Clapham is an area I frequent often and one of the reasons is the high density of top quality restaurants on offer, in particular, the Old Town area
Weekend brunches are notorious for offering quantity over quality because typically it is the unlimited imbibing that sells
The wonderful team at Salt Yard group does seem to have the midas touch these days. The fifth addition to their group, Veneta is a sparkling addition
I would be one of the first to admit American brunches frighten me. Gigantic portions, exaggerated flavours, greasy food comes to mind
At Townfish, we love supporting local, independent businesses, so there was no hesitation when we were invited down for a business meeting at Brother Marcus in Balham
We love weekend brunches as much as every other Londoner does. It is a chance to have a unrushed meal to enjoy top quality relaxed food and catch up with friends and family
If you want to know why some of the highest house prices are in Islington, you just need to talk a stroll down Upper Street to see all the polished dining establishments and boutique shops on the high street
If you are looking for an informal yet stylish option to dine whether it is brunch or a late night dinner in Camden, look no further than Atrium Kitchen.
There's no better place in London to kick off the weekend on a hot summer's day than at Granary Square. The square has been part of a major redevelopment in Kings Cross that was once an underused industrial wasteland that has since transformed into a trendy area full of bars and restaurants.
If you are looking for a leisurely weekend brunch, there are a multitude of options in London, but few are as well located as the Prince Albert.
Walking around Battersea and Clapham Junction area, you can't help but notice the abundance of our antipodean cousins populating the area whether it is local residents or in the coffee shops and restaurants.
I don't normally start off a review with an obituary, but the recent passing of Prady Balan reminds us of the tremendous work he has contributed to the restaurant scene in London and across the world.
Forget the racism row in Hollywood, the real scandal was Michelin not being able to find any executive female chefs worthy of a Michelin star in France for their 2016 edition. It is still very hard to break into the very male dominated world of the restaurant kitchen these days.