Revisiting an absolute classic – does the Spaniards still live up to its historic reputation?
London’s first permanent pop-up restaurant featuring a series of monthly chef residencies – and more besides.
Weird and wonderful beers and some Masterchef cooking. Even non-beer drinkers could be tempted by the gourmet pizzas and burgers.
On first looks, it could easily be mistaken for a drinking hole, but once you venture in, the welcome is warm and enthusiastic.
If you lead a busy lifestyle, the speedy efficiency of Masala Zone could tickle your fancy.
A little Moroccan grotto of delight on Crouch Hill, the smell of shisha greets you at the door.
Fans of the Bourne and Hollingsworth should love this Marylebone place, with a bar made of second-hand books.
Settle in for a few drinks, a hearty Moroccan feast or a pot of calming tea in the heart of one of North London’s little gems.
On an unprepossessing high street in Swiss Cottage, this local Indian is packed even on a rainy Tuesday night.
Chinese is dead; and Thai ain’t looking so hot either. The new pretenders to the throne are Vietnamese.