Treat yourself to a wonderful afternoon tea at The Lanesborough
Bloomsbury just got itself a very stylish seafood restaurant - we went to see what Brett Redman and Margaret Crow have done with Neptune at The Principal on Russell Square.
London's newest stylish hotel, L'oscar (read our story on its opening here) has opened for business in Holborn. And running the food side of things is Tony Fleming - who picked up a Michelin star at Angler in the South Place Hotel. With the hotel's all-day spot Cafe 'Oscar already open and the main restaurant The Baptist Grill
This hidden St James gem has been around since before World War II, but with a new cocktail list and bar menu it should attract a slew of new fans.
The Hotel Cafe Royal has created a brand new first-floor restaurant - and has recruited French chef Laurent Tourondel (who's big in the States) to look after it.
As Ollie Dabbous focuses his attention on his new restaurant Hide, the boutique hotel where he ran Henrietta will now be opening a more informal restaurant with the former Head Chef of Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels at the helm.
Having closed The Richmond in Hackney, Brett Redman and Margaret Crow are back in the seafood game with their new restaurant at the swanky Principal Hotel London on Russell Square.
Three Michelin-starred chef Heinz Beck is back in London and this time he's opened a more casual restaurant at Brown's in the heart of Mayfair
If your day needs something seriously sugary to kickstart it, then head over to this new East London hotel where the all day cafe is serving up cereal cocktails and crazy shakes.
We make a return visit to Jason Atherton's Fitzrovia hotel restuarant to try out some new seasonal dishes
Holborn's credentials as a dining destination just got a boost with the news that L'oscar London is opening with a Michelin-starred chef in the restaurant and an all day cafe planned too.
He may have a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Rome, but chef Heinz Beck's plans for his new Mayfair restaurant at Brown's Hotel are more casual - with British produce supplying the additional wow factor.
You've got to hand it to Marcus Wareing - that man does not like to stand still. His latest idea combines the introduction of a new lunch menu at his two Michelin-starred restaurant at The Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge with food from his own farmstead Melfort Farm.
In particular, Wareing has shifted the spotlight on to other key members of his kitchen. The new menu is supposed to showcase "the personality and talent of each of its five most senior
Nearly 150 years ago, Auguste Kettner opened Kettner’s, which was one of the first restaurants in London to serve French food. Now after a brief lull, it’s reopening with more French food, bath loads of Champagne and looking more gorgeous than ever. Eyes peeled for the stunning 18th century spiral staircase...
London has an entirely new cocktail experience you're going to want to try - bring your friends
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