Also known as the London Oratory and the Oratory of St Philip Neri, this Roman Catholic church is second in size only to the incomplete...
Victoria & Albert Museum
The Museum of Manufactures, as the V&A was known when it opened in 1852, was part of Prince Albert’s legacy to the nation in the...
Built for Michelin between 1905 and 1911 by François Espinasse, and completely restored in 1985, the building blurs the stylish line...
With its all-day service, this upmarket cafe has found an excellent niche between the museum district of South Kensington and the...
Regional French cooking is the vehicle at this good-looking brasserie. Expect the likes of tête de veau (the classic French veal dish; £17.75) and grilled rabbit with mustard (£16.75). Being French and very classic, dishes might feel heavy to some, but the sauces and the desserts are all spot on.