Restaurant Reviews

The Drift

The Drift has the unmistakable vibe of a Drake & Morgan restaurant, with the same sort of feel as its sister restaurants The Folly, Anthologist, The Parlour and Refinery.

May Fair Kitchen

A focus on grilled seafood and meat is apparent, and guests are encouraged to peruse open displays of crustacea and fridges of hanging and aged meats.

Dysart

Confit leeks with 36-month aged Comté is a proper little number, insistently salty and impossible not to ravage, balanced with risotto and buttery strands of spring-green leek.

64 Degrees

The original restaurant opened up in Brighton a few years ago to great reviews, and has been regularly referenced as one to watch for an elusive Michelin star.

Holborn Dining Room

Holborn Dining Room provides the perfect foil for head chef Calum Franklin and owner Des McDonald, executive of the Caprice Group, to showcase British favourites.

The Park Lane Hotel

It’s the way in which the waiters’ lean in to you, with one hand tucked behind their backs, and gently twist a cocked teapot in position above a teacup.