Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme

Cafe Boheme is all about that wonderful Parisian/French Cafe culture and has just had a refit along with its owner Soho House. The menu, is, as you’d expect, covered in nothing but the classic French dishes. While sadly no frogs legs, you’ll find Steak Tartare, Escargot, Croque Monsieur, Pate, Salmon Rillettes, Toulouse Sausages, Poulet Frites,…

The Connaught Bar

The Connaught Bar

Consistently ranked among the top 10 cocktail bars in the world you’ll find the Connaught Bar tucked in the corner behind the central staircase of the famous Connaught Hotel. The decor is classic wood panelling painted a cool grey and highlighted with silver leaf with low marble tables, leather trim about the place. The drinks…

GBR London

GBR London

Dukes, of course, is world famous for its bar. Run by Alessandro Palazzi and his team, it’s recognised by almost every martini aficionado as serving the best martini in London if not the world, so much so that Alessandro and the martinis are both spoken about in hushed tones of reverence. When it comes to…

Flat Iron

Flat Iron

The perfect place for a juicy steak at a great price. No reservations are taken at any of their five venues, so its rock up and see; if there’s no room add yourself to the list and head to the pub. What makes Flat Iron isn’t just the price and quality, but the attention to…

Cuba: The Cookbook

Cuba: The Cookbook

Could there be a more timely cookbook to reflect the changing geopolitical realities of the real world? Well possibly, if there was one on the food of North Korea, but in lieu of this culinary pamphlet/manuscript, Phaidon’s Cuba: The Cookbook is certainly it, and what a world it reveals. Since the beginning of normalisation with…