With a prominent focus on Nigerian-inspired fine dining, Ikoyi in St James’s Market is one of London’s most exciting new restaurants.
Deep within The Dorchester, one of the world’s most prestigious hotels, Alain Ducasse’s flagship UK restaurant opened in 2007 and has held three Michelin stars since 2010. Continue reading
Alongside The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy, Tate Modern Restaurant is currently serving a new set menu with dishes inspired by Pablo Picasso. Continue reading
Contemporary fine dining that doesn’t disappoint, Gonzalo Luzarraga’s RIGO is one of west London’s most exciting new restaurants. Continue reading
“Fine dining is just a load of bollocks; don’t you think? When I eat out, I want to be filled-up with something hearty,” yapped an unfamiliar barber – oxymoronically complaining about Angela Hartnett’s recent suggestion that Brits aren’t a nation of foodies. Like a cat agitated by next door’s belligerent Pit bull, I instinctively arched … Continue reading
Within Gare de Lyon train station in Paris, Le Train Bleu epitomises a golden era of glamorous railway travel. Befitted with cavernous ceilings, grand frescoes, chandeliers and immaculately dressed waiters, the restaurant has been a fine dining institution since first opening in 1901. It’s also one of the most storied restaurants in Paris – arguably … Continue reading
Tired of Anglicised Chinese and Japanese food, Taiwanese cuisine has become big business in London. Always on the hunt for something new and exciting, the city’s food fanatics became obsessed with BAO when it opened its first permanent site in Soho a couple of years ago – and rightly so. Since then, Shing Tat Chung, … Continue reading