There’s no doubt about it: London’s food scene is thriving. It wasn’t so long ago that the city lurked in the shadows when it came to culinary excellence, but not now. From the abundance of Michelin-starred restaurants to sensational street food and a continual line-up of fresh, original dining concepts, the capital is now a centre for innovation. Fera at Claridge’s hotel was the hottest opening of 2014, and with good reason. Celebrated chef Simon Rogan’s intention was to play with the idea of fine dining, stripping down the formalities often associated with high-end restaurants.

At Fera, the chefs come out to serve people and, in turn, the customers are made aware of the kitchen through big doors which look on to the action. Removing the barriers between the diner and the chef creates a relaxed environment and a sense of intimacy. At James Knappett’s Kitchen Table, up to 19 guests literally sit and eat around the kitchen, conversing with, and watching, the cooks at work. | | | | |

Mar 22nd 2018

Rococo Chocolates: Time to indulge

Rococo Chocolates has been making exceptional luxury chocolate since 1983. Celebrate your travels to London with a beautifully wrapped box of truffles and surprise all your loved ones.

Business Lunches in London

If you are looking for a place to seal the deal, these are the most sophisticated eateries to go for business lunches in London.

Alfresco dining London

There’s no better way to enjoy the Great British summer in London than by dining alfresco at one of the city’s top restaurants. From rooftops with views to tucked-away courtyards, these will not disappoint

L’OCCITANE and EL&N launch the Beauty Café

Set to become a go-to beauty, wellness and gifting destination, the L’OCCITANE x EL&N Beauty Café is open now on London’s Regent Street.

Paddington Central Welcomes Its First Ever Light Installation

Paddington Central, the busy work and social hub will be turned into a hybrid environment combining the virtual and physical from 25 November until 6 January 2020.