Whilst Vauxhall does have plenty to offer, it's never been known as a centre for culinary excellence, fine dining or corporate parties, but that was probably because hardly anyone has ventured into the imposing St George Wharf with the vast expense of highly priced apartment blocks
Most fans of Chinese food will be aware of the granddaddy of Chinese restaurants, Golden Dragon which has been around for a number of years on Gerrard Street, Chinatown
If you were asked what's your culinary highlight of Elephant and Castle, most people would struggle to name any; but fear not, there is a shining beacon of light that has recently arrived on the scene in the form of Paladar.
For the Italian cuisine cognoscenti, they know that all the best pasta chefs come from the region of Emilia Romagna
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
Northbank isn't the easiest restaurant to locate, being tucked away underneath the Millenium Bridge on the St Paul's side. However, this is one hidden gem worth tracking down for countless reasons.
Some venues are geared towards celebrations because they are a unique experience, they offer an exquisite environment. London Shell Co definitely falls into that category
There is an effortless charm with everything associated with Ember, a pan Asian fusion bar and dining establishment in Monument
When a venue promises to be a 'department of dining', your immediate reaction might be are they going to be a Jack of all trades and master of none
Wright Brothers Soho is a must-visit restaurant for all seafood lovers. Apart from owning restaurants, Wright Brothers are wholesale suppliers to over 200 of the city's finest restaurants
Kurobuta might be Tony Blair's local Japanese being in close proximity to Connaught Square. Luckily for Mr Blair, he has one of the tastiest Japanese restaurant near his residence
Restaurant reviews often talk about letting the ingredients speak for themselves in dishes, but if you want to know what that really means, a visit to QP LDN is highly recommended
You might wonder why Peruvian cuisine has been all the rage in the last few years. A quick visit to Lima Floral in Covent Garden might answer that question
Sometimes you have to grudgingly admit the Americans do have a better idea of how to do things, such as running a restaurant and hospitality in general
Town House at The Kensington has always had a special place in our hearts and having not visited them for a considerable amount of time, it was time to make a return to check out their seasonal menu updates and revisit the old English Town House charms of the restaurant.
The guys from Mussel Men have been extremely popular on the street food circuit and have been enchanting Londoners
It just makes perfect synergistic sense for a healthy supermarket giant like Whole Foods to combine with a Japanese culinary expert like Genji to open up a restaurant like Sushi and Robata
Kingly Court in Soho is rapidly turning into a must-go area for all self-respecting food lovers. The first floor used to be for boutique clothing shops, but has been overtaken by an array of exciting dining choices.
Few town centres these days still retain that quaint, village feel of a traditional British high street; Wimbledon village being one of them.
Upper Street, Islington must have one of the highest restaurant density per square mile in London, so it really is making a statement to say Galley is one of the brightest new stars to shine on this populated stretch of London.
It is a sign of quality assurance when you visit a Thai restaurant in London and they have branches in Thailand, across the globe and now six branches in London.
Given fish and chips is one of our national dishes, it is somewhat surprising when you ask your friends when was the last time they enjoyed this national delight: the answer is mostly I don't remember.
The insatiable appetite for bottomless brunches in London is showing no signs of abating. However, with the vast array of choices, it may sometimes be hard to find one which offers genuine value for money which is matched by an unerring dedication to the quality of their food. Step forward OXBO Bankside.
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.
This is London… of course there’s plenty more fish (and chip shops) in the sea but… very few even come close to Stoke Newington’s ‘Sutton and Sons’- a blissful exercise in perfect batter and classic seafood dishes.