Soho

Anarch-Tea at The W Hotel

In the year that the UK celebrates 40 years of British Punk, head to the W London Hotel to enjoy the most rebellious afternoon tea in town, the Anarch-Tea.

Kettner’s

Kettners is a Soho institution that has evolved through the decades, from pizza parlour to pudding bar, and now finally in its most current guise as a brasserie & champagne bar.

W London

Savouries are Asian inspired buns and rolls, the best of which are filled with Thai shrimp cake, puffy and run through with lemongrass, cucumber relish and slivers of green mango.

Ham Yard Hotel

Gone are the traditional sandwiches, replaced instead with sliders of pulled oxtail, flatbreads with welsh rarebit, and butter-fried toast with sautéed mushroom and cheese.

House of Ho – Brunch

Small plates include a few curvy summer rolls, stuffed full of noodles and served with a buttery peanut dip, and Pho Cuon rolls, lined with confit duck and crispy onions.

Carom

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.