Arriving in the courtyard between a rash of anonymous office blocks is an unpromising start to this dining experience. But an assorted array of greeters, door-openers and ushers will quickly whisk you into a lift, which soon deposits you on the building’s top floor and in another world. Better still is the amazing view. The food is a fine international mix of excellent sushi, top-drawer salads, American-sized steaks and South-East Asian sides – all particularly accomplished. Sociologically speaking, Vogue has been a middle-class-and-made-it hangout for nearly a decade; so well-dressed – and well-heeled – families make up the midweek mainstay, with younger fashionistas at the weekend. The wine list is particularly extensive, as is the cigar selection: if you want to puff on a fat one, this is definitely the place. Sunday brunch here is also popular and highly recommended. We’ll mention it again, that view really is to-die-for.