The O2 is set for four nights of continuous hits from Robbie Williams and the Rolling Stones.
Tom Aikens is set to buy back control of his London restaurants two years after they collapsed, the Sunday Times reported, without saying where it got the information.
With just weeks left until the London 2012 Olympics start on July 27, chefs and restaurateurs are divided on what the Games will mean for business.
Where do chefs and restaurateurs like to go out for a bite to eat near their homes? I asked more than 40 members of London’s culinary elite about their favorite local eateries. Here’s what they had to say:
Michelin’s new star ratings for U.K. restaurants, scheduled to be published on Oct. 4, appeared on the company’s website today, a week early.
Many of us tend to avoid ordering the set lunch in smart restaurants, be it for reasons of choice, embarrassment or pride.
If a visitor to the U.K. asked you which London restaurant is currently best, what would you say?
Visitors from around the world and from across the U.K. will be in London for the 2012 Olympics from July 27 to Aug. 12. Where should they eat?
French gastronomy has taken a back seat over the past decade as innovative chefs elsewhere have gained attention with new technology and flavor combinations.
London restaurant prices are among the highest in the world, yet you don’t always have to spend a lot to eat well, even in the center of the city.
"If there are four of you, 3 and 8 are good because they're both corner tables so you can see the whole room."
- Tom Aikens on Jun 14, 2010