Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

London

Galley
In looks, Galley references Palm Beach kitsch. But its seafood menu shows off some serious cooking.
Bonnie Gull
This former Hackney pop-up has now put down roots in central London, bringing top quality seafood to the heart of the city...
Scott’s
Resurrected fish restaurant Scott's has once again positioned itself at the top end of London's famously fickle food chain. With the freshest fish in the city, you can't go wrong.
J Sheekey
Originally opened back in 1896 J Sheekey's still retains a lively old-fashioned atmosphere.
Wright Bros. Oyster House
This atmospheric seafood bar boasts a quite unimaginable selection of oysters and praiseworthy mains.
Green’s
Simon Parker Bowles opened this members'-club-feeling dining place in 1981.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar
Bentley's new-found prominence on the restaurant scene is largely thanks to the stewardship of Richard Corrigan as well as the resurrection of Swallow Street as one of the capital's most stylish eating and drinking destinations. yEventWatch
Sweetings
Massimo Restaurant & Oyster Bar opens in London
Massimo Restaurant & Oyster Bar will finally open this week on Northumberland Avenue, courtesy of Italian chef Massimo Riccioli.
The Summerhouse pop-up restaurant is back
April sees the relaunch of the popular Summerhouse pop-up restaurant on the Little Venice Canal. Open until the end of October.
Wright Brothers open another corker in Soho
Wright Brothers Soho opens on Kingly Street, with a fresh and sustainable menu and the appointment of David Gingell as Executive Head Chef.

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