It was only a matter of time before ‘Gourmet’ kebabs became a thing in London, and nobody is better equipped for the unlikely transformation than two former Le Gavroche chefs, Manuel Canales Garces and Angus Bell. Obvs.
Frenchie Covent Garden is the London outpost of Gregory and Marie Marchand’s original Frenchie restaurant, located in the Paris second arrondissement…
A growing list of the best cocktails from bars, hotels and restaurants in London – check back for regular updates – newest additions will be located on the top of the list.
To say that the cake display at L’Eto Cafe is distracting is the most understated way you might describe how wave after wave of pedestrians, walking down Brompton Road, abruptly stop and ogle the licentious treats. And who can blame them for a little cake-perving action with a floor to ceiling glass frontage behind which are displayed soft tumbles of cream-swirled cupcakes the size of your palm, exotic fruit tarts, rich chocolate slices and giant, sticky cookies. A perfectly adequate reason to visit itself but, sweet people, there is more: L’Eto Café also serve an enviable menu to complement their cult cakes…
One of the more theatrical plates is the mixed ‘bubbling and smoking’ sashimi, an intriguing name which hints at the smoking liquid nitrogen under a plate of the sashimi.
The newly refurbished Lanesborough Hotel in Knightsbridge is testament to the unending nature of one of the best cities in the world, and the hotel is fresh and utterly luxurious.