Putting with swish in Swiss, Helen Wilcock visits Heritage in Soho for a night of gourmet gut-busting cuisine.
Looking for the best things to try in London this week? Whet your appetite with The Wordrobe’s gourmet guide to the city’s coolest new happenings.
From new openings and stylish cocktails to the best of the brunches, fill your diary (and stomach) with our top 25.
Hold on to your Plates – Kirk Haworth’s Aussie-inspired menu with Daisy Green Collection is both wholesome and vibrant, says Editor Sophie Ritchie.
One of London’s hidden little treasures; discover some of the most authentic Indian dishes at Salaam Namaste, says Kellie Erm.
Emma Blunt sips her way through Soho during a night of Italian aperitivo education with Cocchi.
Avant-garde Asian, anyone? Sophie Ritchie gets her fusion five-a-day with a visit to Sticky Mango, the buzzy restaurant serving up stylish South Asian flavours.
Emma Blunt spills the tea on Devonshire Club’s new afternoon tea offering with a spice-inspired…
Have your cake and eat it too. From the city’s most indulgent spreads to vegan delights, here’s where to find London’s best afternoon tea week experiences.
Join founders James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy for a one-off night of feasting to celebrate Pidgin’s 4th birthday in Hackney this August.
Perfect for those who enjoy the finer things in life, L’oscar hotel is launching an exciting Sip & Savour Society.
Sophie Ritchie leaves her suitcase at home and takes 108 Brasserie’s new global-inspired menu for a tastebud trip instead.
Editor Sophie Ritchie heads to Notting Hill for a relaxing night of ‘Hansom’ cuisine at sunshine-soaked Pomona’s.
Bottomless booze, contemporary tunes and enough pancake toppings for a weekend-long sugar high – Sophie Ritchie plates up at W London to try The Perception’s stylish Saturday Frosé Brunch.
Celina Brar sinks her teeth into some of London’s suavest steak at STK London.
“It’s more than just creating beautiful pastries – it’s also about creating a real story…
From boozy brunches to treats high in the sky, discover The Wordrobe’s top picks of fun and foodie happenings to keep every father feeling like the favourite this Father’s Day.
‘Seas the day’ – Glass Boat’s new dining experience will have you sailing the River Thames with a wave of excitement, says Emma Blunt.
The first new restaurant at the hotel in more than 109 years, here’s everything you need to know about The Goring’s new eatery with a menu courtesy of the seafood king himself, Nathan Outlaw.
Inspired by the flavours and produce of Norfolk, join top chefs Tom Aikens and Nigel Mendham for a tasting menu filled with East Anglian opulence.
Helen Wilcock heads to BAO + BURGER + BEER for a meal focused around London’s favourite street food.