A selection of Food and Travel's favourite restaurants.

  • 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
  • Balans Soho Society

    Balans Soho Society

    Known for its all-night soirées, the grande dame of Old Compton Street will have you dancing till dawn Born of humble roots, Soho stalwart Balans’ first incarnation was as a good ol’ reliable sandwich shop on the corner of Old Compton more
  • Country Kitchen

    Country Kitchen

    It’s a good sign when a hotel restaurant is frequented by locals. When Food and Travel visited Country Kitchen at Rosewood Beijing, our fellow diners were all Chinese – some hotel guests and the rest well-heeled suits from the surrounding more
  • Breddos Tacos

    Breddos Tacos

    Fusing typically Mexican ingredients with international flavours, Breddos Tacos is unashamedly inauthentic. Luckily, the team had three years to perfect its subtle combinations at pop-ups around the country before setting up shop in a colourful more
  • El Pastór

    El Pastór

    Brothers Sam and Eddie Hart – owners of Quo Vadis and Barrafina – are at it again, this time turning their attention to Mexican food. Housed under a railway arch, El Pastór serves up all manner of authentic corn tortilla tacos on long more
  • Cielo Blanco

    Cielo Blanco

    Get ready to be transported from Leeds’ bustling Trinity centre to the heart of Mexico’s culinary capital, Oaxaca, with a visit to Cielo Blanco. Inside, kitsch Day of the Dead iconography and a Mexicana montage provide a backdrop to a meal more
  • Kaspar’s


    Back in 1898 at the Savoy there were 13 guests booked for dinner. The host of the party, a South African mining magnate, was shot and killed a few days later. In a masterstroke of Victorian PR, the hotel made a story of it and said never again more
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