A Parisian-style brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden hits the spot without breaking the bank.
A chic bar high up above Oxford Street, a rooftop terrace in case it ever stops raining and elegant Spanish cuisine bursting with big flavours.
Harrison’s in Balham has a menu that changes most days to react to seasonal products, so regulars will always have new dishes to choose from.
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.
Several distinctive awards add to the intrigue of The Artichoke in Amersham, a perfectly picturesque destination restaurant
Chef and owner Steve Drake is creating marvellous food at Drake’s. It’s a must to visit, well worth going out of your way to find.
Algiubagiò has long been a great bar but now there are great restaurant options too, looking across to Murano and San Michele