A selection of Food and Travel's favourite restaurants.

  • Boisdale


    The oldest of the four Boisdales in London, Belgravia is a true institution. A Scottish restaurant famed for its live jazz, it has a members’ club feel minus the stuffiness, making it a solid choice for a relaxed weekday supper. Wagyu burgers more
  • J. Sheekey

    J. Sheekey

    The line of decadence and quality is a fine one to tread. Sure, you want to be treated well, eat tasty food and not feel rushed but as soon as service becomes overbearing, you’re left feeling an awkward sense of imposition. J. Sheekey manages more
  • Angler


    Welcome to a true temple to fish. Scan the Michelin-starred menu and you’ll find the likes of turbot, sea bass and red mullet. Even the butter is infused with seaweed. Sitting on the seventh floor of South Place Hotel, start with ballotine more
  • Scott’s


    The toast of London’s seafood scene since it opened its doors in 1851, Scott’s oozes class. Request a table outside and peruse the consistently excellent selection of the world’s finest fish. We recommend monkfish cheeks with snails and more
  • One O One

    One O One

    It might have the most ostentatious postcode in London (opposite One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge) but step inside and you’ll find underplayed interiors, serene staff and a hushed atmosphere. Chef Pascal Proyart’s love of seafood borders on more
  • Sindhu


    The first Indian chef to win a Michelin star in the UK, Atul Kochhar has recently picked up his tandoor and relocated to bucolic Buckinghamshire and the Macdonald Compleat Angler hotel. Just down the road from Tom Kerridge’s two-star Michelin more
  • Katz Orange

    Katz Orange

    Stylish plates of seasonal, regional food are the biggest pull to Katz Orange in Berlin’s trendy Mitte district. Inspired by cuisine from around the globe, the menu combines warm, homely dishes with some serious techniques. The pared-back more
  • Wilton


    With a rich history, superb service and enduring dishes, Wiltons is more than worthy of its reputation Some restaurants are simply very good. You know quality as soon as you walk through the door. From the seamless collection of coats to a more
  • Clarke’s


    When Sally Clarke opened her eponymous restaurant in a residential area off High Street Kensington in 1984, she caused quite the stir. At the time, guests were served a four- course set menu driven by what she had been tempted by at her local more
  • Marina Social

    Marina Social

    Dubai has been a retirement home for chefs in recent years: put your name to a spangly new hotel restaurant, don the slippers, spark the pipe, have the dog fetch the paper and watch the royalties roll in as you don’t have to lift so much as a more
  • Rudie’s


    If you don’t like it hot, look away now. Rudie’s serves authentic Jamaican food that hasn’t been dulled down even one Scoville unit for our delicate British palates. A Peppa Shrimp starter comes with a warning of ‘it’s quite hot’, more
  • Cottons


    Dainty plates aren’t what you’d expect with Caribbean cuisine but that’s what you get at the newly launched Cottons. Bright, jaunty interiors are the backdrop to neat dishes such as monk cheek accra scattered with edible flowers. more
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