Revisiting an absolute classic – does the Spaniards still live up to its historic reputation?
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London’s first permanent pop-up restaurant featuring a series of monthly chef residencies – and more besides.
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.
Keeping the flag flying for British food and the British pub in all its glory in Chelsea.
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.
It’s always pleasant going to a pub beside the river, as the views are stunning and the surroundings calming, and The Boater’s Inn provides both.
A brisk menu of British cuisine at Borough Market, complete with English wine.
As owner of Le Café Anglais no less, Charlie McVeigh has an impressive pedigree when it comes to restaurants.
All very South Ken – and it was apparently Princess Diana’s local and favourite.
When is a gastropub not a gastropub? When it’s one of Geronimo Inns’ ‘food pubs’, apparently.