There are times when you visit a restaurant, you end up receiving more than just a culinary surprise. This was very much the case in point on our recent visit to 100 Kensington. It is situated at The Exhibitionist hotel, which is a boutique, luxury venue in South Kensington that also happens to be a modern art lover's paradise.
Having reviewed Ceru as a pop-up restaurant previously, it was an absolute delight to see they've opened up a permanent restaurant in the very posh area of South Kensington
Town House at The Kensington has always had a special place in our hearts and having not visited them for a considerable amount of time, it was time to make a return to check out their seasonal menu updates and revisit the old English Town House charms of the restaurant.
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
Osteria means an Italian restaurant, typically a simple or inexpensive one. However, at Osteria 60 it is neither simple nor inexpensive.
When selecting a location for a pre-show dinner, there's no better choice than within the venue itself, particularly when it sits inside one of the world’s most historic buildings. The venue in question is the Royal Albert Hall, which houses the charming Verdi Italian kitchen.
Restaurateurs in London would do well to pay Bombay Brasserie a visit and get a masterclass in restaurant longevity. They have been established since 1982 and a recent visit confirmed they are still one of the leading lights of the London culinary scene.
Nestled in the heart of South Kensington is a tiny gem of a restaurant, an authentic Japanese café and delicatessen promoting fresh produce and healthy eating named Tombo.