Our ultimate insider's guide to London's latest artsy restaurants, from an in-the-works eatery by the founders of Frieze to the return of Langan's Brasserie - famous for its original artwork.
Serving up transatlantic grill room classics and old-world glamour in a stylish 1920s NYC-style grill room.
This French-Mediterranean delight is a hotspot for the foodie, offering a slice of the Côte d’Azur in the city...
A 'pub' with rooms by Ivan and Manuela Wirth, the art world's famous couple behind Hauser + Wirth.
Painter Jonny Gent, restaurateur Jon Spiteri and architect Russell Potter have teamed up on this restaurant and wine bar in an 18th century restored courthouse in Clerkenwell Green.
The Mayfair institution is set to be transformed into a British-French brasserie de luxe, serving a menu of British and French classics.
A Mediterranean-inspired restaurant - with an expansive garden terrace - from Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, founders of Frieze.
A striking cocktail bar and intimate setting on the ground floor of the Art Deco landmark.
The Connaught's first new bar in over a decade - an homage to extraordinary female artists and fine wines.