A selection of Food and Travel's favourite restaurants.

  • Rum Kitchen

    Rum Kitchen

    If you’re after a little Caribbean-themed escapism, this Soho joint is ideal. Classic reggae hums out of the speakers, every other dish on the menu features jerk and heady rum cocktails contribute to the buzzy atmosphere. A dollop of hoisin mayo more
  • Quilon


    Away from the hustle synonymous with an SW1 postcode, Sriram Aylur’s Michelin- starred Quilon offers welcome respite. Once inside, the only thing that could jolt you back into place is the toll of the resident division bell that calls MPs more
  • Cinnamon Club

    Cinnamon Club

    Flying the flag for posh curry, or ‘Michel-Indian’ as we’ve coined it at Food and Travel towers, Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Club celebrates its 15th anniversary this year with a million-pound refurbishment. To be fair, it didn’t really more
  • Cliff Beach Club

    Cliff Beach Club

    Acrophobics, look away now. Resembling a ship’s bow, the vertiginous Cliff Beach Club – sister to Barbados stalwart The Cliff – is carved into a craggy rockface set within a cove on the island’s west coast. A quiet street-level more
  • Suvlaki


    Celebrating souvlaki (skewered meat), this Soho haunt puts bona fide Athenian flavours on the map. Elias Mamalakis, a star in the Greek food world, has designed the menu to a tee. Cooked over a charcoal grill, the souvlakia are fresh and tasty as more
  • Ospo


    Because of its dependence on local lots of delicious small plates to share and ingredients, British restaurants can struggle to do justice to Greek cuisine. However, this chic spot manages to combine an urban dining experience with more
  • Mazi


    The name Mazi means together, so order lots of delicious small plates to share and get stuck in. This vibrant restaurant with its vine-covered courtyard serves dishes true to its Greek roots with a modern twist. Starters arrive in Kilner jars more
  • The Woodford

    The Woodford

    Being fresh out of TOWIE heartlands, I was always going to be a bit biased when The Woodford opened. Biased, but sceptical. Then I started hearing rumours of a Pierre Koffman-trained chef, front-of-house guys brought in from the Shard and read more
  • La Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

    La Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

    Raymond Blanc is a national treasure. For anyone familiar with his recent TV work, you can’t help but buy in to his humour, his charm and the way he drops idiosyncratic French one-liners like ‘bien sûr’ and ‘zut alors!’ every more
  • Rang Mahal

    Rang Mahal

    On the fourth floor of the world’s tallest hotel, the JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai’s busy Business Bay area, Michelin-starred chef, Atul Kochhar is raising the culinary stakes with the award-winning Rang Mahal. His vibrant, modern Indian more
  • The Dogs

    The Dogs

    Two stone dogs guard the door, and for good reason. This city-centre spot is a treasure of honest cooking at affordable prices. Hearty stews and pies are all less than a fiver and interiors are adorned with canine paraphernalia. For an more
  • Purnell’s


    Without a doubt, Purnell’s is Birmingham’s best restaurant. When Michelin-starred Glynn Purnell left two-star Hibiscus to open in a down-at-heel part of Britain’s second city, it raised eyebrows. Now it’s the cooking that draws the more
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