CURATING LUXURY FOR THE DISCERNING TRAVELLER

FASHION PLATES

FASHION PLATES

London’s restaurants offer unparalleled opportunities to see and be seen, but as the city’s fashion axis has shifted ever further eastwards, so too has its restaurant scene.TheWest End still does dressed-up glamour better than anywhere else but for a taste of edgy London street style, head east to Hoxton and Shoreditch. So, from the latest  flavour-of-the-month hotspots to the well-loved restaurants that never go out of style, here are the most fashionable places to eat in the capital right now. And while we’d recommend reserving well ahead of time for all of them, the easiest way to bag a hard-to-book table is to phone on the day, be  flexible about what time you eat and ask if there has been a cancellation. If all else fails, remember these wise words of John Galliano:“Style is wearing an evening dress to McDonald’s.”

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Feb 19th 2018
Dining
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