A selection of Food and Travel's favourite restaurants.

  • The Restaurant

    The Restaurant

    Set on top of a hill overlooking Zurich and its majestic lake, an evening at The Restaurant is a fairy tale-like experience. Walk through the imposing doors of The Dolder Grand hotel and into its main space where it’s all style and more
  • The Pony & Trap

    The Pony & Trap

    If, like us, you feel Sunday hasn’t really happened unless you’ve spent a few hours in front of a fire, The Pony & Trap is the place for you. This 200-year-old pub has held a Michelin star since 2011 and it retains plenty of snug more
  • The Jugged Hare

    The Jugged Hare

    If it’s game you’re looking for, step into The Jugged Hare. Birds twirl in the open kitchen’s eight-spit rotisserie and send delicious aromas around the restaurant. Pheasant, wigeon and mallard arrive on wooden boards with a superb selection more
  • The Quality Chop House

    The Quality Chop House

    You can’t beat this restaurant for authenticity. Since opening in 1869, the only thing that has changed in terms of interiors are the cushions that line the wooden booths. Not so the menu, which is now updated three times a day. Since becoming more
  • Gaylord


    When family run Indian restaurant Gaylord launched back in 1966, the owners were so concerned about the safe arrival of their tandoor charcoal clay oven, they purchased a seat for it on the flight over from Delhi rather than sending it as more
  • Guillaume


    Down a leafy street lined with heritage federation terraces, French-born chef Guillaume Brahimi has created a sophisticated two-storey establishment that delivers a luxurious fine- dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere. Brahimi relishes more
  • Restaurant Martin Wishart

    Restaurant Martin Wishart

    Located in the historic Port of Leith, Martin Wishart opened its doors in 1999 and it wasn’t long before its Scottish take on French favourites earned a Michelin star. The menu reflects the high-class tutorship that owner and head chef more
  • Little Social

    Little Social

    At this excellent central London hideaway, Jason Atherton goes Gallic, proving he really can master any cuisine. From the dining room and the food to the service and wine list, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped into a Lyonnaise more
  • Blanchette East

    Blanchette East

    We were happy to hear the Alary brothers of Soho’s Blanchette were opening a second outpost, this time with more southern French and north African flavours. Inside feels delightfully and romantically Parisian: think antiques from the capital’ more
  • Christopher’s


    You will have walked past this theatreland stalwart many times without knowing what’s behind the doors of the Grade II-listed townhouse. Previously a brothel and the first licensed casino in the city, it seems fitting that the entrance is a more
  • Epicure


    Seven courses is a big commitment but when Eric Fréchon is cooking, it’s one that is well worth making. Head chef at Epicure, the prestigious restaurant of landmark Paris hotel Le Bristol, he holds the revered title of Meilleur Ouvrier de more
  • Smith & Wollensky

    Smith & Wollensky

    An American favourite that crossed the pond just over a year ago, USDA Prime- graded dry-aged steaks are the deal at this art deco-style steakhouse off the Strand. The beef, picked for its perfectly even fat marbling, is stored in an ageing room more
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