4/5 stars: Bo London might leave your wallet a tad lighter but it’s worth it to experience a restaurant which really does live up to the hype. Read more.
3/5 stars: Primrose Hill’s newest brasserie the Greenberry Cafe offers welcome relief from the cupcake-stuffed cafes of the area – as well as some decent food. Read more.
2/5 stars: Edwin’s French Wine Bar tries hard to replicate the charm of its French counterpart, but its fare is hit and miss at best. Read more.
4/5 stars: The fourth outpost from the purveyor of the quality British steakhouse doesn’t put a foot wrong. Read more.
3/5 stars: WHEEEEEE! The glass lift, as thrilling for this grown-up as anything by Roald Dahl, whisks us up the new Heron Tower, above a city sprawling sexily beneath us. Read more.
4/5 stars: Lardo has legs: when the novelty-seekers have moved on, it will still be here making nouveau middle-class Hackney’s denizens happy. Read more.
2/3 stars: There’s a whole lot of love out there for Tramshed, Mark Hix’s new… oops, I nearly called it a concept. I’d say that’s down to two main factors Read more.
4/5 stars: The best ramen is all about the stock, made from slow-simmered pork or chicken bones (hence that name), and there’s a slurp-to-the-bottom-of-the-bowl richness Read more.
3/5 stars: Zolio is a popular spot with plenty of delicious Argentinian cuisine, but its inattentive staff let the whole thing down. Read more.
2/3 stars: I used to adore the Fulham Broadway branch of Blue Elephant. But then I used to be a poverty-stricken aficionado of high camp. Read more.
3/5 stars: Before we even order in this curious new Russian-themed restaurant, we’re given enough carbohydrates to make an Atkins adherent faint clean away. Read more.
4/5 stars: Much of the food has an Asian/Middle Eastern flavour, probably because the original owners, brothers Michael and Adrian Daniel, are Indo-Iraqi-Jewish, which means lots of spicing Read more.
4/5 stars: Perkin Reveller may not be an obvious destination when eating out, but Londoners should definitely give it a try. A faultlessly executed lunch kicks off with a simple but effective Read more.
4/5 stars: Argentine chef and owner Daniel Veron has been manning grills for an improbable number of years. He’s downsized into this tiny, black and red dining room... Read more.
4/5 stars - No matter how much our British restaurant scene congratulates itself on no longer being the laughing stock of Europe – the world? – the truth is, Read more.
The Red Riding House Café is decked out so brilliantly that you just have to enjoy its glamour - don't expect the food to reach the same standard though. Read more.
Dinner By Heston Blumenthal is undeniably beautiful and operates smoothly but the historical provenance may fail to convince you. Metro gave it 3 out of 5 stars Read more.
A small but sexy wine list, together with a regularly changing, equally succinct food menu means this Tapas and sherry bar contains some genuine foodie thrills. Metro gave it 4 out of 5 stars. Read more.
Cedric and Claude Bosi just miss the mark with their gastropub Fox And Grapes, which needs more of their Gallic charm. We gave it 3 out of 5 stars. Read more.
The new Cantinetta in Putney features charming, engaged and knowledgeable service. We gave it 3 out of 5 stars. Read more.
Spice Market is just another formulaic restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. We gave it 2 out of 5 stars. Read more.
Grand Imperial offers a taste of the real deal, especially at lunchtime, just be careful with the seafood section or you could be looking at a bill the size of The New Territories. Three stars. Read more.
With Mark Broadbent, star of BBC2’s Great British Menu on board, the food at Eighty-Six is mostly better than you’d expect in these overheated surroundings. We gave it 3 out of 5 stars. Read more.
The new Inamo St James in Piccadilly Circus feels like the novelty has worn off for this high concept, dull food restaurant. We gave it 2 out of 5 stars Read more.
Chabrot Bistrot d’Amis is a restaurant where everything from the bread and butter and beyond is thoughtful. We gave it 4 out of 5 stars Read more.
Unless you're 19, the drinks and atmosphere of Foundation Bar in London's Covent Garden probably won't cut it for you. Read more.
5 Pollen St is a curiously old-fashioned Italian restaurant - with prices designed to keep out the hoi polloi. We gave it 2 out of 5 stars Read more.