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Wonderful ambience. Very chic in a relaxed way. Delicious food and incredibly attentive staff. Little extras like parmesan and walnuts and olives to start as well as mini ice cream bars for petit fours were beer welcome. Definitely will go back MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Went to Silver Lining twice in 5 days, which was fantastic as it gave me the chance to try other things on the menu that I had missed on my first visit. Amazing, inventive food with food/flavour combinations that seem a bit strange on paper but which actually taste wonderful. The staff are fantastic, the venue is stylish but relaxed, the wine selection is good. I definitely recommend and will be going back again soon. I eat out a lot and my meals at Silver Lining are definitely in my top 10. My two favourites were the duck and the salmon sashimi. My words cannot do justice to those dishes. Go along and try them yourself! Incredibly talented chef! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The new restaurant, Akira, is on the first floor of Japan House London. Named after Chef SHIMIZU Akira, the restaurant presents an authentic Japanese dining experience based on Akira’s ‘trinity of cooking’ principles – food, tableware and presentation.
Visit for lunch or dinner to experience Japanese-style omotenashi hospitality and the theatre of cooking as chefs prepare dishes reflecting Japan’s diverse food offer, using seasonal ingredients over roaring robata (charcoal grill) flames. Highlights of the menu include imaginative sushi specialities and chargrilled kushiyaki skewers made from umami-rich wagyu beef, pork, chicken, seafood and vegetables. The Japanese staple of rice will be prepared in a donabe, clay pot.More
ROVI is a marriage between the Ottolenghi flavours that we know and love, and the intensity of our Robata grill. It is something that we haven’t done before. Bold flavours and vivid colours, inspired by the bright spices of the Middle East, the rich scents of the Mediterranean and the smokey intensity of Japanese barbecue.
We source our produce locally, with emphasis on not only delicious food, but also sustainability and seasonality. Our wine list makes us feel joy. We champion small producers committed to making wine with low intervention, both in the vineyard and during the wine making process. Our cocktails trace the changing seasons, utilising oft-discarded ingredients.
The restaurant is an expression of everything we love. The heart of Ottolenghi remains, yet white washed walls are replaced with deep earth tones. The lavish salad displays are available to take away during the day, before the grill takes centre stage in the evening. More
Welcome to TapaVino. We love checking out new dishes and introducing our guests to new things. While we are all about sharing good food we also love wine and as such you can expect to find plenty from our eclectic collection.
Check out our Daily boards for specials and don't forget to ask about our secret dishes also.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.More
Opened in December 2016, in the heart of the most vibrant and exuberant district of the city, Temakinho Soho brought the irresistible flavour of Nippo-Brazilian fine cuisine to the British capital.
Inspired by Brazilian naif art of the mid-nineteen hundred, the interior decor conveys the idea of a virgin forest within the urban jungle that is London.
Thanks to an unfaltering attention to sustainability and ethical farming, Temakinho is proud to offer a selection of high-quality, fish-based dishes such as petiscos, tartaras and unique rolls.
Our dishes are the product of an ever-evolving culinary research by our chefs who strive to create new and surprising flavors, while carrying on the values of a tradition born when two very different cultures met, over a century ago.More
If dining in the U.K. still evokes lackluster fish and chips or sorry boiled vegetables, it’s time for a trip. Call it the renaissance of British cuisine—from revived and updated bangers and mash to regional authentic Chinese, London has rewritten its own culinary story and now proudly bears the qualities of a veritable food destination. With a population of nearly 8.8 million people and one of the most popular airports in the world, the city is a bastion of cultural and culinary diversity, from an old world Parsi café and forage-forward tasting menus, to rethought English breakfasts and markets of all types. We’ll cheers to that.