East London’s restaurant of the moment, Gloria serves accomplished Italian comfort food in a riotously fun, over-the-top environment.
“At least this rain is very good for the grapes,” announces Olympia Rizzardi of Guerrieri Rizzardi, one of the producers featured in Ramada Hotels’ new red wine list.
ZELA – a restaurant backed by Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafael Nadal, Enrique Iglesias and NBA star Pau Gasol – serves a new, abominable Franken-cuisine.
Having operated for over 50 years, Mark Sargeant took over The Wife of Bath in Wye, Kent, and relaunched the venue as a modern Spanish restaurant.
Thought to have originated in northeast China around 2,000 years ago, kombucha is a fermented drink typically consisting of black tea and sugar – although the drink can also be made with green tea and with the addition of honey or various fruits.
With so much to love at breakfast, lunch and dinner, these assets contribute to St. JOHN’s unrivalled brilliance. A strong contender for the title of London’s best restaurant.
Local legend has it that marzipan was first made in Lübeck, possibly in response to a famine year, with the town having allegedly run out of food products, except from stored almonds and sugar.
Three Michelin-starred chef David Muñoz has brought his fine dining circus to London, launching StreetXO on Old Burlington Street, Mayfair.
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.