Where to eat and drink in London.
berber & q haggerston review

LONDON | Berber & Q Haggerston has been getting a lot of positive press since it opened its oh so London railway arch doors in April this year, even winning over the sometimes scathing Grace Dent of the Evening Standard, who touted it as her favourite opening of the year. Berber & Q

bunnychow soho london review

LONDON | Bunnychow Soho has been bringing the South African street food tradition of a “Bunny” to London since September last year. The City Lane was invited to learn what this South African street food institution was all about at their casual dining spot located in the heart of Soho.

london street food se4 brockley market review

LONDON | Welcome to the second instalment of our exploration of London’s street food scene. Today we journey south of the Thames and visit the Brockley Market in Lewisham. The Brockley Market is a fab community market that offers excellent street food in SE4. Brockley Market is a 3 minute walk from St

london street food e8 london fields

LONDON | Street Food vendors have become ubiquitous with London’s public spaces in recent years. Informal dining is in and people are flocking to food trucks and popup stalls. In fact, the mobile dining option is now the choice of many proprietors before they move into the riskier, costlier world

carousel marylebone london review

LONDON | Carousel Marylebone is one of the more interesting restaurant concepts to open in London in recent years. Shuttlecock Inc have converted the unassuming space into somewhere that chefs and supper clubs will run pop-up residences, along with the ability to hold art exhibits and functions on the upper floors.

grain store unleashed clerkenwell review

LONDON | Grain Store Unleashed Clerkenwell is a short-term concept being run at boutique hotel The Zetter by chef Bruno Loubet. It’s a companion restaurant to Loubet’s Kings Cross restaurant Grain Store, with a focus on vegetables (although there’s still meat). The audience is those people who enjoy meat, but perhaps