We've all been there, struggling through the countless artifacts at a museum feigning interest in the hope of impressing your friends
In a hidden part of Liverpool Street, enclosed by tall office buildings, you might have noticed a highly unusual, incongruous building in Bishopgateâ€™s Churchyard
Every successful food pop-up likes to graduate to become a fully-fledged restaurant and the team behind Dead Dolls HouseÂ has successfully achieved that dream
Bocconcino is located in an area just off Berkeley Square with esteemed neighbours like Nobu and Park Chinois. Naturally, you would enter Bocconcino with some trepidation fearing this might be a dining establishment just for the Mayfair crowd
Fans of Chinese cuisine will appreciate that most Chinese restaurants in places like Chinatown serve a distinctly Cantonese style of regional food. There are in fact 8 great regional cuisines in China
As soon as you step into Vaulty Towers in Lower Marsh, Waterloo, you will appreciate this is no ordinary bar
When you have the might of the owner of the Japan Centre, Shoryu and Ichiryu as well as being the first Japanese restaurant to be owned by a sake company in the UK, authenticity is never in doubt for a restaurant like Sakagura on Heddon Street
Hawkers Bar and Brasserie has a distinct 1920s style thanks to the inspiration from their aviation hero, Harry Hawker. It is one of the most stylish dining and drinking establishments in Kingston
It's an extremely entrepreneurial decision to open a chicken shop close to Camden Tube Station given the multitude of clubs and music venues in the area. There is little risk of failure given that this is the team behind great restaurants like Boondocks, Stax and Butterscotch
Here east at Hackney Wick might not be the most convenient location for Sunday brunches, but judging by the crowds of people visiting Shanes on Canalside and nearby restaurants, this is the place to visit for a relaxing, peaceful stroll and brunch on the weekends
LASSCO Bar & Dining must be one of the most unusual venue spaces you will find in London. The LASSCO (London Architectural Salvage and Supply Company) Ropewalk warehouse stores all types of reused and salvaged items.
It is a fitting touch that the new restaurant and bar, Arthur Hooper's in Borough Market has chosen their name to reflect the historic nature of their location
Kikuchi has been somewhat of a hidden Japanese institution since 1998. It is situated in Hanway Street, a hidden alleyway behind Tottenham Court Road in close proximity to another culinary institution, Hakkasan
Crazy golf at times does get an unfair reputation for being an activity for the children in an uninspiring resort town. However, a visit to Swingers is very likely to change your opinion of this extremely sociable sport
There are times when you visit a restaurant, you end up receiving more than just a culinary surprise. This was very much the case in point on our recent visit to 100 Kensington. It is situated at The Exhibitionist hotel, which is a boutique, luxury venue in South Kensington that also happens to be a modern art lover's paradise.