When you open a branch of your restaurant on the fashionable King's Road, you know you must be doing something right with your business plan. Sticks'n'Sushi's latest temple of worship for all sushi and yakitori lovers is right in the heart of Chelsea
How time flies, it only seemed yesterday I was in Victoria watching Billy Elliott the musical and struggling to find a pre-theatre dinner venue. Now Victoria has the hottest ticket in town, Hamilton and the Nova Complex with a dazzling plethora of dining options
It is a common misconception that diners assume the best restaurants are all in Zone 1 in Central London rather than experimenting with dining establishments which are further afield
You can really appreciate how far culinary menus have developed in the past few years when you walk into a Nikkei restaurant like Chotto Matte in Soho and actually salivate over their vegetarian tasting menu
There are numerous private member's clubs dotted throughout the city and one of the more popular ones is Devonshire Club in Liverpool Street
Buddha bar was first established in Paris in 1996 by visionary Raymond Visan. It was at the time a groundbreaking venue serving cutting edge Pan-Asian cuisine along with some of the funkiest house music you will find in town
Kikuchi has been somewhat of a hidden Japanese institution since 1998. It is situated in Hanway Street, a hidden alleyway behind Tottenham Court Road in close proximity to another culinary institution, Hakkasan
A recent visit to Murakami reminded me why Japanese cuisine is one of the most popular dining options amongst the food-loving general public
Sushi Shop: The French show us how it should be done in their conveniently located Marylebone branch
With a multitude of sushi options like Itsu, Wasabi and Yo! Sushi, do we genuinely need another sushi takeaway option in London?
At Townfish, we've reviewed numerous bottomless brunch offerings and we've also reviewed other branches of Tootoomoo, but when we saw that they've launched a bargain bottomless brunch offering
Most Londoners know of DSTRKT as an incredibly famous nightclub graced by A to Z list celebrities; however their restaurant is less well-known
The popularity of restaurants in London do vary as much as movements on the stock market, very few of them truly stand the test of time
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
To celebrate sakura (the cherry blossom festival in Japan), we headed down to esteemed fine dining restaurant, Sake no Hana to sample head chef, Hideki Hiwatashi's special sakura menu
The Asian fusion restaurant group that first launched in Soho in 2008 is still going strong with the latest branch of Inamo in Covent Garden with their groundbreaking interactive table ordering technology.
The combination of the words ‘theme’ and ‘restaurant’ would usually be enough to send most self-respecting gourmands running for the hills but, here in our funny old metropolis, there’s often an exception to any rule. Pond in Dalston is one such place- a homage to the Hawaiian dining craze sweeping across America, or from "across The Pond", and certainly no relation to the downmarket ‘tiki huts’ blighting the landscapes of suburbia.
Located within London's trendy Shoreditch area, on Appold St, K10 brings the highest quality of both ingredient and adventure to all lovers of Japanese cuisine.