Restaurant Reviews

Polpo

Polpo takes inspiration from the bacaro of Venice – relaxed bars which serve rounds of tapas with glasses of liquor, a wholly agreeable concept whose authenticity is buoyed by its cicchetti…

Cabana

Try a sharing board to start at Cabana in Westfield, ‘Frango’, consists of chicken 3 ways – Coxinhas of mashed and spiced chicken, marinated wings and fried chicken.

Polpetto

The credit for the rise of the no-reservation, sharing-plate, shabby-chic contingent of restaurants must go to Russell Norman, also a pioneer in the concept of Italian tapas.

The Meat Co

Under the duress of planning a Halal meal this is an option that is universally crowd-pleasing, and it’s no wonder as there is so little competition in London.

Smokehouse

As boozers go this is a diamond of a find, and It’s no surprise that the food is leagues ahead considering the breadth of experience of its head chef Neil Rankin.

The Dairy

In spite of the chef’s impressive pedigree, prices at The Dairy are affordable and tasting plates are the order of the day from the restaurants rooftop garden.