Scroll to Top
Connect

Restaurants & Bars

Read the very latest fine dining restaurant and bar reviews. The hottest new restaurants and bars around the country, tried and tested and reviewed by the Luxury Lifestyle Magazine team. Read our verdicts now!

Lutyens is a stunning restaurant situated on the infamous Fleet Street in Central London, which, up until a few months ago, was considered the most important location for journalism in the world, with...

For an exquisite array of textured, flavoured and perfectly spiced food I don’t think you can beat Indian food. I am not ashamed to say that it’s not often a week goes by where the other half...

With the charisma of Paris and London elegantly sewn into one and with a polished touch of Irish hospitality, The Coburg and Lemuel’s Bar within the five star surroundings of The Conrad, Dublin, are...

Big news for food lovers the world over, there’s one more reason to add Iceland to bucket lists with the announcement that the country’s very first Michelin star has been awarded to Reykjavik restaurant,...

The quintessentially British Sunday Roast is one of the most popular dishes in London. The capital is home to some of the fluffiest potatoes, the finest veg and the tastiest gravy in Britain, but it’s...

New menus devised by the new head chef, an award-winning Devon Cream Tea and a new kids-eat-free Sunday lunch offer make for a delicious excuse to dine at the Moorland Garden Hotel in Devon this March. With...

Steps away from The Gallery space of the five star Westbury Hotel in central Dublin is Wilde, a charismatic restaurant singing with sophistication and touches of 1930s charm. An al fresco hotel restaurant,...

Food and drink writer James Rogers takes a look at the recently opened Thai Silk restaurant in Southwark. Thai Silk in Southwark is the latest addition to the prestigious Royal China Group. It prides itself...

Spitalfields E1 is one of the most diverse parts of London, and the food of the market truly follows suit. Whether you’re craving good food, just fancy a snack, or feel like treating yourself to some...

Through a glass facade featuring layers of colourfully labeled sake bottles, Sakagura has arrived on the pedestrian pavements of Heddon Street. New and seriously smart, the name behind this Japanese venture...



win