Posh, wet and dandy
London is a diverse, fast-paced and dynamic city housing 10 million residents and so many others around the globe that call it home. Having transformed to a modern financial place, London was traditionally one of the most notable global cities with a posh culture (from the Brits), grey and rainy weather and an origin of fashion.
Attracting more than 32 million tourists a year, London represents the most popular city-break destination with a vast array of landmarks, districts and attractions for everyone. With so many restaurants it's a foodie's heaven and a definite source of inspiration for all connoisseurs. Try exploring these with our unique travel guide!
Spanish cuisine doesn't always have to be about tapas, as the north Basque country has so much more to offer than that. And if you really want to be accurate then tapas are more of pinchos around the Basque country and apparently now in London too. Lurra is the second brainchild of the Donostia restaurant owners that has recently attracted some attention. Here is why!
Small, cosy and delicious! Just about the three words that come to my mind when we think of the all-time-classic (by now) Lantana Café in Fitzrovia, London!
Rarely do you find a space that can embody both a fancy dinner as well as a happening bar scene - and when you do, it's all of that fake posh glam. Luckily for us, Southam street just off Golborne Road north of Nottting Hill is one of the best recent additions on our map!
If you're looking for a casual night out where pasta is more important than anything else, then you've got to get down to Bermondsey and try Flour & Grape! More like your local pub, Flour & Grape serves handmade fresh pasta at a budget price. need say more?
No one can argue the perks and infinite options for entertainment when living in a city like London.
Pokē bowls, not to be confused with Pokemon balls, have been trending on the Instagram food world for a while. The dish’s name comes from the Hawaiian way of preparing seafood, diced, much like the Japanese Donburi, rice topped with raw fish.
Famous for classic food establishments such as the minimalist noodle canteen chain Wagamama and our all-time favourite Hakkasan, Alan Yau returned to London's headlines with a charming proposition last Christmas. To travel well-dressed, vibrant yet elegant patrons back to the days of of 1930s when Shanghai's jazz clubs were at their best.
When you're in London and, specifically so in Soho, dinner options are countless. But lately we've been witnessing Peru upping its game globally and Nikkei becoming the latest gastronomic sensation to hit Europe’s culinary capitals.