if you have not yet made out the trek out to pay a visit, you don’t know what you're missing. The staff dispense some of the best kept beer in the capital from an array of 16 hand pumps. Read more.
Rolling into town for the month of August is the Carnivore Club, which will be overhauling the restaurant’s menu once a week to offer meat-lovers all kinds of exotic meats. Read more.
Particular favourites are the “Nettle Gimlet” made with Beefeater Gin and homemade nettle cordial and “The Master At Arms” made with Myers rum, a port evaporation and homemade grenadine. Read more.
Set in a bright & breezy space w/ exposed brickwork, dark chocolate seating, large oak tables, & vintage mirrors, the 120-seat is open for business from midday - 11 p.m. for drinks, food & chit-chat. Read more.
Set to open in August above The Broadway Bar & Grill and Brasa, the exclusive new members club will offer 5,000-square feet for members to escape the riff-raff outside. Read more.
Situated in a converted pub, is harmless enough & the service is always refreshingly smiley If you're in the mood for a cocktail, try a perfectly made Daiquiri made with white rum Read more.
For just £19.50, championship geeks can indulge in Wimbledon-styled confectionary in the restaurant’s gorgeously-refurbished rooms. There’s even screens discreetly positioned throughout the room. Read more.
It’s all very grand and old-school, with white linen and a somewhat severe style of decor The menu is casual British fare, with a focus on sustainable, organic produce sourced from artisanal suppliers Read more.
Hotel du Vin has been around for quite some time as a place to sleep, but now the brand has come to the city as a place to eat, to. The perfect first-date restaurant. Read more.
However it is the list of cocktails on offer in Rhum Jungle, their dedicated rum bar, that makes me head there for a drink when only a shot of the rich dark spirit will do Read more.
Dads dine for free. ). Book a table for four people or more on 19th June, and you want have to pay a penny for the grub that dad orders so long as it’s from the two- or three-course Sunday lunch menu Read more.
Diners can expect low-carbs & even lower prices. There’s a small outdoor space at the back, should you want. Great for lunch hours, but even better for when you’ve got longer to linger Read more.
The list of Spanish wines and, of course, sherries, has been chosen by wine journalist Tim Atkin and contains some treasures that you will not find anywhere else in the capital. Read more.
Inside is styled Mad Men - think red sofas & bunny girl silhouettes & Hef’s new hangout comprises a cocktail bar, dining room, smoking lounge, barbershop, & casino. The bunny girls are back, too. Read more.
a city-based outpost of the country food chain; inside its Covent Garden branch is a cornucopia of colour, with gorgeous produce spilling out of buckets, bins and baskets Read more.
Because each week in this space, Simon Majumdar of Dos Hermanos will be letting you know what to order where (as well as what to avoid). Read more.
Throughout June, the popular West London venue is hosting a series of self-improvement sessions called The Paradise Guide to Life. Taking place every Monday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Read more.
Throwing open its shiny glass revolving doors in August, the 45-room hotel will comprise a restaurant (by none other than chef Wolfgang Puck), a destination bar, library & private media room. Read more.
But you don’t have to head out of London (God forbid) to indulge; celeb magnet Quaglino’s has recently introduced a lobster lunch to its menu for just £15, courtesy of head chef Darron Bunn. Read more.
It's a brash, noisy, American-style bowling alley with a surprisingly good cocktail bar. All Star Lanes will prove an interesting night out. Read more.
Wine-tasting experience where boozehounds are sampling no less than 8 glasses of delectably delicious wine. There’s even an on-site host to explain each & every tipple. Read more.
The Montcalm London City - Inside will be 235 rooms, a fully-equipped wellness centre, a slew of meeting/banqueting rooms, and an on-site bar, gastropub and restaurant. Read more.
The toppings in this pizza joint remain inventive (highly recommended is veal meatball, prosciutto, cream, & sage), while the crowd is less quiffs & brogues & more chinos & polo shirts. Read more.
David Collins definitely put his stamp on the bar, with a silver ceiling and art deco flourishes, but it is the list of Champagnes and cocktails that truly deserves all the attention. Read more.
The latest opening from Geronimo Inns, purveyors of posh pubs across London. Upstairs is a lovely dining room, with soft greys & dark wooden tables matched by a menu of classic Brit sharing plates. Read more.
If you’re after posh totty, look no further the former site of The Oratory. Think fricassee of frog’s legs and artichokes against a backdrop of Matisse originals and you’re on the right track. Read more.
Now opening its doors every Sunday from 12 - 3 PM for its truly indulgent Infinity Brunch menu with both hot & cold dishes. Read more.
Diners can expect classics such as battered cod, haddock, plaice & Pollock with thick, hand-cut chips & mushy peas in addition to less traditional options such as grilled fish & inventive side salads. Read more.
