Restaurant Reviews

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.


From the £15 set lunch menu deal the butterflied prawns are the best – doused in a fiercely vibrant curry marinade and splintered open with heat.


Medlar offers tremendously good hearted dining, and though there is a certain lack of refinement, it should nevertheless be thought of as a good neighbourhood restaurant.

World’s End Market

Towards the back of the chamber is a fish display so fresh that the lobsters are still squirming and a glass fronted fridge showing off the cuts of meat on offer on the day.


The food at Zumbura is described as being from the Purab region of North East India, and is not unlike some of your typical Punjabi food with kofte, keema, sooji and gajar ka halwa.

Modern Pantry

Fusion in Farringdon that includes a global pick & mix of ingredients and cuisines in things like curry leaf waffles, plantain fritters and black sesame labneh, and that’s just the brunch menu.