La Bodega Negra

La Bodega Negra

Mexican restaurants are popping up constantly in London, and in Soho particularly. The Mexican Queen of Soho undoubtedly is La Bodega Negra. There is the street level café that only takes reservations at lunch, and the hidden secret restaurant round the corner where you’re not getting in without a reservation. The restaurant is a lively…

Brunching Balthazar Style

Brunching Balthazar Style

While Balthazar may have started life on the other side of the Atlantic, as soon as you step through the doors in Covent Garden, you are transported straight to Paris, with high ceilings, wooden tables, red leather seating and brass railings – all the quintessential hallmarks of Parisian bistro interior design. Brunch here is served…

Indulgent Dum Dum Doughnuts

Indulgent Dum Dum Doughnuts

It’s fair to say that we live in the age of the rebirth of the doughnut. In the UK it started with Krispy Kreme’s arrival and then the influx of Instagram pictures of the work that American artisan bakers undertook. Inspired, our bakers and street food stalls in markets across London took up the challenge,…

J Sheekey Atlantic Bar

J Sheekey Atlantic Bar

Still known to many of us as the Oyster Bar, the Atlantic Bar is one of the best places for fish in London. Over the last few years it has doubled in size inside and the terrace has been opened all year round to accommodate the ever dedicated crowd flocking to the bar housed to…

3&6

3&6

The newest addition to the drink and dining options at Fortnum & Mason is the 3’6 Bar (Three and Six Bar), found on the third floor by the Gentleman’s Department. This cocktail bar is wonderfully relaxed with its antique globes, books and fun fair table top toys. The name is derived from Fortnum’s 1930s home…