Genoa, Italy.
There is a multitude of rooftop terraces popping up on the London skyline at the moment, but none are as popular as Aviary.
There are hardly any industry awards that the Galvin Brothers have not won in their many years of dazzling the London dining scene.
What has been noticeable for this year’s edition of National Vegetarian Week is the lack of coverage on the subject of vegetarianism.
Menus that declare their undying loyalty for traditional British cuisine and their support for small, artisanal farms are as common as the sighting of sheep in the Welsh countryside.
GONG Bar launches brand new cocktail menu: Director’s Cut One of the most eagerly awaited cocktail menu launches of the year, GONG Bar spent over a year to invent, trial and prepare their innovative creations.
Festival-goers will be no stranger to the Saucy Chip truck.
Sunday brunch is a tradition for some, getting together some friends to catch up on your week’s pits and peaks, discussing loves found and/or lost, or trying to piece together the night before’s party.
When it comes to discovering the hidden speakeasy bars of London, they don’t get any more concealed than Oriole, which is hidden underneath London’s iconic Smithfield Market and entered via a nondescript, old-fashioned entrance.
Michelin-starred afternoon tea with a Spanish twist.
Cocktails meet augmented reality in London.
Hot pot as a dining experience originated from Mongolia more than a thousand years ago and has been readily available in Chinatown for decades.