★★★★ | The Halal Guys, London The restaurants in and around Leicester Square are there mostly to feed people on the way to the theatre, movies, clubs, or whatever. But there is a new guy[…]
The Swan is a fantastic restaurant in a convenient location offering great views, amazing value, delicious food in a superb and cosy environment.
★★★★★ | VIVI, London For those who remember Centrepoint 101 – the bar and restaurant on top of Centrepoint – 33 stories above ground – you’ll remember how great it was, more so the views[…]
★★★★ | BOWLS, Soho, London One of the tastiest, and fun, and coolest restaurants in Soho is not on the trendy streets of Old Compton Street or Dean Street, it’s on that walkway called St.[…]
★★★★★ | Iron Bloom, London Iron Bloom restaurant in Shoreditch is easy to walk right past, not knowing it’s there. Well, don’t walk past, go straight in! Iron Bloom, on Great Eastern Street, in one[…]
★★★★ | Tom, Dick & Harry’s, Loughton Tom, Dick & Harry’s are not people you work with, or people you went to school with or who met at the local pub last year. Tom, Dick[…]
★★★★★ | Old Compton Brasserie, Soho, London Old Compton Brasserie, in Soho, is in a space that’s been a bit of bad luck for previous tenants. Leon, the healthy food chain, lasted only a couple[…]
The best Sunday Roast deal in Central London, and perhaps in all of London, can be found at The Jones Family Kitchen and The Jones Family Project. But first things first.
★★★★★ | Wellbourne Brasserie, London There’s a hidden gem of a restaurant right at the doorstep of the old BBC studios in Shepherd’s Bush that’s still a bit undiscovered but well worth the effort to seek[…]
The menu at Delicatessen is just simply amazing. And while the prices aren’t cheap cheap, it’s the amount of food given that’s generous.
★★★★| The Allegory, London If you like your boozy brunches, then you’re going to love The Allegory. For 2 hours, (and £40 per person), you can drink four different types of alcoholic drinks while being[…]