A makeover in 2005 while under new management, the Soho House Group, has upped the sex appeal of this long-time favorite of art dealers. One of the big...more
Airy and open-plan with smiling staff and an ever-changing seasonal menu, Clerkenwell Kitchen has a lot going for it. Chef-owners Emma Miles and Laura Hearn...more
In this whitewashed 16th-century coach inn fronting a pretty fishing port, chef Chris and wife Jo Coubrough serve up good English grub with Pacific Rim and...more
Imagine if Jacques Pépinno, if Rachael Ray owned the Baltimore Orioles and set up a restaurant at Camden Yards that was open only on game nights....more
This very popular (and deservedly so) pan-Asian-via-Sydney restaurant and bar in Notting Hill pulls in local Trustafarians and media types, as well as hip...more
Socially responsible celebrity chef Jamie Oliver chose Watergate Bay in Cornwall for his third restaurant. Like Oliver's other enterprises in London and...more
Burnham Market sometimes seems to be populated entirely by ex-Londoner antique dealers, and they all like to gather here. There are plenty of reasons why. When...more
Back in 1997, seafood obsessive Mitchell Tonks had the bright idea of combining a fishmonger with a café—and a fish-cooking school. Since the tenth...more
Giaconda Dining Room is a tiny, good-value restaurant in an unpromising but über-central location off Charing Cross Road. The food, by Australian chef Paul...more
After being closed for most of 2006 due to a room expansion, this country house hotel on 40 acres is again offering the grandest, most refined dining in Devon....more
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