A selection of Food and Travel's favourite restaurants.

  • Wild honey

    Celebrating a decade on Mayfair’s Maddox Street this year, Wild Honey has found its stride. Like a golfer in his pomp, everything appears effortless, consistent and accomplished. The service is slick, the plates are elegant and the vibe has a more
  • La Bottega

    La Bottega

    La Dolce Vita in three acts – that’s what awaits you in this restaurant beautifully located on the banks of the Arno river. Start your evening by taking a seat in the cosy wine lounge with its open fire before heading over to the main more
  • Norse


    After a three-year stint as a ‘pop-up’ restaurant in a Scandi café, Norse has taken up permanent residency in Harrogate town centre. Its smoked, fermented and foraged menu is all Nordic swagger. Expect small plates such as duck ham with more
  • Aquavit


    Forget the starkness associated with the coolest cuisine around, dining here is like stepping into Twenties New York. Not surprising given it’s from the team at Emma Bengtsson’s two-star Manhattan restaurant. A modern menu comes laden with more
  • Texture


    This Michelin-starred dining experience stays true to its name, encouraging guests to try food of all textures from start to finish. Opened in 2007 by Agnar Sverrisson, the menu is sustainable, light and healthy, combining modern European food more
  • Whatley manor

    Whatley manor

    The announcement that this luxurious country house hotel would be appointing 25-year-old Niall Keating as its executive chef was met with surprise here at Food and Travel. He had big shoes to ll: his predecessor Martin Burge garnered two more
  • The Potting Shed

    The Potting Shed

    This renovated restaurant plays on its connection to cricket, but it’s the dishes that are raising the game. Spring is a good time to pay a visit to this pretty little restaurant. It’s tucked in the lower-ground floor of Dorset Square Hotel, more
  • Café Constant

    Café Constant

    When in Paris, dining at a quintessential bistro is a must. Visit the 7th arrondissement to find tree-lined streets, a bourgeoisie vibe and the proverbial home of celebrity French chef Christian Constant. He runs three restaurants within a block more
  • Palatino


    Named after one of Rome’s seven hills, Stevie Parle’s fifth restaurant is authentic, without being shackled by tradition. Apart from mustard yellow sofas the interiors are understated, allowing the open kitchen to take centre stage. A more
  • Luca


    This sophisticated spot has all the makings of a modern classic. While its sister restaurant The Clove Club serves Michelin-starred plates in a pared-back setting, Luca’s glamour contrasts with its forthright food. The term ‘Britalian’ is more
  • L’Anima


    In Italian, L’anima means ‘soul’. Fitting, considering there’s plenty in the food and service at this contemporary restaurant in Bishopsgate. Expect starched-tablecloth dining in an airy glass room as waiters sashay, wishing guests a more
  • Launceston Place

    Launceston Place

    We knew it wouldn’t be long before Food and Travel’s Chef of the Year 2016 popped up behind a pass after leaving The Woodford last autumn, it was just a case of where. When we heard it was Launceston Place, a restaurant that had just been more
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