Bars & Restaurants

Prima Italiana in Mayfair

April 11, 2012

If you conjure up an image of traditional Italian dining, you might visualise red checkered table cloths, huge canvases of the Roman coliseum, and giant peppercorn mills standing by pots of shaved [read more]

Celebrate A Decade of Ceviche At Gaucho

April 4, 2012

Spring is perfect for light, fresh food full of flavour and since sushi opened our palates (and heads) to the idea that raw fish could be tasty, South American dish ceviche has become increasingly [read more]

Not All Macarons Were Born Equal

March 27, 2012

If you haven’t realised by now, the French macaron is the new cupcake. And why not, they are delicate, pretty, sophisticated and you can choose from an array of colours and flavours to match [read more]

Indulge in Pan-Asian Cuisine at Tamarai

June 1, 2011

Hidden between The War Horse Theatre and an Indian restaurant in Drury Lane is an incongruous doorway leading to what appears to be a nightclub. But at the end of a bleak corridor you’ll actually [read more]

Bonds at the Threadneedle Hotel

April 14, 2011

The city seems to be filled with exceptional restaurants hiding behind grand facades and in old buildings so I was surprised that I hadn’t discovered Bonds, in the boutique Threadneedle Hotel [read more]
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