Covent Garden & Holborn

Le Garrick

Exposed brick and distressed plasterwork speak more to the age of the restaurant, and are authentic little reminders of its maturity.

Heliot Steakhouse

Fillet steak is medium rare on the nose, as is the larger sirloin steak we also order. Both graduate in colou from a blackened exterior through to a plumby red.

The Ship Tavern

The menu is based around traditional British fare, and a steak and ale pie full of stewed meat and thick, unctuous gravy, and topped with a lid of buttery pastry reminds us why this is such a classic.

Frenchie

Frenchie Covent Garden is the London outpost of Gregory and Marie Marchand’s original Frenchie restaurant, located in the Paris second arrondissement…

Rosewood London

The philosophy behind the Slow Food & Living market and brunch means that there is a sense of community, history and an individual story, and delicious, ethically produced goods.

Le Restaurant de Paul

Bakeries are my sanctuary, and I don’t think I’ve ever tried a PAUL’s that I didn’t immediately love, stealing away with a fresh loaf of olive bread and a circle of soft cheese.