London

Lazeez Lebanese Tapas

Lazeez Tapas has been quietly establishing a name for itself since it opened over four years ago. Within touching distance of Selfridges in Duke Street, the authentic Lebanese food from this unassuming restaurant has gained many admirers from within the local Lebanese community

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Insider Guide to Belgravia

Whilst London’s urban sprawl screams ever outwards there is green-tinged tranquillity at its heart. Everyday Belgravia looks more like a Victorian or Edwardian village, a nostalgic glimpse of the past but also an optimistic take on the future.

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The Field Restaurant

The Field restaurant is not simply box ticking to starved stereotypes. On the contrary. It’s properly researched lovingly-crafted food using quality ingredients with imagination, creativity and shed loads of flair.

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Delicatessen

Delicatessen is the brainchild of Israeli-born Or Golan, a student of Tel Aviv’s restaurant scene before joining Yotam Ottolenghi’s Belgravia deli as head chef. It is a genius move to open up bang in the middle of Hampstead’s affluent kosher crowd,

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street

With more triangles than a trigonometry textbook the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street, is an architectural miracle. For a boutique hotel, in Central London, it is luxuriously spacious.

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Pizarro Restaurant

At Pizarro, one of Jose Pizarro’s three London outposts, there is no “tweezer” presentation – this is proper, gutsy Spanish cooking with few, if any, concessions.

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