Forget the dreary weather and fill your boots instead. From the coolest sake pop-ups to weekend brunches and the best new openings, discover the top 25 ways to dine in London right now.
Entirely plant-based, Icelandic chef Solla Eiríksdóttir’s vegan burgers with root vegetable fries make a delectably filling feast.
An atmospheric restaurant in the heart of Blackheath Village, writer Giverny Masso takes pen to plate when she visits Copper & Ink to try its monthly changing menu.
Fruity and fragrant – finish a feast with these speedy chocolate pear crumbles for just the right amount of decadence.
This autumn, whip up a feast with Liam Dillon’s delicious duo of autumnal recipes (and find out what keeps him inspired with our five minute chef session)
Sophie Ritchie tries out lunch at MeeT, the Vancouver restaurant group putting a little va va voom in vegan food.
One of London’s hidden little treasures; discover some of the most authentic Indian dishes at Salaam Namaste, says Kellie Erm.
One of Scotland’s most respected chefs, The Wordrobe meets Stevie McLaughlin, Head Chef at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie.
Chef Bruce Rennie shares his recipe for a moreish monkfish with monkfish liver, Vindaloo spices, pickled shallots and quince.
The Wordrobe talks going it alone and the supreme importance of ingredients with Bruce Rennie of The Shore, Cornwall.
Perfect for those who enjoy the finer things in life, L’oscar hotel is launching an exciting Sip & Savour Society.
These ice cream pops from Linda Lomelino are almost like eating chocolate pudding on a stick.
Sophie Ritchie leaves her suitcase at home and takes 108 Brasserie’s new global-inspired menu for a tastebud trip instead.
Try this summery fine dining dessert courtesy of Jessica Préalpato, pastry chef at Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée restaurant and recent World’s Best Pastry Chef 2019 winner.
We speak with Matthieu Hervé to find out more about his innovative approach to food and why he thinks a “traditional yet original!”cooking style is the secret to culinary success.
“It’s more than just creating beautiful pastries – it’s also about creating a real story…
Dale Pinnock’s tuna carpaccio with orange dressing is a great little starter for a summer’s day.
Craving something sweet? Daniel Wilson’s mandarin crème brûlée has all the answers.
Say it loud and sip it proud with The Wordrobe’s pick of London’s coolest cocktails, special menus and parties to celebrate Pride in London 2019.
Praised for her high energy and innovative Mexican cuisine, New York-based Daniela Soto-Innes has been voted World’s Best Female Chef 2019 ahead of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in Singapore on 25 June.