Restaurants | Fitzrovia

Salt Yard An intimate and contemporary tapas spot drawing on Spanish and Italian flavours, tucked in the heart of Fitzrovia. From the group who opened Dehesa, Ember Yard and Opera Tavern.

Features | London

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Things To Do | Chelsea

Take A Stroll Along Albert Bridge One of London’s most beautiful spots for a walk.

Food & Drink | Haggerston

The Fox E8 The Fox E8 is currently closed as the upstairs is being turned into flats. They hope to return by the end of 2019. Watch this space….

Restaurants | Spitalfields

Gunpowder A Bengali restaurant in Spitalfields featuring bare brick walls, ‘80s school seating and some of the most delicious Indian cooking in London….

Bars | Shoreditch

Bull in a China Shop Whisky bars. Aside from being a huge, unexploited business opportunity for Cadburys, they’re also one of the world’s most popular niche drinking dens, which makes producing a truly great one all the more difficult.

Restaurants | Mayfair

Le Gavroche The first UK restaurant to earn one Michelin Star. And the first to earn two Michelin stars. And the first to earn three Michelin Stars.

Restaurants | Soho

Yauatcha It’s all about the dim sum here, and there’s a brain-boggling assortment of dumplings, buns, puffs, rolls, noodles, rices, soups and salads on offer.

Restaurants | Soho

Andrew Edmunds The calendar factory. It’s the ultimate date spot. But if you can’t get in, go to Andrew Edmunds – an old school Soho restaurant overflowing with both stories and charm.

Bars | Shoreditch

The Gibson Jazz lounge speakeasy The Gibson seeeems to have travelled from the American 1930s to modern-day London, making itself at home ever since.

Restaurants | Soho

Polpo Soho An intimate, rustic Venetian restaurant with a subterranean Campari bar.

Restaurants | Soho

Bocca Di Lupo This is probably the finest regional Italian restaurant in London. Or even Italy.