Avenue

Avenue

Originally published January 2018 (some alterations for clarity have been made) Avenue on St James’s Street has been one of those places I’ve been dining at since it first opened. I was a kid and going regularly for lunch with the family after visiting the RA just up the road on Piccadilly; the Sunday roast…

Avenue

Avenue

Avenue on St James’s Street has been one of those places I’ve been dining at since it first opened. I was a kid and going regularly for lunch with the family after visiting the RA just up the road on Piccadilly; the Sunday roast beef and Yorkshire pudding was just superb. As often happens with…

Skylon

Skylon

D&D group has been long famous for churning out brilliant eating spots in the most glamorous settings, from the on-trend German Gymnasium to the historic Royal Exchange. But D&D group doesn’t only focus on its stylish decor, but thankfully the food as well, as evident by its subsidiaries’ Michelin stars and celebrity chefs. It is…

Aster

Aster

Until now Victoria’s dining scene has been virtually non-existent. Despite neighbouring glitzy Belgravia, Sloane Square, St James’s, Westminster, Buckingham Palace and their plainer brother Pimlico, Victoria remains the ugly duckling pressed up against them. Given its location, it shouldn’t be, and will no longer be (if you can ignore the John Lewis Offices and House…