In case you have missed the clamour of 46,000 Londoners expressing an interest to visit The Bunyadi, it is London's first pop-up naked restaurant.
It takes a brave businessman to open up a halal burger and grilled meats restaurant which is also alcohol-free in London.
When you walk into The Alice House at Queen's Park, you might mistakenly assume you've walked into the lair of spiderman such is the network of filament lightbulbs and wires dangling from the ceiling.
There comes a point in every head chef's career when they contemplate starting their own restaurant.
Trade Union in Wapping isn't the latest headquarters for the labour party, but an innovative new business concept
The south end of Pavilion Road very close to Sloane Square station is turning into a hub for all food lovers with artisanal, independent shops opening, which include award winning butchers, Provenance and the wonderfully welcoming wine shop that is Pavilion wines.
As we all know black never goes out of fashion, hence it might come as no surprise when you walk into the Gallery to discover that it has been serving, feeding and entertaining Hampstead locals for more than 15 years.
Alexander Waterworth deserves an award for his marvellous creation at Dalloway Terrace. He has form in delivering stunning, classically British interiors
We are huge fans of restaurants that serve the local community with authentic, well-sourced food in a relaxed environment
There are many great venues to enjoy alfresco dining in London, but few are as authentic and exciting as Inn the Park.
Kingly Court in Soho is rapidly turning into a must-go area for all self-respecting food lovers. The first floor used to be for boutique clothing shops, but has been overtaken by an array of exciting dining choices.
If you have seen those fever tree advertisements, saying if 3/4 of your G&T is tonic water, make sure you are using a top quality one
Long before the rush of street food pop-ups around London, Cha Cha Moon has been delivering high quality Chinese street food since 2008.
Bourne and Hollingsworth is rapidly developing a reputation as purveyors of fine food, drinks and entertainment.
Tombo might be one of the healthiest bars you will come across not just in Soho but London.
Few town centres these days still retain that quaint, village feel of a traditional British high street; Wimbledon village being one of them.
If you can't stand celebrity chefs, you might want to avoid Gino D’Acampo My Restaurant
"Talli" means a happy state of intoxication or what you and I call "tipsy". It really shows how far Indian cuisine has evolved in London
If you are looking for a leisurely weekend brunch, there are a multitude of options in London, but few are as well located as the Prince Albert.
Osteria means an Italian restaurant, typically a simple or inexpensive one. However, at Osteria 60 it is neither simple nor inexpensive.
Nightclubs where you normally enjoy magnums of Champagne aren't normally places where you expect top quality dim sum, but Fu Manchu is an exception to the rule.
Peckham might be hip and up-and-coming but still it isn't the most consumer-friendly part of town.
What is so admirable about Blades is they don't promise a multitude of dishes and being master of none, but instead focusing on a few key dishes and preparing them exceptionally well.
Many fine dining establishments are geared towards a more formal experience rather than offering a family friendly environment, Chris Honor has cleared spotted this gap in the market with his latest restaurant, Chriskitch Hoxton.
Roof East must be a contender for pop-up of this summer for the sheer variety it offers to Londoners. Stratford is fast becoming a popular destination for dining, shopping and entertainment.
Locally sourced ingredients are buzzwords that are omnipresent in most restaurant menus these days. However, at the Stable, they take this concept very seriously.
Having sauntered around some sky-high venues around central London recently, I can very positively say Sky Garden is up there with the very best.
There is undoubtedly a plethora of shopping opportunities in Marble Arch from the bargain-basement, Primark to the very high-end, Selfridges
Despite the very central location, the Savannah restaurant inside the Wesley hotel isn't the easiest restaurant to find.
As pop-ups go, the beach bar at the Montague on the Gardens is one of the most unlikely venues you will ever see.
There is no stopping the all-conquering Saiphin Moore at her latest restaurant, Rosa's Thai Cafe in Victoria
With 7 restaurants and a cookbook under her belt, there is no stopping the hardworking entrepreneur that is Saiphin Moore.
As more high rises appear over the London skyline, there has been a corresponding increase in sky bars offering panoramic views of our beautiful city.
Walking around Battersea and Clapham Junction area, you can't help but notice the abundance of our antipodean cousins populating the area whether it is local residents or in the coffee shops and restaurants.
Who doesn’t like a summer pop-up to bring some frivolity to hardworking Londoners? There is plenty of competition around between bars to bring the most exotic and colourful experience possible to their guests.
Upper Street, Islington must have one of the highest restaurant density per square mile in London, so it really is making a statement to say Galley is one of the brightest new stars to shine on this populated stretch of London.
In most cultures, dining is very much a social bonding and sharing experience, none more so than when you enjoy Mexican cuisine.
Steven Novick, the founder of Farmstand, had the vision of recreating the small, American roadside stalls found in his hometown within the state of Wisconsin.
To celebrate sakura (the cherry blossom festival in Japan), we headed down to esteemed fine dining restaurant, Sake no Hana to sample head chef, Hideki Hiwatashi's special sakura menu
From the outset, you can see that 35 New Cavendish is cultivated and refined drinking and dining establishment
It is a sign of quality assurance when you visit a Thai restaurant in London and they have branches in Thailand, across the globe and now six branches in London.
Tourists might bring a huge amount to our economy, but if you've ever been to Knightsbridge on a Saturday afternoon, you will understand the frustration of getting around trying to shop for items without having to spend the whole afternoon in the same department store.