Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

London

Galvin HOP
Galvin HOP is a trendy East London bistro and bar. Though it wouldn't be out of place if located in Paris.
Three Eight Four
Found in the trendy locale of Coldharbour Lane in Brixton, Three Eight Four offers a small plates-style and potent cocktails.
City Social
Michelin-starred City Social, found on the 24th floor of Tower 42 in The City, is a sleek restaurant from chef extraordinaire Jason Atherton.
Skylon
With views over the River Thames, the fine dining restaurant Skylon showcases British produce through its modern European menu.
Restaurant Sauterelle
Within the architecturally impressive Royal Exchange, Restaurant Sauterelle gives French and Italian classics a creative flourish.
Corner Room
Found in East London's impressive Town Hall Hotel, the Corner Room offers diners a creative menu of fine European cooking in the heart of the hip East End
Trinity
This modern European eatery attains with a menu that beautifully masters complex medleys.
Texture
Contrasting textural treats from two titans of the European gastronomic scene chef Agnar Sverrisson and sommelier Xavier Rousset Texture does exactly what it says on the tin.
Shampers
Eighties wine bar with charm and hearty fare. Of course the wine list is its trump card.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay or no Ramsay in the kitchen you're in good hands at his Chelsea establishment: great food and high price tags along with the height of luxury.
Quo Vadis
Top-quality meats meet excellent service at newly revamped Quo Vadis.
Marcus
Following an expensive refurb, Marcus Wareing has reopened his modern European restaurant at the Berkeley.
The Wolseley
The Wolseley offers a truly spectacular dining experience with everyone who's anyone having clip-clopped through its doors to enjoy a languid lunch or sumptuous supper.
Corrigan’s
A warm, friendly restaurant in the heart of Mayfair, Corrigan's has more heart than most restaurants in the capital; its homely menu is particularly inviting. =",Corrigan's comes from the heart into the London restaurants scene. The smart yet substantial modern European food with a strong British/Irish bent is worthy of Michelin praise
Caravan
If you want to know what's current in the capital's culinary scene come here; it's got everything that's hip in the restaurant world right now from an all-day food menu to coffee roasted on-site. d
RSJ
A discreet destination with tasty French/Mediterranean cuisine, make sure to check out the stellar Loire Valley wine list.
Oslo Court
Step back in time and relish a luxuriant mouthful of retro grub at Oslo Court.
Review: Corner Room restaurant, Bethnal Green
We head out to Bethnal Green to chance our arm for a table at Town Hall Hotel's Corner Room restaurant. And we suggest you do the same.
Review: Joe’s restaurant, Draycott Avenue
We headed to South Kensington to sample the fare at Joe's restaurant, Draycott Avenue. With chef Maria Elia at the helm, not much could go wrong.
Bread Street Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay strikes again
Gordon Ramsay has yet another winning establishment in Bread Street Kitchen - an all-day restaurant with small plates, cocktails and even a ceviche bar.
Quaglino’s new chef Darron Bunn makes his mark
Already a celeb favourite, Mayfair's Quaglino's has introduced a lobster lunch to the menu for only £15, making it the perfect pitstop for hungry shoppers.

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