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Barnyard   Amidst new fine dining establishments popping up all over London, Barnyard goes the other direction and offers visitors a super informal eating concept that’s just a few steps away from having a picnic in a barn. With occasionally hokey Americana, tables made of planks, corrugated iron walls and mismatched stools, Barnyard offers even the sincerest of flannel wearing… Read more →



Yauatcha   Upscale dim sum at its best, Yauatcha is a meditation on balance, harmony and restraint. This Soho restaurant is pure elegance, with food as artfully composed as fine calligraphy. From the moment you step inside, you get the feeling that you are participating in something special, and that each mouthful has been carefully created. Naturally, a meal at… Read more →


La Bodega Negra

La Bodega Negra   OK, forget everything you know about Mexican restaurants. Soho’s La Bodega Negra is dark, a little dingy and very naughty. The sign outside says “sex shop”, which is your first clue that your dining companions had better not be your family members. The latest in themed London eateries, La Bodega is concept heavy but offers solid… Read more →


Boom Burger

Boom Burger   Jamaican born Josh de Lisser remembers well the explosive flavours of his childhood in beautiful Montego Bay, where his Auntie Sharon conjured up barbecue that could make a grown man cry. Today, this young chef is blasting expectations out of the water when it comes to cooking up jerk chicken and fish for Londoners who are in… Read more →


Jackson + Rye

Jackson & Rye   Jackson and Rye is a charming and playful take on old school US diner aesthetic from days gone by. Barber-style checkered floors, leather booths and stools ringed round an informal bar make the interior cosy and familiar, but Jackson & Rye has it’s own brand of quirk that fans keep coming back for. TimeOut magazine draws… Read more →


John Salt

John Salt   131 Upper Street isn’t the most obvious choice for this low-key bistro, but it’s what’s inside that counts. In the wake of some mysterious drama when head chef Ben Spalding left mere months after John Salt’s launch, the venue has bounced back and instilled Neil Rankin instead. Now, the restaurant offers plenty of hearty meat dishes with… Read more →


Hache Burger

Hache   Make no mistake: though Hache serves burgers, this is not a burger joint, rather it’s a fancy haute cuisine restaurant that also offers very, very good burgers. Hache is family run, cosy and very upmarket. The standard burger is lovingly elevated to heights you don’t usually expect from a burger – prime Scotch beef done to perfection and… Read more →


Tanya’s Cafe

Tanya’s Cafe   The times, they are a-changin’, and vegans and raw foodists need not wilt behind typical menus and just order a salad. The Tanya in question wanted to bring beautiful, raw, living food to Londoners and give them a gorgeous space to eat clean and nourish their bodies as well as their souls. Everything on the menu is… Read more →


Dirty Bones

Dirty Bones   There’s no earthly reason that “gourmet burgers” should get all the love. Dirty Bones is a charming, low-key hotdog concern offering diners no-frills street food in a basement in Kensington. By day, the chefs pump out quality hotdogs made from the best quality British meat, with plenty of fancy toppings like handmade relish, rich treacle smoked bacon,… Read more →

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