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.
The portions are small and à la carte, so you can put together a meal that fits with your cravings and appetite of the day–a nice change from the filling set menus that rule this town. Read more.
9th Best Restaurant in the world (2012)- ranking higher than Heston's original restaurant, The Fat Duck. Read more.
The Wolseley's ever-glam, eclectic space and the "beautiful people" crowd make for happy dining. Their decadent afternoon tea is one of the most stylish in town. Read more.
The best Argentinean restaurant in the city. It's also the perfect environment for a romantic night out or a great night with friends thanks to stunning interiors and impressive service... Read more.
Fillet of cod comes with Wiltshire truffles and sea veg. Sea buckthorn may also be on the dessert menu. Read more.
Listed as number 13 in the world’s 50 best restaurants with three hard-earned Michelin stars, L’Astrance is owned by one of the most creative, cutting-edge chefs in France, Pascal Barbot... Read more.
"Small plates are trendy, but are they any good? Our critic finds out at one of Soho's newest Italians..." Read more.
The entire menu is devoted to small-plate dining which means it keeps getting pigeon-holed as "Italian Tapas". Try the luganega, a thin Venetian sausage with nutmeg, cinnamon and clove. Read more.
In central Soho did Ottolenghi a stately pleasure dome decree. This place is perfect when you don’t want a fry-up and need some elbow room at breakfast time. Read more.
Upstairs they serve stripped back fancy British food (Michelin star chef we may add), but it's the bad-ass cocktails in the industrial, rock n roll style basement bar that you should go and check out. Read more.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill has spiffing native and rock oysters, best gulped down with shallot vinegar, and it’s a great pre or post theatre stop. Read more.
Bruno Loubet cooks real French food and his slow-cooked dishes are particularly fine. Try the lamb shank slow-cooked in olive oil and served with sweet lemon purée. Read more.
The Michelin-starred dining here is based on the best ingredients in the countryside. This may mean Berkshire truffles, or wild signal crayfish. Read more.
Noma tops World’s Best Restaurants list for a second year, serving a new kind of Nordic cuisine such as musk ox and smoked marrow, sea urchin and dill or beef cheek and pear. Read more: Read more.
Recommended: Foie gras, sweetbreads, wild-mushroom risotto, Dover sole, quenelles of pike, veal kidneys, braised oxtails, soufflés. Read more.
The gist of the menu: luxury bistro food; but this restaurant is gorgeous. Metro gave it 4 out of 5 Stars. Read more.
Just what has world famous chef Ferran Adrià been getting up to since closing his five-time world No.1 restaurant El Bulli? Well, his circus-themed tapas bar Tickets has been keeping him busy! Read more.