This little hideaway, opened in 2006, is growing in popularity and is already en route to becoming a members-only bar.
A menu that reads like the inside of Phileas Fogg’s gut, a predominantly Italian wine list and Moroccan décor combine.
The Masala Zone chain extends its reach into west London.
In the midst of Brixton lies a gem in London’s cinematic landscape – the Ritzy Cinema and its jazz café.
Transported from the urban-chic of South Kensington to the homely charm of a seaside bistro across the Channel.
Salamander is the new kid on the Balham block, offering Mediterranean cuisine in convivial surroundings.
One of London’s unexpected treasures, hidden away in the more run-down and less accessible part of Battersea
It’s almost enough to eat in the flamboyantly unique Michelin Building, formerly the headquarters of the Michelin Tyre Company