A Chiringuito can mean an open-air restaurant or small shop and that is what its namesake has set out to deliver on a convenient corner of Bethnal Green next to the famous museum gardens
One of the most frequently asked questions as a restaurant reviewer is which restaurant is your favourite in London? One of the top choices I often answer with is Encant on Maiden Lane
Regular followers of Townfish will know we are massive supporters of cookery classes in London. There is nothing better than picking up life skills as well as savouring delicious cuisine cooked up by yourself
Cigala isn't in one of the flashiest parts of town; Bloomsbury has always been more discreet and serious, housing numerous legal and publishing firms
The distillery which has opened in trendy Portobello Road in Notting Hill is a mecca for all gin lovers
There are few hotels in central London as iconic and fashionable as the May Fair Hotel
Basque, Catalan and Iberian classic tapas dishes are no longer considered exotic these days in London with an abundance of tapas bars in all corners of the city
I rarely reference other diners in my restaurant reviews, but on our recent visit, there was a staff party for InStyle magazine, veteran rocker, Bryan May was dining in one corner of the room
The King & Co is a much-loved local pub for residents of Clapham. They have their popular events such as their hugely entertaining and funny quiz nights
The British haven't quite found the skill of beautifying concrete monoliths quite like other countries around the world like Singapore
With the multitude of Spanish tapas restaurants across London, you do wonder how new restaurants can bring an element of surprise to such a popular cuisine.
Omar Allibhoy has been called many things: the Spanish version of Jamie Oliver and the 'Antonio Banderas of cooking'.