The latest restaurant incarnation at Sanctum Soho plays to the hotel’s rock ‘n’ roll theme with shiny golden banquettes, a blaring soundtrack and walls lined with portraits of music legends such as Jimi Hendrix. If you’re eating from the all-day carte, we’d recommend kicking off with a selection of small plates to share: crispy squid rings come dipped in a sweet chilli sauce, a successful twist on a Scotch egg swaps sausage meat for black pudding, while a lobster roll involves soft brioche and a warming, earthy bisque. After that, the grill section offers hearty slabs of rib-eye or T-bone steak, although we like the grilled Madagascan king prawns – albeit with a rather hefty price tag for two well-cooked beauties. To conclude, sugar-laden desserts such as sticky toffee pudding complemented by honeycomb ice cream are guaranteed to hit the sweet spot. With a DJ playing until 1am, Wild Heart is a custom-built for diners looking to have a fun night out, but the space also accommodates business lunchers and those with a penchant for afternoon tea.