Sophie Thompson indulges with seven courses of seasonal mouthfuls at Olive Tree in Bath.
It’s hard not to love this dessert. Cakes made with oil have an intriguingly different texture from those made with butter, and the celery leaves add a refreshing note alongside the white chocolate ice cream.
Whether you’re basking in a heatwave or hiding away from the drizzle, Dalloway Terrace in Bloomsbury will never go out of fashion. Sophie Ritchie pays a visit to sample flavours of summer at the flower-filled restaurant.
This is a simple salad of magnificent Spring Bay scallops from the pristine waters off Tasmania.
The Wordrobe speaks with Giorgio Locatelli to find out about how he celebrated his Michelin star and why a hardworking attitude is essential to success.
This is a lovely light dish that oozes sunny flavours – perfect for al fresco entertaining.
Healthy red velvet cake? Miracles do exist.
In the heart of Notting Hill, The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie sinks her into teeth into the gourmet Golden State.
“This combination is a little fancy and a bit unusual but it all works really well together.”
We spend an evening at this tucked away South Kensington restaurant for a mouth-watering Mediterranean meal.
Deeply caramelised, crisp puff pastry and fluffy clouds of whipped ricotta make a comely base for an array of tempting toppings.
Fresh and bursting with power-packed ingredients – meet your favourite new salad.
Ready for some gourmet girl power? Aster is welcoming two of the UK’s most accomplished chefs – Sally Clarke and Angela Hartnett – to the critically acclaimed Nordic-French restaurant.
Grecian goodness – dig in to this fennel, artichoke and broad bean salad.
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.
The Wordrobe visits May Fair Kitchen for a lunch that’s just as stylish as it is sumptuous
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
If I was stuck on a desert island for the rest of my days and…