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Beef Wellington

There's nothing better than a blushing fillet of beef smothered in pâtè and duxelles wrapped in buttery, flaky pastry. Here are our favourite Beef Wellingtons in London.

Doughnuts

Forget the overcooked, rock-like, over-sugared excuses for doughnuts you get at the local fair, and instead try one of our favourite doughnuts in London.

Crab Linguine

The perfect mix of comforting and fresh, a well-seasoned plate of al dente pasta with delicate crab is a classic. These three have really proven their worth with their take on crab linguine.

Ceviche

Fresh, vibrant and healthy, ceviche has become a stalwart dish on London's ever changing food scene. Get your Peruvian fix at one of our top three cevicherias in town.

Shepherd’s Pie

The ultimate home comfort, we love this classic British dish. From the traditional to the reimagined – we take a look at the best shepherd’s pies in London.

Dosa

Usually served conically, the thin pancake is made from fermented black lentils and rice batter. Inside comes a spicy curry and is best scooped up using the crispy crêpe.

Oysters

Synonymous with fine dining and elegance, the oyster is the perfect way to start any meal. Or for that matter, at any time of the day.

Burgers

London's best burger, as voted by you. In our 2014 Burger Poll, we nominated the top 20 best burgers in town, and following a month of voting, our readers have had their say.

Fillet Steak

Whether you call it filet like the French or fillet like the Brits, there’s no denying the tastiness of this cut of meat. We’ve picked out our favourites.

Espresso Martini

Invented in Soho, London, the Espresso Martini embodies the buzz and eccentricity of its birthplace. We discover the three best places to order one in London. 

Sunday Roast

Whether it's lamb, pork, chicken or beef, nothing is more satisfying than a stomach-bulging feast to see out the weekend.

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Review: Restaurant Story

With each dish at Restaurant Story resembling a painting, it's hard to believe it's focused - as it claims to be - on simplicity. But Tom Sellers, the culinary star behind the restaurant, has nailed it, somehow.

Review: Jinjuu

Romy van den Broeke discovers hybrid Korean fare in the centre of London; but how does it compare to the authentic eateries of Seoul and New Malden?

Review: Coya

There’s no shortage of good ceviche in London, but Coya has got something going on. They look determined to keep hold of their recent award as London Restaurant of the Year 2014.