Meat-free, gluten-free, diary-free, sugar-free, plant-based, green and clean. For the first time, so it seems, Londoners are taking an avid interest in making healthy lifestyle choices, and Ethos fits right into this movement. Located a stone-throw from Oxford Street, this all-day restaurant offers beautifully presented buffet-style hot and cold plates, in a urban forest setting.
With 5 star reviews aplenty and the broadsheets oozing with yummy words that are comparatively orgasmic, Portland is a little slice of heaven situated in Fitzrovia, on you guessed it Great Portland Street.
Latium opened in 2003 and since then has built a reputation as one of London’s finest independent Italian restaurants focusing on modern Italian cuisine. The spotlight at Latium is on the culinary habits of Lazio, the area in Northern Italy where head chef Maurizio Morelli was born.
Le Gavroche was opened in 1967 by Albert Roux and was the first UK restaurant to be awarded one, two and three Michelin stars. Currently holding two Michelin stars, the head chef is Michel Roux Jr, who took over the reins from his father, Albert in 1991.
Sketch comprises a myriad rooms consisting of the Lecture Room and Library, the Parlour, the Glade, the East Bar, and the Gallery, each themed in its own style and panache.
The Lecture Room and Library was awarded its first Michelin star in 2005, and was awarded a fifth Rosette in the AA Restaurant Guide 2009. In 2012, the restaurant won its second Michelin star, which it retains today.
The original (and the best) Yalla Yalla sits on a tiny lane-way off Brewer Street in Soho, and seats comfortably about 10-15 people. Small wooden tables, chairs and benches adorned in colourful pillows fill the small space while takeaway offerings fill the quaint counter.
Jason Atherton, a London based Michelin- Starred chef ofPollen St Social & Social Eating House fame has opened his latest restaurant, Berners Tavern, a gathering place for all day dining and entertaining in The London EDITION Hotel. Heading up the kitchen is Phil Carmichael, who has cooked with Jason for over ten years.
Opened by Parisian-Algerian restaurateur Mazouz in 1997, Momo is one of London’s most glamorous Moroccan restaurants.
Momo transports you to the depths of lavish Marrakesh with interiors that sparkle from the latticed mashrabiya-style windows and ornate metalwork lanterns.
Grillshack is an all-day quick counter service grill, the latest venture from Richard Caring of Caprice Holdingsfame (owner of The Ivy, Le Caprice and J Sheekey). Dishes are mostly prepared on the grill in theopen kitchen while breakfast items include grilled sourdough with scrambled eggs and maple bacon,buttermilk apple pancakes with syrup and full English breakfast.
From the all day menu enjoy grilled rump steaks, 100% British beef burgers, grilled half chicken and halloumi with sides such as green salad with blue cheese dressing, garlic rolls or radish slaw.
The latest 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen has now expanded to Mayfair. The newest addition to the 28-50 family continues the tradition of providing a relaxing and inviting atmosphere, underpinned by a knowledge and passion for food and wine. Designed over two floors, the restaurant features 28-50’s first champagne bar, serves 40 – 50 champagnes on the ground floor, whilst the lower ground floor has a major wine display as well as the restaurant’s open kitchen.
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