We have selected our favourite restaurants in London and these are the ones that we highly recommend.
Quite simply, one of the best tea rooms in London, offering vibrant and creative afternoon tea menus in a splendid setting.
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! It may be a little expensive but The Game Bird is worth every penny.
Dine amongst towering palm trees in the stunning 8 storey glass atrium that is The Winter Garden restaurant in The Landmark Hotel.
Spoil yourself with a touch of luxury and great views on level 33 of the Shard at Hutong. An excellent Chinese menu awaits at one of London's premier restaurants.
What a fabulous restaurant. It looks and feels like a film set and Shaka Zulu deserves all the recognition that comes their way.
Super stylish Italian restaurant Uno is considered to be one of the best Italian eateries in SW1.
Peridot at The Bentley Hotel is the beautiful restaurant located inside the luxurious Bentley Hotel in London’s Kensington.
The Cinnamon Club restaurant is housed in the elegant old Westminster library building and provides a grand setting for dining out near the Houses of Parliament.
Shoryu Soho offers the widest choice of sake, shochu and umeshu in the UK, with over 150 dishes to savour.
Seven Park Place in the St James's Hotel and Club is one hot London restaurant serving Michelin starred fine modern French cuisine.
Dress to impress and head to the Lampery restaurant and bar in central London. Great cocktails, superb cuisine and an atmosphere worth every penny.
JW Steakhouse provides a decadent Mayfair setting for some of the US’s finest steaks and fresh seafood.
Benares of Mayfair is the first independent venture by Atul Kochhar, one of London's most celebrated chefs and the first Indian chef to win a Michelin star in 2001.
Sartoria Restaurant London is a fantastic Italian restaurant in the heart of London's Mayfair where both interior and food are amazing.
Quaglino's Restaurant has been rebuilt at the same spot where the old Giovanni Quaglino restaurant, visited by the likes of the Prince of Wales, once was.