Interesting and innovative cooking that won’t break the bank in Soho from Anthony Demetre and Will Smith.
The brasserie-inspired menu is designed to appeal to just the kind of people thronging round the bar.
Intimate and decadent without being stuffy or pretentious, this is a jewel on Charlotte Street.
A contemporary feel set out over three floors, with wooden floorboards, bright red walls, a funky wine cabinet and intimate white booths.
A basement wine bar in ’70s brutalist style embraces tradition in its name.
A top dim sum venue, perfectly placed for a pit stop during shopping, with excellent set menu deals.
All Bar One with a little more class, but little more character.
In business since 1926, London’s oldest Indian has a transformed dining space blending traditional features with sophistication.
Authentic Japanese food and furnishings attract weary shoppers to a spotlessly clean dining experience.
South American joint with seats upholstered in cow-skin – this is not a place to bring a vegetarian date.