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In our restaurant reviews we test out the most talked about restaurants. Whether you are after a high end experience or a quick and casual bite. Find out where the best restaurants are by keeping up with our reviews. Avoid the disappointment of a bad meal by following our recommendations of where’s best to eat. Additionally we find out what restaurants are up to the test and where to avoid.

Seabird London terrace - lunch with a view in London

The Best Places For A Girls’ Brunch

Getting together with the ladies? Absolutely London has selected the best restaurants for a girls' brunch, from boozy bottomless feasts to gorgeous rooftop eateriesSeabird The gorgeous Seabird restaurant (main image) at the Hoxton hotel is...
Rika Moon

Absolutely Eats Out- Rika Moon

Absolutely stops by Rika Moon, the new Japanese fusion cuisine in Notting Hill.Words by Pendle Harte Some people might remember when this dinky corner site was a Paul Smith store, a smaller offshoot of the...
Sudu Queen's Park

Absolutely Eats Out- Sudu

Absolutely stops by Sudu, Queen’s Park’s smaller sibling to the long-standing Satay House.Words by Pendle Harte Paddington’s much loved Malaysian eaterie Satay House opened in the 1970s and not only does it remain a family...
Caia Notting Hill

Absolutely Eats Out- Caia

You'll find innovative, exciting food cooked on an open fire at Caia, a new restaurant on Notting Hill's Golborne Road.Words by Pendle Harte Caia defies classification. It’s not linked to a specific nationality, and nor...
Lina Stores

Absolutely Eats Out- Lina Stores

A new opening in Marylebone Lane for Soho’s iconic Italian, Lina Stores. Words by Pendle Harte Lina Stores first opened in Brewer Street in 1944 and became a Soho icon, supplying Italian meats, cheeses and deli...
Coal Office King's Cross

Absolutely Eats Out – The Coal Office King’s Cross

The Coal Office, Tom Dixon’s HQ restaurant in King's Cross is worth a detour from anywhere. Words Pendle Harte The Coal Office is much more than a lovely space in which to showcase lots of lovely...
Dishoom Kensington

Absolutely Reviews- Dishoom Kensington is a Deco Delight

 Absolutely reviews Dishoom Kensington, the group's most glamorous site. The restaurant's winning approach is a sort of immersive concept applied to the traditional curry house.Words Pendle Harte Decor recalls the Irani cafes of Bombay in...
Lele's Vegan Cafe

Absolutely Eat’s Out – Lele’s Vegan Cafe

 Italian-born Valentina Fois, founder of Lele’s vegan cafe in Hackney is one of the 12 contestants on Gordon Ramsay’s new programme Future Food Stars. She is one of the competing to win a £150,000...
A Copy

Introducing 5 Stunning New London Restaurants

From creative cocktails to fresh pasta to a seafood bar, from fine dining to intimate local spaces, these new restaurants bring something new and different to London's restaurant scene.
west end italian restaurant

Cin Cin – A new home in the west end for this Italian that...

My first experience of Cin Cin was many years ago when I stumbled across them at a friend’s wedding in the west end. They were serving glasses of prosecco and sharing platters from their...



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Carl Hansen

Meet family-owned Danish furniture makers Carl Hansen & Søn

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See the UK’s largest ever exhibition of street art at the Saatchi Gallery

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Tom Kerridge Omelette

A trio of recipes from Tom Kerridge

Tom Kerridge introduces a trio of recipes from his acclaimed Marlow institutions: The Hand & Flowers, The Butcher’s Tap & Grill...
A View From The Long Drive ( )

Why Merchant Taylors’ School is on the cutting edge of innovation

Merchant Taylors' School is well known for its exceptional extra-curricular provision and has a strong emphasis on innovation