Ever found yourself in central London in desperate need of some chopstick related sustenance yet simultaneously crippled by the sheer choice? As well as traditional Cantonese, you can enjoy Sichuanese, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian and Mongolian food, to name a few, some boasting authentic bowlfuls of joy and many sadly not.There’s no doubt that all
The Best Vegan Food in London There are now many more choices for the vegan diner when it comes to eating out. Fear no longer the menu where the only appealing options are pasta bake or stuffed peppers. Sure, established restaurants, such as Mildred’s, are still going strong, but what follows is a round up of places you might not necessarily know a
East London’s popular burger joint Lucky Chip (www.lucky-chip.co.uk) is the equivalent of celebrated surfer Kelly Slater, 11-time ASP World Tour Champion. Like Kelly, when Lucky Chip hit the scene (that’s London’s burger scene) in 2011 with a boombox pumping burger van in Netil Market the burgers were hyped, supercharged creations that wowed and ca
With your average London local pub hosting a more impressive range of single malts than a dedicated whisky bar would have done 15 or 20 years ago, the very best places have therefore had to step up their game significantly to stay ahead of the pack. So the following don’t just serve good whisky, they also offer a particularly extensive selection, backed up by especially knowledgeable or enthusiastic service, that make them a must-visit destination for whisky lovers.
The London food scene is ever changing and the summer is a particularly good time for it as it means we can eat outside, yay! With this in mind, and with a promise to keep your fingers crossed for sun, read on for my pick of interesting outdoor eats in London this Summer -Summer Tales (http://www.nighttales.co.uk
Eating out on Upper Street“Oh, you live in Islington?” They say. “That’s so lucky – I love Upper Street, such a great place to eat out”.That’s exactly what I thought before moving to the area. Still do, to an extent. But for a while there it felt like huge delusion. For in the same way that fashionable streets such as Chiswick High Road, Bermondsey
I´ve long been a fan of Tapas food, and have frequently visited Spain from San Sebastian in the North to Alicante in the South, enjoying the Spanish cuisine as much as the good weather and the beaches. Luckily for us Londoners we don´t have to travel to experience a world of flavours and Tapas restaurants are prevale
The Best Polish Food in LondonPolish food is gutsy, satisfying and full of homely charm. Think plates of steaming pierogis (dumplings), smoked meats, delicious soups ranging from clear to the deep bruised colour of borscht. Here are the best places in London to get your fix of Polish food.1. Mamuska! (http://mamuska.net/)At first glance, Mamuska! d
Upmarket American burger chain Shake Shack launched its first restaurant in London back in the summer of 2013, taking a prime location in the corner of Covent Garden’s Jubilee Market. Heralding from humble roots as a hot dog cart in New York, it became so popular that Danny Meyer, the restaurateur behind it replace the cart with a permanent restaurant in Madison Sq. Gardens and Shake Shack was born.
We all know where to head for our favourite tandoori lamb chops or sea spiced aubergine in the capital, but when it comes to the ubiquitous Greek restaurant, London can be slightly more elusive.
When the sun comes out so do Londoners, but sussing out the city’s suntraps takes some work. We drank our way around town so you didn’t have to and have compiled a selection of the capital’s finest outdoor drinking spots, whether for wine by the water or a few alfresco ales.London’s Best... Beer GardensThe Albion, IslingtonTucked away just off Uppe
Africa is a big place, and home to a remarkable variety of different styles of cuisine, from the tagines of Morocco to the fine dining restaurants of Capetown. There’s also the little matter of chicken chain Nando’s starting life in the continent, but I wonder whether this is really what Africans would consider their finest culinary gift to the wor
Garlic, chilli and kimchi - With such unabashedly massive, bolshy flavours it’s little wonder that Korean food seems to be having a bit of a well deserved moment on the London food scene. The Japanese famously (and also racistly) refer to Koreans as “garlic eaters”. If like me, you see this as a very good thing indeed and not an insult at all, the
London is a diverse, multi cultural city with an abundance of excellent restaurants. We've compiled a list of the best ethnic restaurants in London and where to find them.