Restaurant Reviews

Koji – Revisited

Koji is an upmarket Japanese restaurant located on the southerly crook of Parsons Green, serving an Asian-Peruvian styled menu from a star studded cast of chefs straight out of the Nobu kitchens

Sexy Fish

Although its early days for this new restaurant, on the whole there have been more mistakes than expected. For £100+ per person there are definitely better places to dine.

The Harwood Arms

Whilst the interior is informal in nature, the food could come from some the best kitchens in London and £39.50 for three courses represents good value for money.

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.

Manuka Kitchen

Desserts include a pot of Manuka honey and saffron brûlée, the top covered with a solid layer of fired sugar, a tap or two being enough to crack the hard caramel.

Mews of Mayfair

The afternoon tea includes seed-studded bagels with Lambton & Jackson smoked salmon, sandwiches of cream cheese with cucumber, and caramelized onion bread.