London reviews

Zilouf’s, N1

A winning dinner from Zilouf's

Vagabond, N7

Coffee lovers have a home on Holloway Road

Yum Bun, EC1

Probably the most apt name for a snack joint ever

Phoenix Palace, NW1

Popular with locals, this classy Chinese hub impresses on many levels

Cinnamon Soho, W1

The third restaurant from Vivek Singh is probably his third best

Chompoo, N7

Unappetising name, delicious food!

Delicious by Franco, NW5

Traditional, home cooked Italian grub you can rely on

Ping Pong Dim Sum, EC4

Little steamed parcels of deliciousness

Duck & Waffle, EC2

Stunning views of London, with food to match

Ariana, E3

An authentic taste of the Middle East, in a London park

Hawksmoor (Spitalfields) Bar, Review

It turns out Hawksmoor does more than steak, and they do it very well

The Castle, N1

Lunch on a sunny Angel roof terrace – what could possibly go wrong?

Bird of Smithfield, EC1

Everything you could want from a top drawer members club, with no membership required

Mezcaleria Qui Qui Ri Qui, E2

If you like Whisky & Tequila, you'll LOVE Mezcal

Masala Zone, N1

The search for the perfect vindaloo goes on

Euphorium Bakery (Islington), N1

An underwhelming British bakery

Bi Bim Bap Soho, W1

Tasty dishes, served quickly at a good price, but slightly misses the mark on flavour

Barbecoa, Review

Smoked, grilled or roasted, it's meat, meat and more meat at Jamie's Barbecoa

Akari, N1

An authentic Japanese Izakaya in an old pub

Hawksmoor (Seven Dials), Review

A practically flawless dining experience

Princi, W1

A Milanaise bakery with more style than substance

C&R (Bayswater), W2

Hints of authenticity but C&R doesn't quite deliver the real thing

Maison Touareg, W1

The least exciting aspects of Marrakech in the heart of Soho

Craft Beer Co. N1

A range extensive enough to satisfy any beer fan