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Mexican and South American food and cocktails at this atmospheric Marylebone gem.
Read more: Molé Taco Bar
No stopping the geezer gentrification of London’s East End: Wonderful design and delicious food at this gastropub.
Read more: Marksman Public House
Old Spitalfields Market’s going premium. A chance to get close to chef Nuno Mendes’ cuisine.
Read more: Taberna do Mercado
Chef Lee Westcott knows just which keys to strike for culinary excellence at the Town Hall Hotel in East London.
Read more: The Typing Room
Wine and not the hot shot chef himself takes top billing at Jason Atherton’s latest.
Read more: Social Wine & Tapas
Chinese take-out, Alan Yau-style, at this former Soho boozer. Morsels of delight.
Read more: The Duck and Rice
Finally a perfectly respectable – and plausible – reason to find yourself in Vauxhall during the day.
Read more: Counter Vauxhall
It only sounds like a honey pot for hot and hairy Stoke Newington locals.
Read more: Stokey Bears
Combining Korean street food, BBQ and Mexican, three of the hottest food trends in a vibrant location off Soho Square.
Read more: Bó Drake
Open all day, a pleasant and laid back brasserie from Clive Watson to hang and literally recharge at Old Spitalfields Market.
Read more: Blixen
K-Pop, KFC and Seoul Sours. Have or be a Kimchi Mary at Judy Joo’s Korean in Soho.
Read more: Jinjuu
Alan Yau’s Turkish concept should delight plenty if stuck for a casual place to eat in the West End.
Read more: Babaji Pide
Yau’s Shanghai show-horse serving highly stylised Chinese dishes to a high-rolling clientele of celebrities, dignitaries, and the odd Arab sheik.
Read more: Hakkasan
Can’t get into celebrity fave The Ivy? No slebs but the same good British comfort food at this Covent Garden Market offshoot.
Read more: The Ivy Market Grill
A Soho restaurant and lounge where you’re happy to dine and just as happy to linger.
Read more: Old Tom & English
Messy and expensive, this glorified surf-and-turf London experience isn’t for everybody. But a feast for those who go.
Read more: Beast
The monthly gay hip hop party that has the East London boys practising their popping and glide moves.
Let out your inner pop princess at this monthly Saturday nighter at Vogue Fabrics.
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