The best Christmas presents are the kind that are given to someone else, that you also get to take part in! Cue a full family outing to sample the winner of the UK Tea Guild’s Top London Afternoon Tea Award
After months of painstaking and extensive restoration, Crocker’s Folly has just reopened its doors in St John’s Wood, giving Londoners the chance to reacquaint themselves with this palatial pub-of-sorts, after a decade of abandon and a stint on the Victorian
The Sea Containers hotel opened on London’s South Bank is making quite a splash with its optimised-for-Instagram interior décor (thanks to the creative direction of design genius Tom Dixon) which nods to the building’s heritage with a host of nautical features… The
Newly opened 108 Brasserie is a special occasion kinda place. Somewhere you’d go to enjoy original and attractively presented dishes, served impeccably with a flourish, in a surrounding that oozes old school style and a lively ambience. I first pottered
When an email drops into your inbox with the opening line, “Novikov has just taken delivery of a fresh 118kg responsibly-sourced bluefin tuna…”, you clear your diary, find a fish-loving friend and get dressed up for an evening of Mayfair
sketch has the most fabulous interior – I’ve always loved it, and everyone I take there is most impressed. It’s like several venues all under one roof – these are the three zones that have all received the Have You
The original Boulestin was opened in 1927 by Frenchman Xavier Marcel Boulestin. The first TV cook, Boulestin’s restaurant became famous as the most expensive place to eat in all of England, and lived on until the end of last century.