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Pearl Liang is not your normal Chinese drop-in. Firstly, there’s the room – a subterranean space that makes up for its lack of natural light… more »
Just off bustling James Street, Chada Chada offers a reliable hit of Thai spice without the touristy overtones. Amid a trim setting of ethnic artefacts… more »
Yumenoki doesn’t go in for flash, big-city minimalism, but its dressed-down canteen surrounds & lack of ceremony allow it to deliver genuine… more »
It may not have the charisma of its relatives in the Drake & Morgan stable but this big, brash & ‘really buzzy’ bar/diner is still a looker… more »
Yming looks & feels more genteel than most of its neighbours in Chinatown, but don’t let the blue carpets & white tablecloths kid you into thinking… more »
They take pizzas seriously at this lively venue, which attracts a motley crew of celebrity neighbours, regulars & tourists. The slow-rising sourdough… more »
Myung Ga has enjoyed an admirable run, serving authentic Korean specialities from its prime Soho spot for more than 20 years. However, it is now… more »
Jason Atherton’s departure in 2010 marked the end of an era at Maze, even if Gordon Ramsay still holds the keys to this big-money Mayfair… more »
Nothing special to look at, unless you’re bowled over by portraits of Elvis & Tom Jones, the Empress of Sichuan is, however, ‘definitely not… more »
As reliable as it is predictable, this scrubbed-up Wandsworth Bridge Road favourite is a magnate for hordes of local twentysomethings, who flock… more »
Off the beaten track in residential SW10, the 150-year-old Hollywood Arms has made the leap from conventional boozer to fashionable gastropub.… more »
Bincho’s masters of the grill fan the flames and flash-cook yakitori skewers of chicken wings, livers and (off-menu) skin, heart and neck… more »
Step up for a dose of nostalgia at the Mall Tavern, where dishes such as cow pie, parsnip & sherry ‘cup o’ soup’ & Arctic roll conjure… more »
If it weren't for the legs of ibérico ham hanging in the window, you might think the Norfolk Arms was ‘just another after-work boozer', notes… more »
Something of a hidden delight on Chancery Lane, stylish 113 restaurant opens its doors to non-members for lunch. From calmly efficient service… more »
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