As the tournament hots up, here the best tennis-related treats being served up outside of SW19 Big-Screen Bliss at Nobu Hotel, Shoreditch The presence of big screens depicting sport is generally a turn-off when it comes to choosing a congenial licensed place to eat and drink: not so at this East London institution, where an […]
There is a new No. 1
The rise of fatty, delicious—and sometimes misunderstood—wagyu beef.
The project promises to give nearby Borough Market a run for its money on Saturdays
How a once-seedy, unfashionable area of London is becoming a magnet for discerning food lovers
One pop-up restaurant, one top-grade hotel and two floral spectaculars in Chelsea Barracks.
If walls could speak, as the saying goes, Jermyn Street’s lichen-pocked edifices could dictate a wonderfully rich tome about the city in whose dead centre it resides: for this is one of those thoroughfares where stuff, for whatever reason, just happens. Home, over the years, to tailors, cheesemongers, parfumiers, milliners and shirtmakers (including James Bond’s […]
How Danish chef Rasmus Kofoed built a culinary marvel in an unlikely place.
There’s a famous scene in The Spy Who Loved Me where baddie Karl Stromberg sits feasting in his sub-aqua dining room, sharks hustling impatiently at the windows. It’s an ominous, dark, dramatic tableau and one purely confined to celluloid – until now. Under is a 110-foot long underwater restaurant-cum-aquarium showcasing the wonders of the deep, […]
What better way to celebrate the dawn of a new imperial era than with 6 lbs. of beef, truffles and foie gras.