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11 Great George Street, London SW1P 3AD
Reliable and predictable, this Roux outpost runs like a well-oiled machine. Though Michel Roux Jnr is the figurehead, the kitchen is headed up by MasterChef:...
The Royal Horseguards, 2 Whitehall Court, London SW1A 2EJ
A much-needed refurb has re-energised this plush hotel restaurant (named after the iconic Whitehall 1212 phone number). The frayed, art-deco style has...
Set in what was the Secret Service’s WWII HQ, Equus pays homage to cavalrymen (not Peter Shaffer’s dark play), & its three comfortable rooms are bedecked...
15 Craig's Court, London SW1A 2DD
Hidden down a cobbled street off Whitehall, this lavishly refurbished venue – originally a 17th-century bank – is something of a Tardis. The cosy ground-floor...
6 Waterloo Place, London SW1Y 4AN
Afternoon tea, that great tradition so beloved of ‘les rosbifs’, is given a French twist at the Sofitel’s Rose Lounge. ‘La tea en rose’, as it’s known,...
8 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5BY
If ever you want to experience Victorian grandeur at its apogee, take a peek into the glorious interior of Boyds. Marble-clad, with double-height ceilings...
3 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5BW
Though Garfunkel’s is unlikely to make an appearance in a Richard Curtis film any time soon, this peppy family-friendly chain is almost as much a part...
Sofitel London St James, 6 Waterloo Place, London SW1Y 4AN
Said to be based on Coco Chanel's private salon at her Rue Cambon HQ, this bijou cocoon offers couture cocktails with a Gallic accent. Lounge on leather...
Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, London WC2N 5EJ
Overlooking Trafalgar Square, Bronte is the latest from Adam Davies (owner of Circus) and is named after the square’s famous resident, Lord Nelson aka...
The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BU
“The refurb has breathed new life into this place”, notes a long-time champion of the patrician Cinnamon Club – an elegant and clever reuse of the Old...
County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road, Queens Walk, London SE1 7PB
In a bustling tourist hotspot, Zen China serves a classic Pan-Asian menu. Instead of the usual fare that weighs down Soho Chinatown menus, you’ll find...
25-34 Cockspur Street, London SW1Y 5BN
Nelson’s Column, Whitehall and the National Portrait Gallery are just three of the photogenic attractions close to this branch of the peppy-family-friendly...
London Marriott County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Southbank, London SE1 7PB
‘Wow… what a view!’ exclaimed one reader as he admired Big Ben and the city lights from this slick eatery in the London Marriott County Hall. Named after...
2 Caxton Street, London SW1H 0QW
Given that New Scotland Yard is across the way, your purse should be safe from opportunistic street dippers, but expect to flex the plastic if you fancy...
1 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 3LL
Elegant Quirinale has all the trappings that suited-and-booted Westminster lobbyists and government flunkies appreciate: quiet, discreet service, a “traditional”...