Posts Categorized: Cities

Review: a Hidden Gem at Rock Star Sushi Bar

Drawing flocks of crowds from faithful regulars to far-flung destination travellers, the fine-tuned formula at Rock Star Sushi Bar is clearly ticking all the boxes, with a strong line in contemporary Japanese creations rooted in immaculate sourcing. A humble 12-seater restaurant, service is always on point in here with dedication, precision and passion in equal measure from Igor and his team. Read more…

Fancy a steakation? Head to Gillray’s…

Pan-fried Mackerel - Gilray's

Walking into the majestic dining room at Gillray’s you’re greeted by a well stocked bar populated with a plethora of gins, and gazing out the window you see a glorious view of the Thames which adds a certain luxurious vibe to the evening. That will be a mainstay throughout the meal as we’re continuously wowed by the offerings at Gillray’s Steakhouse & Bar. Read more…

Review: Londrino

When Grace Dent brands the food ‘magical’ in one of her restaurant reviews, you sit up and take notice. Turning this staunch critic into a fangirl, Londrino is the latest outpost from head chef Leandro Carreira; the name meaning ‘Portuguese for Londoner. Read more…

Win a free-flowing champagne roast at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen

Running as a non-profit restaurant since being set up by Jamie Oliver in 2002, Fifteen serves up fine British cooking using local produce. The irresistible Sunday roast menu sees the classics given a gourmet twist, with the likes of aged beef rump with pickled beetroot and walnut, and Tamworth pork rack with celeriac purée served with all the trimmings. Read more…

Review: The Rib Room

Nestled just off the high-end shops of Sloane Street, you’ll find The Rib Room at the luxurious Jumeriah Carlton Tower. In a fast-changing and sometimes cut-throat London restaurant scene, The Rib Room is somewhat of a rarity, a restaurant that has been going strong for over 50 years. Read more…

Review – Mango Tree Belgravia

With Thai restaurants now two-a-penny in London, the challenge of finding Far-Eastern flavours was long displaced by the challenge of discerning the good ones. Especially those whose dishes retain authenticity. Belgravia’s Mango Tree offers just that, bringing distinct dishes from each corner of Thailand to Central London. Read more…

Win Champagne afternoon tea for 2 at Harvey Nichols Manchester

In an iconic setting overlooking Exchange Square, Second Floor Bar and Brasserie, Harvey Nichols is a sleek city-centre setting for all-day dining and drinking. Afternoon tea adds an indulgent twist to the classic formula, with the likes of hot smoked salmon sandwiches, goats’ cheese and red onion wraps, spiced pumpkin pies and macarons all served. Read more…

London Restaurant Festival Review: Union Street Café – Gordon Ramsay Restaurants

Adjoining Flat Iron Square – one of Southwark’s established foodie hubs – is Union Street, a street that runs parallel to the river and has its own food offerings to rival the square. Union Street Café is one aptly named offering, and one of 15 in Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurant Group. On offer is Northern Italian cuisine. Read more…

The 15 Best Restaurants near Apollo Victoria Theatre

Restaurants near Apollo Victoria Theatre

Got the ticket, now just need to find some accompanying food and drink? We’ve rounded up our favourite restaurants near Apollo Victoria Theatre, with menus spanning from classic European to pond-crossing American. So whether you’re after speedy express courses, or a slow-paced savouring of multiple dishes, we’ve got the perfect restaurant-ticket for visit to Victoria. Read more…