Child Friendly

Giraffe Café: everyday favourite, great and wide ranging menu.

Julie's in Holland Park: crèche on Sunday so you can enjoy the roast without the ruckus.

The Wolseley: contagiously glamorous, surprisingly tolerant, and I do believe a child rises to an occasion.


Meatliquor: noisy, chaotic, for all the food you would never let your children eat.

Pollen Street Social: slick, well executed dishes and up to the hype.

Le Caprice: the original, the best for ladies' power lunching.

Date Night

Andrew Edmonds: the classic and inimitable candle-in-chianti-bottle style romantic bistro.

Hakkasan: sexy and expensive.

Garnier, Earls Court Road: Love is sharing a Chateaubriand.


Cigalon, Chancery Lane: elegant Provençale restaurant, you will need to reserve ahead for a booth.

Bread Street Kitchen, One New Change: especially for breakfasts.

Dean Street Townhouse: home of relaxed but ferocious Soho networking, plus sterling cocktails.

Iberica Canary Wharf: versatile dining at this informal yet impressive tapas restaurant.

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