Simpson’s in the Strand is very much an institution that has stood the test of time. It has been opened since 1828 and has rightful claims to 'British classics perfected since 1828'
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
If you have walked past the site of Westminster Kitchen on the Southbank, you will know it has been an incredibly quiet sushi restaurant for a number of years
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
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
It is a surprise when you stroll into Butlers Wharf Chop House to find it has been around for 23 years. Sure it must have had some refurbishment over the years but it could easily have been a restaurant that has just opened last month.
The Geronimo Inns are rapidly developing a reputation for delivering high quality gastropubs. From the Builders Arms in Chelsea to the Bull in Westfield, they are all renowned for attentive service, exciting food offerings and comfortable settings.
The most mentioned words on restaurant websites are probably "finest seasonal ingredients". These often abused words have little meaning these days. Luckily my faith has been restored with a recent visit to the Indigo restaurant at One Aldwych hotel.
If your looking for an exceptional fine dining experience but prefer relaxed surroundings, friendly easy-going staff and affordable à la carte prices, then the award winning Sixty One is the restaurant to visit.