Inspired by Colonial Indian gymkhana clubs, critically-acclaimed Gymkhana (sister to Michelin Starred Trishna), has been awarded a Star after just one year of opening.
Meaning ‘festival’ in Japanese, there is definitely something festive about watching a skilled chef prepare your dinner right in front of you, and Matsuri has been revered for authentic and theatrical teppan-yaki cuisine since the 90’s, putting on one of the best shows in town!
The Wolseley takes you back to the 1920’s with its ostentatious ceilings adorned in sparkling chandeliers, towering black pillars, dramatic arches and marble floors.
In spite of its magnificence and glamour, the dining hall is filled with warmth and the chink of crockery from both tourists and Londoners alike enjoying breakfast from the much celebrated kitchen.
Burger & Lobster indulgently offers but three things on its menu: whole lobster, beef burger and what is essentially a lobster burger. Despite the menu being so brief, the hype that has surrounded B&L is completely warranted. Quite simply B&L delivers well cooked, tasty, quick and affordable lobster (and a burger that also looks good).
There are now four posts or B&L to be found in London. Crikey.
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