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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
Put on a zhooshy drag for some fun with words at this popular London lit night.
A chance to let loose in the country’s capital of camp. The UK’s biggest Pride parade and park party.
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