Niche in Islington is a restaurant we've admired very much at Townfish for a very long time. We love the fact they offer gluten-free dining but without any compromise in the taste and quality of their food
Gastropubs can be very hit and miss at times with menus promising plenty but delivering very little; however, at Duke of Clarence, their revamped menu is a box office hit with the locals with a menu filled with well-sourced British seasonal ingredients
Sophistication and pubs/bars are not generally comfortable bedfellows, but an excellent example of how this could work is in evidence at The Alfred Tennyson in Belgravia.
Leafy Balham isn't an area short on excellent pubs and when you approach The Devonshire on Balham High Street, it does appear like a typical neighbourhood pub
Here east at Hackney Wick might not be the most convenient location for Sunday brunches, but judging by the crowds of people visiting Shanes on Canalside and nearby restaurants, this is the place to visit for a relaxing, peaceful stroll and brunch on the weekends
It is a fitting touch that the new restaurant and bar, Arthur Hooper's in Borough Market has chosen their name to reflect the historic nature of their location
The remarkable thing about a restaurant reviewer is visiting parts of London, you would normally never encroach. If you didn't know Herne Hill was well into the gentrification process, you need to look no further than walking out from the train station
Niche is quite simply London's first Coeliac UK accredited 100% gluten free restaurant. There are many restaurants that cater for coeliacs but none that offers a full menu of gluten-free options
The line is ever-blurring between a gastropub and a restaurant in terms of the quality of their food offerings. Case in point is the recently refurbished The Fellow of King's Cross with their well executed contemporary British menu
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.
If you want to celebrate a special occasion, look no further than Lancaster London hotel, where they always make a tremendous effort to deliver a unique experience
Time and money has been well spent in revamping The Square Pig in Holborn. The pubs in that area of town do tend to be quaint and dated and it's a smart move to make The Square Pig stand out amongst the crowded market place
Having strolled past the elegant and refined exterior of 108 Brasserie on numerous occasions in Marylebone; I finally managed to book myself in to the restaurant to satiate my curiosity
It only seems like yesterday the famous Chelsea complex, Bluebird opened but in fact it has been around for over 20 years now
Londoners normally don't think of Farringdon as a particularly residential area, so it was to some surprise I found The Well full of satisfied diners on a Saturday lunch
Hatchett's Hotel and Coffee House was one of the most famous coaching inns in the 18th and 19th century in Piccadilly
It is easy to miss the restaurant part of The Globe Tavern, when you stroll into the action-packed area of Borough Market
There's no better place in London to kick off the weekend on a hot summer's day than at Granary Square. The square has been part of a major redevelopment in Kings Cross that was once an underused industrial wasteland that has since transformed into a trendy area full of bars and restaurants.
If you are looking for a classy yet quirky restaurant, Flora Indica is one to consider that delivers on both fronts.
Before you head towards the continent on the eurostar, you might wish to sample the best of what the British has to offer in terms of cuisine and craft beer
You might not have heard of Aaron Webster and Remi Williams, the fantastic chefs behind Smoke and salt
If you visit Jimmy's website, you will find that talented chef, Jimmy Garcia is a very busy man: corporate caterer, celebrity TV chef, pop-up restaurateur, wedding caterer and food writer.
Londoners seem to be bombarded with endless bottomless brunch offers but you have to wonder where are all the bottomless evening deals?
When you walk into The Alice House at Queen's Park, you might mistakenly assume you've walked into the lair of spiderman such is the network of filament lightbulbs and wires dangling from the ceiling.
There are many great venues to enjoy alfresco dining in London, but few are as authentic and exciting as Inn the Park.
If you are looking for a leisurely weekend brunch, there are a multitude of options in London, but few are as well located as the Prince Albert.
What is so admirable about Blades is they don't promise a multitude of dishes and being master of none, but instead focusing on a few key dishes and preparing them exceptionally well.
From the outset, you can see that 35 New Cavendish is cultivated and refined drinking and dining establishment
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.
Wringer and Mangle is one of those venues you just walk in and know you are in East London. It just wouldn't work in Central London
It's time to dispel the myth that everything has to be expensive at hotels. Yes, the mini-bar in your hotel room might be pricey, but there are always great value deals to be found.