Pahli Hill

Whereas so many restaurants in London seem to be honing in on cuisine from a particular region in a search for “authenticity”, Pahli Hill in Fitzrovia celebrates the best dishes from across the Indian sub-continent.  In doing so, the kitchen is true to the restaurant’s name.  Named after one of the oldest and most affluent … Continue reading Pahli Hill

Honey & Co Bloomsbury

When Honey & Co Warren Street announced it was closing, there was - understandably - much discontent from fans.  But fears remained at bay as plans were quickly put in place to reopen a new spot in Bloomsbury, on the lovely Lamb’s Conduit Street specifically.  Sitting directly opposite the marvellous Noble Rot – a name … Continue reading Honey & Co Bloomsbury

Brunswick House

Located in the 18th-century house sitting on Vauxhall Bridge roundabout, Brunswick House is home to chef-patron Jason Boxer.  A historic setting for a chef of high pedigree: Boxer is part of that generation of cooks who was nurtured in the comforting shadow of Fergus Henderson of St John and his wife, Margot.  From this we … Continue reading Brunswick House


Once known as ‘Little Italy’ given its community of Italian migrants, Clerkenwell was the perfect place for The Clove Club Restaurant Group to open its ambitious trattoria, Luca.  The opening of this very-Italian, slightly-British restaurant at the beginning of 2017 was much anticipated and those highs were met with conviction.  The setting plays no small … Continue reading Luca