Personally, I am more of a restaurant kind of person than the type to frequent bars and pubs. Rowdy and crowded are words that spring to mind, but a recent visit to Archer Street was a complete breath of fresh air
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
You might be excused for thinking Brick Lane is all about Indian cuisine and nothing else, but there are a tremendous amount of other ethnic cuisines on offer in one of the most multicultural parts of London
The distillery which has opened in trendy Portobello Road in Notting Hill is a mecca for all gin lovers
The wonderful team at Salt Yard group does seem to have the midas touch these days. The fifth addition to their group, Veneta is a sparkling addition
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
Trendy, stylish, luxurious, these words have been lavished endlessly at the Andaz hotel in Liverpool Street.
The south end of Pavilion Road very close to Sloane Square station is turning into a hub for all food lovers with artisanal, independent shops opening, which include award winning butchers, Provenance and the wonderfully welcoming wine shop that is Pavilion wines.