The myriad of options that come up each year for Christmas parties can tax the brain of the most professional event planner
Poke bars have been all the rage in the last few years with numerous casual versions opening in the West End. However, very few offer a premium experience; the one that really stands out is Black Roe in Mayfair
Gastropubs can be very hit and miss at times with menus promising plenty but delivering very little; however, at Duke of Clarence, their revamped menu is a box office hit with the locals with a menu filled with well-sourced British seasonal ingredients
Entering Essence Cuisine in Shoreditch is akin to a walk on Mars; it takes time to acclimatise to the otherworldly surroundings. The predominant colour you will see is silver, as if you were entering a spaceship
Considering the enduring popularity of Asian food on the London dining scene, it is somewhat of a surprise not to see more dumpling restaurants appearing on our high streets and markets
Sophistication and pubs/bars are not generally comfortable bedfellows, but an excellent example of how this could work is in evidence at The Alfred Tennyson in Belgravia.
When you think of Egyptian cuisine, fine dining doesn't necessarily spring immediately to mind, but a visit to the aptly named Alexandrie restaurant in Kensington might change your perception of what this little-known cuisine can offer
The popularity of dim sum outside of the Chinatown bubble has been steadily increasing in the last decade thanks in part to the diversification of Londoners' palates and the rebranding of the offering to appeal to a wider audience