With restaurants in London opening and closing at the rate of knots, it takes real skill for a restaurant to exhibit any staying power
The Trading house is situated on the former site of the Bank of New Zealand, with splendid high ceilings, immaculately crafted wood-panelled walls and an assortment of curious eccentricities like a stuffed albino peacock
Summer is fast approaching and we will soon see a host of fantastic pop-ups appear around the City. First off the mark is "La Petite Provence" at The Folly.
Tasting menus are every food lover's dream but they can be very stale and soulless affairs in pompous dining rooms. Luckily the founder of Anglo, Mark Jarvis has delivered one of the most understated and accessible tasting menus around.
Galvin HOP is defined as a Pub Deluxe by their owners, but what does this mean? Is this the French definition of a gastropub?
Excellently positioned directly opposite St Pauls Cathedral, The Happenstance is a stylish bar & restaurant that boasts a bountiful deli, mixology table and florist, and invites you to "immerse yourself in a world of curiously good times & happy coincidences".