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...
After the hectic shopping swirl of Knightsbridge, the stylish simplicity and muted elegance of Zuma is refreshingly soothing. As are the...
Brompton Quarter Café
In case you can’t afford the haute cuisine at Gordon Ramsay’s, this bright modern café has some good inexpensive snack plates to share,...
Lonely Planet review
Brainchild of jockey Frankie Dettori and seminal chef Marco Pierre White, Frankie’s serves up good, solid, old-fashioned food (in this case, immigrant Italian) – and lots of it – in a basement bar and grill. The menu, popular with families, is top-heavy with steaks and fish, though burgers (£8.95) and pastas (£7.50 to £10.50) also figure.