You can't miss Tabernacle even if it were on Pluto! This double storey slick and chic restaurant used to be a Victorian warehouse, but now the ground ... More
You can't miss Tabernacle even if it were on Pluto! This double storey slick and chic restaurant used to be a Victorian warehouse, but now the ground floor houses a hip bar, where many adventurous drinkers hang out. The restaurant is classy, and what catches the eye are the delicate handmade Italian chandeliers! But you will stop staring at them when the Steak Borlotti with Truffle laced Bone Marrow arrives steaming straight from the kitchen. It is open in the mornings, so a breakfast of muffins and coffee is available. Everything else comes without a good dent on your credit card, so drop in and not just for the Coconut Crème Brulee! Private parties can be arranged for at the Restaurant, Bar and the Lounge Bar.
Located in the uptown Primrose Hill area, Manna is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in all of England. The candle lit
atmosphere and simple wooden decor keep the old world charm alive, while tunes of Bob Dylan help you wind. ...
Located in London's most prestigious grocery store, Fortnum and Mason, this restaurant pays homage to the Edwardian era. If you're
up for a light meal then try out the beautifully presented pastries, candies, breads and much more. Sit down ...
Bar Italia is the most famous all night cafe in London and a cornerstone of Soho nightlife since 1949. Located
at the junction of Frith and Old Compton Street, a never ending stream of Soho characters makes it the ...