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Savour the festive flavours in these urban wonderlands
What makes a good restaurant? It isn’t necessarily the food. Here is a toast to eight favourite eateries where a long, well-lubricated lunch might melt into midnight . . .
We round up the dining spots that make a meal sing (and dance)
From Shoreditch to Sydney, we ask the top mixologists what’s being shaken, stirred or swirled
Our food writer salutes an exciting new opening on London’s food scene
FT writers and correspondents reveal their food and drink obsessions
The couple behind Frieze have cooked up a modernist Mediterranean kitchen in London
Cut smoked pork sausage into chunks with Emmental, pickles and an astringent dressing and call it a salad. It’s fiendish genius
With a combined five Michelin stars for her restaurants in London and Paris, what remains for the superchef to conquer?
‘Goethe thought architecture was music, frozen; Silverton proves that meatballs are beatitude, minced’
Fancy a drink with Louise Bourgeois? Or gastronomy with Gormley? Here are the best places to hit up your art connections
We get a first taste at the Mayfair institution on a mission to recapture its glorious past
When two FT writers shared their top riverside pubs, we asked you for yours. And your nominees are . . .
Bespoke martinis in Mayfair, oysters in Piccadilly and chocolate soufflé in Chelsea — via stop-offs at gourmet food stores — with the chef-patron of Notting Hill’s three-Michelin-starred Core
Instead of showing us his trophy bottles, the modern bartender wants to woo us with conversation instead...
A toast to the UK capital’s finest waterfront watering holes — rich in history and offering good food and splendid views
Jesus Adorno, legendary maître d’ of Le Caprice, on why he made the move to Brown’s Hotel
A first look at an ambitious new wine bar, restaurant and members’ club in east London
A gastronomical tour of a west London market offers a new perspective on the city
‘A small but gracefully formed restaurant specialising in Basque cooking. They know exactly what they’re doing so they can do it with élan’
‘I first encountered Fenn on a dark, rainy evening. Yet the inclement conditions were offset by the warmth of the service and quality of the cooking’
‘The pâté aux herbes tastes as light, fresh and fragrant as Nigel Slater’s window box’
‘It is lovely to step aside from the noise and confusion of social dining and concentrate on something’
In this series from FT Globetrotter, leaders across a range of industries, from food to finance to fashion, share guides to their cities, with top spots to eat and drink, exercise, explore — and more
Some of London’s leading mixologists have created drinks inspired by the city’s diversity for the FT. Order them in person or try them at home