Possibly the best service in town and the new oyster bar is divine. Read more.
Order a gimlet using Plymouth Royal Navy Strength Gin and ask one of the liveried barmen to demonstrate the “hard shake” while they make it. Prices for a cocktail at The Connaught Bar are not cheap. Read more.
With a mouthwatering menu of 6 p.m. delights like buttery scones, thick slabs of Victoria sponge, fish fingers & sausage rolls, tea-time here provides an elegant alternative to Soho's seedier haunts. Read more.
Probably 1 of the best-value set-lunch deals in London @ £16.95 for 3 courses of Michelin starred food using simple & cheap ingredients but are full of flavor and executed well. 60 wines by carafe too Read more.
Head for a table if you’re looking for a business or intimate ambiance, but otherwise the small sushi bar offers the best views in the house. Can't stay for a meal? Check out their takeaway next door. Read more.
probably one of the best Italian in London, could even do celeb spotting there Read more.
A cheese shop that goes above and beyond expectations. La Fromagerie comprises walk-in cheese rooms, and a kitchen producing homemade jam, bread and biscuits to take home or enjoy in its tasting café. Read more.
The deceptively simple decor reflects the menu - which is not huge, but the things they do they do very well. Being right next to Smithfields Market, the meat is superb - but the oysters and the home- Read more.
Hereford Road is a good place in Westbourne Grove for simple but tasty pared-down British food. While there were inconsistencies in our first meal there, we liked it & will give it another go. Read more.
Eat in Moro (recommend anything), buy the cook books, then go next door to Brindisa deli and buy the exquisite ingredients! Read more.
Crisp, soft, super-fresh and tasty, true to its name, it's the pizzas that you should head east for Read more.
Caravan is a charming little boutique that sells decorative homeware with an artsy bent - an ever-changing edit by owner and interior stylist Emily Chalmers. Read more.
This 150-year-old British heritage hero - then known for its true-blue underwear, now for its contemporary mix of casual-wear - rules when it comes to its iconic T-shirts and boxer shorts. Read more.
Aesop is no stranger to the skin of many a Wallpaper* staffer. Calming the harried souls of visitors stepping off the busy Shoreditch High Street thoroughfare, this branch stocks all our favourites. Read more.
Breakfast-to-go from the Albion’s bakery at the weekend is a must - the giant pastries are second to none – but be warned, there’s only one coffee machine – so prepare to queue. Read more.
The rooftop garden with an open fire and grill restaurant has uninterrupted, panoramic views across London and The Albion café and bakery on the ground floor serves the best traditional British grub Read more.
Fuelling the need for eccentricity in the home, the shop is charmingly stacked with goods such as French chandeliers, statues and bohemian glass lamps. Read more.
The JAMESPLUMB-designed boutique carries brands such as Caseley Hayford, O’Keeffe, and Curioser & Curioser within its razor-sharp style orbit. Read more.
The only independently owned gunmakers left in England. The specialist artisan workshop creates bespoke shotguns and rifles for pheasant and game hunting. Read more.
A hard space gallery rented directly to the likes of photographers and artists looking to put on their own agent-independent shows, this space used to be a former hat factory. Read more.
If you aren’t already aware of New Zealand’s claim to some of the world’s finest coffee shops, a cup of signature Redchurch blend at Allpress Espresso’s café is a must. Read more.
Speedie’s stocks retro furniture, wallpaper and collectables. Not an establishment for clutter-phobes, its deceptively small shop-front leads into a deep space crammed with finds... Read more.
It looks as good on the outside as it does on the inside (the draw of old traditional hardware favourites and newly-sourced goods is key here), so you’ll definitely want to come back for more. Read more.
The place does everything from homemade breakfast granola, to after-work evening tapas, but we dig the ‘creative salads’, which are invented on the premises in about five variants every morning. Read more.
The Cuming Museum tells the story of the Cuming family and Southwark history, from Roman times to today. On 23/07/11 it hosts Open Weekend Art Explosion Open day. Read more.
The FIVB Beach Volleyball International will take place at Horse Guards Parade in central London from 9 -14 August 2011. 54 matches will be played across the six days of competition. Read more.
Debbie Moore founded Pineapple in 1979 in an old pineapple warehouse. During Open Weekend 22-24 July you can take part in nearly 100 classes. Read more.