Classic Venetian cooking and an oasis of calm near the Rialto.
Author Archive | Helen Wright
It’s worth a trip to Murano to sample the excellent cooking at this new kid on the block (or rather canal).
Take yourself back to the glamour of the 1930s with great French brasserie food that won’t break the bank.
Choose a good day and relax in the sublime garden, sippling a Bellini and looking across to the 11th Century cathedral.
Giorgio Locatelli’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Marylebone lives up to its enviable reputation.
A Parisian-style brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden hits the spot without breaking the bank.
Villandry is more than just a restaurant – also a bakery, deli and informal bar close to Regent’s Park.
The waiting staff are courteous, the food is good and the prices are rock bottom for current Rome – can this really be Piazza Navona?
Great food, friendly service and a haven of peace right near Piazza Venezia in the heart of Rome
The type of restaurant that, once again, makes you ask yourself why you don’t live in Rome.