April 12 is so close we can almost taste it. With the arrival of ‘better times’ almost upon us, get ready to whet your appetite with our pick of London’s best outdoor restaurants.
Editor Sophie Ritchie takes a trip to London’s ‘Garden of Eating’ for a night of fine dining above the city at Fenchurch Restaurant.
Urban paradise awaits. Launching this July, discover The Mandrake Hotel’s brand new cabana experience.
Sophie Ritchie visits by CHLOE. for an evening of fast food with a chic and health conscious edge.
Spring and its coveted sunshine might be late to the party, but Daisy Green Collection’s new dishes bring the Australian heat straight to plates of hungry Londoners.
Editor Sophie Ritchie visits Sussex in Soho for a Sunday lunch session filled with hearty fare and seasonal ingredients.
Writer Jessica Goldstein enjoys a bite with a bang at The Gunmakers in Marylebone.
Pierce Aungier pays a visit to Emilia’s Crafted Pasta for a carb-fuelled lunch in St Katharine Docks.
Ideal for restoring energy levels after a long day of shopping, writer Giverny Masso takes Copper Chimney in Westfield London for a taste drive.
Serving up authentic Italian dishes as far as the eye can see, writer Helen Wilcock enjoys a night of lip-smacking dishes at Enoteca Rabezzana in Barbican.
Helen Wilcock gets a dose of authentic Korean barbecue when she visits Yanji, an inconspicuous DIY restaurant tucked away in colourful Shoreditch.
Dine in style for London Fashion Week (13 – 17 September 2019) with The Wordrobe’s pick of the city’s most covetable cocktails, menus & mouthfuls.
One of London’s hidden little treasures; discover some of the most authentic Indian dishes at Salaam Namaste, says Kellie Erm.
Helen Wilcock gets her protein intake for the week with a visit to The London Steakhouse Co in Chelsea.
Sophie Ritchie leaves her suitcase at home and takes 108 Brasserie’s new global-inspired menu for a tastebud trip instead.
Naomi Williams devours dim sum at Orient London, the Chinatown restaurant specialising in Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine.
‘Seas the day’ – Glass Boat’s new dining experience will have you sailing the River Thames with a wave of excitement, says Emma Blunt.
Editor Sophie Ritchie tries lunch at Café Forty One, the Queensway venue giving a vegan revamp to classic patisseries.
Classic, calm and full of charm. Naomi Williams takes Roast’s new breakfast menu for a taste drive.
Fresh, filling and not a hay bale in sight – Sophie Ritchie visits Farmer J for a natural bite in the heart of the concentre jungle.