1Beck at Brown’s
Heinz Beck has paired his mastery of the Italian regions with the best British ingredients for a light but deep dining experience in Mayfair.
Upon entering STK, you could be mistaken for thinking you’re dining out in the chrome-hard ambiance of a Saint Tropez night club.
Set in the heart of Marylebone, Fancy Crab is a light and airy dining room (with a sexy subterranean floor beneath) that offers a sensitively priced set lunch and an intriguing USP – namely that it specialises in red king crab.
This might just be the best new Indian in Chelsea.
Japanese and Italian food with great atmosphere. The Knightsbridge restaurant offers an Italian and a Japanese menu, with a restaurant on the first floor and a cocktail bar on the second.
6Barrafina Coal Drops Yard
Been to a Barrafina before? Then you’ll know the deal with this new King’s Cross outlet: a continually rotating menu of tapas-related riches.
From its origins as an oyster stall in Haymarket to almost being destroyed during the Second World War, Wiltons, London’s oldest restaurant promises the finest in old-school dining.
With one of the best views in London and amazing service, Min Jiang promises to keep you coming back for more.
9Serge Et Le Phoque
Serge Et Le Phoque is the second branch of the Michelin star-winning restaurant in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, the Asian-fusion creation of Charles Pelletier and Frédéric Peneau.
St Leonard’s uses the finest produce as the pivot on which their simple menu is created, but their offerings are far from simplistic.