A new City branch for the Argentinian steak specialist, with added cocktails and killer desserts…
Step back into the Georgian age with some classic British cooking at this wine bar, bakery and restaurant just round the corner from Smithfield Market. No wonder the meat’s good.
As you walk along Brick Lane you get invited to eat at many restaurants. But are those deals all that they’re cracked up to be?
Sometimes in Farringdon you want cocktails with some foodie nibbles on the side. This is where Cicada steps in.
Head chef John Torode offers a menu of ‘simple food from simple ingredients’.
Brazilian cuisine – not for slimmers – makes for an atmospheric dining experience in Bethnal Green, with live music on the weekends.
You really have to know where you’re going to find it – down a most unlikely street, opposite the vast blank wall of a cash-and-carry.
Tucked away in a tiny courtyard two minutes from the main Brick Lane drag, this Lebanese seems a world away.
An authentic Mexican restaurant with tequilas to match on Bethnal Green Road.
A sophisticated oasis in Clerkenwell sporting uncluttered decor, sizeable windows and exposed brick.