There are two choices for dining at this 17th-century coaching inn. The more elegant St. Johns Restaurant offers panoramic views of St. Johns in the Vale and...more
They call it "Nose-to-Tail Eating," and you'll be amazed at the number of obscure cuts that can crop up between those too extremes and end up on your plate....more
When Skylon opened in 2007 in Southbank Centre, the notoriously snippy London food press groused that its food didn't measure up to the view. More recent visits...more
This multimillion-pound collaboration between triple-Michelin laureate Pierre Gagnaire and Mourad Mazouz (owner of Momo, the groovy North African restaurant off...more
Rick Stein owns Padstow—he made Padstow; he is Padstow. Rick Stein, in case you hadn't heard, is the premier fish chef of England, especially since he got...more
There's no point pretending this funny little place in the heart of Bath is anything other than a tourist trap—but it's actually worth a visit. According...more
Once you've found Sake No Hana—no mean feat, since there's no sign outside—the lighting, or lack of it, will further impede your progress upstairs....more
What could be more blissful than a meal on the terrace of this perpetually booked, much-imitated Italian-style gastro-temple opened in 1987 by the late Rose...more
If you keep hearing about the British gastropub phenomenon, this is a good place to see what the fuss is about. An alehouse since 1837, this...more
The simple, unpretentious, but sophisticated Racine wows regulars with old-fashioned, perfectly executed cuisine bourgeois. Staples like onion soup, escargots...more
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