One of London’s drinking spots that deserves far more attention than it currently gets. It offers a range of excellent cocktails, including most of the classics and many created with a London theme. Read more.
We all love good Indian, this month chef Atul Kochhar is brigning his acclaimed fare to Meza, where the restaurant will kindly host a pop-up Benares from now until 28th May. Read more.
The shop is the brainchild of Mats Klingberg, who has transformed the 2-tiered locale into a space dedicated entirely to men’s style. Everything comes direct from Milan, & offers superstar quality. Read more.
Perfect drinking & dining den for decadent East Enders, its housed in the former site of The Tabernacle & is divided up between a bar on the 1st level, a restaurant to the side & a downstairs club. Read more.
Owner Russell Norman has branched out on his own & the result, quite frankly, is remarkable: a hole-in-the-wall that has cool, understated interiors & some of the best food in the city. Read more.
head up to the 2nd level with its booths and low lighting. There, the staff dispense well-made cocktails, like the house “Monte Cristo” made with Bacardi and Stone's Ginger Wine. Read more.
Masterpiece London is running between June 30 - July 5. The best thing about the affair is the dining options; visitors can enjoy fabulous fare from some of London’s best eateries. Tickets are £20. Read more.
The Century Club - celebrating its 10th anniversary - has opened a new brasserie to mark the occasion. the eatery is a casual space open for both lunch & dinner, with an organic grill menu. Read more.
The menu is designed to share with plates brought out as & when they’re ready; spread across grills, small plates, roomali rolls, biryanis & breads. Read more.
Signature dishes include yellowfin tuna carpaccio to start & fish pie with salmon, prawns, cod, haddock, & fresh summer herbs for the main. The drinks menu has us equally excited. Read more.
A new all-day dining destination set to open at the end of April. The menu itself will span the usual Chelsea fare, and will offer breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner to clients. Read more.
Opening April 28, it will comprise of 2 private dining areas & a bar stocked with genuine period gin bottles. The menu will be a thoroughly modern spin on dishes such as suckling pig & rabbit hot pot. Read more.
Brit chef Mark Hix is going Burger & Lobster-esque casual with his latest offering. The menu is serving just two things: steak and chicken. Oh, and a couple of changing starters and desserts. Read more.
This 30-cover shop/bistro comes after a successful pop-up late last year and offers no less than 25 award-winning bottles of bubbles paired with a rather refined menu of cheese. Read more.
The best bit is that the chaps behind the bar will custom-make you something, as they did with us. For cocktails and a scene, you can't get much cooler. Read more.
Try the steak burger, served with bearnaise sauce and enjoy the novelty of complimentary coffee -- we thought it only existed in movies. Read more.
The cocktail joint and casual gourmet eatery serves up classic Americana fare and is decorated New York-style, with whisky and craft beers, an in-house butcher to ensure meaty, upmarket fast food. Read more.
Now the same team behind Bistrotheque have added more cool to this old pumping station with a bar serving everything from prosecco to frozen margaritas. They're also dishing up £3 pizza slices Read more.
There's an all-day kitchen serving up Caravan's famous coffee, and the menu offers everything from oysters to pizzas -- our personal fave is the fried chicken, watermelon, pomegranate and chilli. Read more.
The pan-Asian resto has recently launched a dedicated chilli menu for spice-loving foodies. They use the world's hottest chillies in dishes such as monkfish and physalis jungle curry. Read more.
Opening early November & modelling itself on a 20th century European cabaret venue. With glitzy, glamorous interiors & a menu of revived retro cocktails, this opening may just have a shot of survival. Read more.
MASH will serve up premium steaks with Scandinavian flair. With a New York vibe running throughout, there'll also be a stand-alone bar with a separate menu, cocktails, craft beer, and a wine list. Read more.
Chrysan, a high-end Japanese that's got sharp-suited city workers flocking to Broadgate West for à la carte, set lunch and bento box menus served up with ceremony. Read more.
Think fabulous croque monsieurs and steak Dianes served up against a backdrop of vintage posters and dripping chandeliers, whether breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or night-night munch Read more.
There's both bitter and sweet in the cocktail list, as well as a super-generous happy hour to take the edge off(and a license until 3 a.m., there will be no edges left to take off after you're done). Read more.
Tucked away beneath an old cinema sign in a former Chinese takeaway, Ruby's peeled-paint walls, mismatched furniture and flickering candlelight make for a decadent drinking den indeed. Read more.
The jumped on the burger bandwagon with a 250-gram, 28-day aged beef monster, packed with bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato, then speared with a stack of onion rings & crowned with a foie gras slider. Read more.