For restaurants like Osteria, the location is both a blessing and a curse. Situated deep inside the brutalist movement headquarters that is the Barbican, they have a captive audience in terms of the throngs of concert and exhibition visitors that visit the venue daily
The marketing geniuses from The Town Hall Hotel who have brought the immersive experience, The Grift to the east end of London deserve plenty of kudos
In the hustle and bustle of London city life, sometimes it's a next to impossible task to find a quiet cul de sac for a discreet dinner and a glass of wine with your close friends
When I read that a new brasserie, Jules was opening in Putney which is independent and accessible, it was a cause for celebration at Townfish HQ
Finding serenity amidst the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street is no mean feat, but if you are looking for an elegant, discreet dining venue, you could do a lot worst than visiting Hunter 486
The Petite Corée sets itself out as a friendly neighbourhood restaurant in West Hampstead and it's hard to disagree when you visit their simple, yet clean website and also when you arrive in person.