It’s a handy enough place for breakfast or tea and coffee but we’re not sure it persuades as a lunch/dinner destination.
The Evening Standard critic is back from her hiatus and thrilled to discover a new Notting Hill restaurant.
New wine bar, WC, opens in 100-year-old subterranean listed loo.
The mittel-Europe food matches up to the extreme attention-to-detail décor at Fischer’s.
Exciting news for those up North as this ever-popular steakhouse steps outside of London.
He’s eaten in all 110 three Michelin star restaurants but finds some of the guide’s decisions ‘worryingly dubious’.
Michael Riemenschneider plans to relaunch his restaurant in Kensington/Chelsea in the next four-five weeks.
The Guardian critic enjoys his lunch at Toto’s surrounded by the Chanel handbags of the Ã¼ber-rich.
Does this means mere mortals might be able to bag a table at London’s hottest celeb haunt? Or will it be so over by then?
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