What's new in London
We’re speaking to the most exciting, innovative and humble chefs in and outside London for all the best suggestions on what and where to eat. We also have mouth-watering recipes and reviews from our favourite restaurants in the capital.
Dan Doherty's sumptuous baby beetroot tarte tatin with honey and thyme is the perfect dish to wow vegetarians and carnivores alike. Try it.
London is full of great Indian restaurants, so when Gunpowder joined the ever growing ranks, we were keen to see what, if anything, set it apart from the rest. Turns out, quite a lot....
Messy Thokku is essentially egg pickle, but don't let that put you off. Seasoned with Andhra spices and served with a puff roti, this is a winning alternative Indian dish.
From 1st July, Daniel Boulud's acclaimed London restaurant, Bar Boulud, will transform into a sunny version of itself, Boulud Sud.
There’s a new Japanese in town from a man who holds seven Michelin stars. We've tried it, you should too.
In preparation for our pizza poll later this year, we have embarked on the biggest pizza tasting mission this city has seen. One contender is most definitely Homeslice.
Forget celebrity behemoth Chiltern Firehouse, Nuno Mendes is proving his culinary worth, with the help Antonio Galapito, in the form of modest Portuguese restaurant Taberna do Mercado in Shoreditch.
Looking to impress your nearest and dearest this Christmas? We've got the answer. This cinnamon bun wreath from the Scandi Kitchen tastes just as good as it looks, and it'll feed the masses.
Game season doesn't need to be traditional: take inspiration from Ottolenghi and cook your quail with miso butterscotch and walnut and pomegranate salsa - there's nothing dry about this dish.
There's no lack of great French restaurants in London and L'Escargot is an institution, but its recent refresh proves it's not going anywhere soon. Teo van den Broeke finds out more.
This is a hearty winter dish using the best produce winter has to offer. The sprout tops works wonderfully with the hot mustard seeds and the richness of the duck.
We rediscover the culinary brilliance that is L’Anima, and remind ourselves why it’s still one of the best Italian restaurants in London.