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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!

Restaurant Review: No. Fifty Cheyne, Chelsea in London

An elegant townhouse situated deep within the sleepy streets of residential Chelsea, No. Fifty Cheyne is the Royal Borough’s latest laid-back luxe destination. A refined private house overlooking the...

When I’m asked for my favourite restaurants in London, Les 110 de Taillevent is always on my list. I can’t quite remember how I came across it, but I do remember choosing to dine there for my birthday...

A classic dining destination with the ultimate in Michelin starred decadence is Galvin at Windows, residing at the summit of Hilton Park Lane. In celebration of its 13thBirthday the iconic restaurant has...

Travel writer Sophie Ibbotson visits French ski resort Courchevel to check out the local culinary scene. You come to the French Alps the first time for the skiing, but return again and again to Courchevel...

Looking for the best hotel dining outside of the UK? Here are four of the very best upcoming restaurant openings by celebrity chefs from around the globe. And rest assured they will be worth every penny...

Australasia is a swish sushi restaurant located underground in Manchester’s Spinningfields district; there you’ll find a mixture of Instagram ready millennials, primed to be photographed with...

Situated snugly on the river Thames with a striking view of Tower Bridge, La Pont de la Tour is set within a former tea warehouse just moments from the water. Inside white clothed tables assemble themselves...

Nick Hawke, the Talland Bay Hotel’s head chef, learnt his trade from a Michelin-starred chef …. and his grandmother. Cooking alongside Grandma in her Cornish cottage kitchen, in the tiny hamlet...

There’s nothing better than finding an unexpected treasure of a restaurant. Somewhere that can’t rely on a brand name to get people through the door. An eatery which changes its menu with the...

Luxury isn’t simply defined by personalisation but also the opportunity for choice. Take one look at the menu at Palm Beach Casino and its clear to see that its USP is offering diners a vast variety...

There is something quite thrilling about visiting a restaurant and experiencing a rediscovery of taste once in a while. For many, dining is an entirely indulgent experience, where your palate journeys...

Alongside Whole Foods and The Ivy Kensington Brasserie, the most refined elements of the Japanese culture have truly made a mark on the quintessential Kensington High Street; and no, this isn’t another...

London is a wonderful place for visitors like myself who cannot wait to immerse themselves in culture, fine dining restaurants and sumptuous hotels. Brimming with bars, rammed with restaurants, with a...

Backed by Mabel Capital, the private investment firm with partners such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafael Nadal, and Enrique Iglesias, Mediterranean-Japanese restaurant Zela made a splash the moment it arrived...

A revival of the sixties, VIVI is a new restaurant that has recently transformed the Centre Point development. Crushed pinks with hues of teal, finished with polished wood touches create a chic 1960s that...

In Sanskrit, the word “kutir” refers to a small cottage in the middle of nowhere. Tucked away on Lincoln Street in Chelsea, we ring the doorbell and are welcomed in to Chef Rohit Ghai and business...

It’s not an understatement to say Bemelman’s is a time capsule, straight out of the 1920’s. This Art Deco bar oozes charm and decadence and is aptly named after the author and illustrator...

Right around the corner from buzzing Leather Lane market in Farringdon sits chef Mark Jarvis’ modern British restaurant, Anglo. The décor is minimalist and has a mix of rustic wooden tables and industrial...

Nestled down a side street just off Kensington High Street is a quaint little restaurant, Chakra. Serving predominately North Indian cuisine with Punjabi influences, their philosophy is based on the chakra...

In London you are never short of a good quality restaurant, whether there are Michelin stars, AA rosettes or some damn good personal recommendations attached to its name. There is nowhere quite like the...

We know cities are getting better at catering for both vegetarians and vegans, but New York is one of the cities taking it to the next level. Not only do they boast an impressive range of green eateries,...

With its name taken from boxing top dog Jack Solomon and found hidden beyond a simple kiosk entrance, Jack Solomons is a speak easy style bar that epitomises old school style glamour. The very site where...

Before December I’d been vegetarian for several months. After a fish-fuelled holiday in Croatia, I’d really overdone it on the seafood front – and the thought of fish made me queasy....

One of the restaurants situated within the City of London’s iconic ‘Walkie-Talkie’ building is The Darwin Brasserie – Sky Garden’s go to all-day dining destination, looking over England’s concrete...

If you were unable to participate in Veganuary due to your affinity for cheese, cream, and eggs, fear not. March has been named UK Vegetarian Month, which means that you can enjoy your greens with a side...

Essex-brand Bourgee opened the first of its brand new ‘Luxe Lounge’ restaurants in November at the Castle Mall’s Timberhill Terrace. Launched by entrepreneur James Welling and celebrity chef Mark...

Words by Sally Meeson Behind the front door of every London townhouse lies a story. Recently, in Chelsea’s Sloane Square, I discovered a new one. Past a large green door and down a wooden staircase,...

Every January, one of the things I look most forward to is being able to try a new restaurant for my birthday dinner. I’ve had a great track record so far with restaurants like The Ninth and Portland...

Downtown New York is home to the city’s buzzing financial district; from dawn till dusk the sky-high offices are brimming with life and the streets overflowing with briefcase-clutching workers dashing...

When I think of restaurants inside department stores, I don’t usually allow myself to get too excited. But we’re talking about Selfridges here, and Oxford Street’s temple of all things...

A favourite on the Milanese fine dining circuit, Camillo Benso opened its first international outpost in London in August of last year. Its location on quiet Blenheim Street keeps it perfectly tucked away...

After being born and raised in Manila, which has a stellar collection of authentic Japanese restaurants in its own Little Tokyo neighbourhood, it’s been surprisingly difficult for me to find the same...

Five minutes’ drive – or a 30-minute walk – from Lake Windermere and the town of Bowness, yet away from the touristy hustle bustle, set on a hillside stands the grand Linthwaite House. A contemporary...

Argentina is hoping to welcome over nine million tourists in 2019. With its beautiful culture and delectable food, there’s no wonder that it’s expected to be one of the tourist hotspots of the year...

The final abode of legendary Irish writer Oscar Wilde, L’Hôtel is one of Paris’ best kept secrets and a favourite among a more discerning breed of celebrity – Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra...

Balham’s iconic bar, The Bedford, has recently re-opened following a full renovation with an audacious new persona. Now sporting chic interiors, its ‘club room’ at the rear of the building has recently...

Zeera located at Conrad Pune is an authentic Indian restaurant with a show kitchen. The elegantly designed space impresses as one steps in what with plush seating, stylish interiors and a regal look. Located...

The UK’s best pub chefs, many of whom hold Michelin stars, gathered this week to celebrate their positions on the ultimate list of food pubs and to recognise 10 years of the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs...

As the world’s 10th largest city, it’s safe to say New York can be overwhelming. Just googling ‘things to do’ can leave you in a pickle. So, thankfully, on a recent Christmas break to the Big Apple,...

When it comes to capturing the delights of India, it’s dreamy mountain vistas and palm-fringed beaches are made for the camera lens. However, it’s the country’s many culinary delights from colourful...

The upcoming 2019 Lunar New Year welcomes the Year of the Pig, which symbolises wealth and good fortune. With celebrations beginning on the 5th of February and lasting all the way until the lantern festival...