Seasonal food with a sexy twist – Justine O’Connell indulges with an evening at Isaac At in Brighton.
The Wordrobe’s Feature Writer Justine O’Connell enjoys a night of mouth-watering musical magic at 100 Wardour Street in Soho.
Dan Splarn digs in the pop-up that packs a serious punch at The BBQ Club, Southbank.
The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie visits this contemporary Cornwall hideaway for lunch straight out of a Bond film.
Helen Wilcock digs into flavours of the East with a meal at Royal China Queensway.
Georgie Clarke tastes a fusion of Asian and South American flavours from Avenue’s explosive new menu.
Ever tried eating yoghurt for lunch before? The Wordrobe makes a pitstop at Mandira for a dairy-dense feast.
Dan Splarn digs into pub grub with a gourmet edge at Lady Abercorn’s, the newest addition to Andaz London Liverpool Street.
In the heart of Notting Hill, The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie sinks her into teeth into the gourmet Golden State.
We spend an evening at this tucked away South Kensington restaurant for a mouth-watering Mediterranean meal.
“Deliciously indulgent food, opulent interiors and a view worth getting sunburnt for.”
We discover our favourite new location for a meal on the move – Farmstand, the fast casual eatery found in the heart of Covent Garden.
It’s not everyday that you dine in the same spot that everyone from Rihanna to Bar Refaeli has frequented – but as we discover, in Mayfair’s Novikov, anything is possible.
We take St James Hotel & Club’s wellness breakfast for a taste drive
We try lunch at The MaE Deli for a meal that tastes every bit as good at its Instagram photos suggest
The Wordrobe visits May Fair Kitchen for a lunch that’s just as stylish as it is sumptuous
Soho may already be brimming with delicious street food eateries but it’s only recently acquired the flavours of Russian cuisine with the opening of Russian chef Alexei Zimin’s restaurant – Zima
Classically elegant with old school interiors and slick service – we pay a visit to Margot in Covent Garden for Sunday brunch with an Italian twist
I dig into authentically moreish flavours of the Amalfi coast at this stylish Marylebone restaurant
It’s no secret that the raw food movement is on the rise, especially in London – and Rawligion, a fast-casual restaurant based on Tottenham Street, aims to continue the revolution