Within stumbling distance of the Thames, this summer home of the bishops of London from 704 to 1975 is an appealing blend of...
London Wetland Centre
One of Europe’s largest inland wetland projects, this 43-hectare centre run by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust was transformed from...
With a terrific bamboo-shielded terrace fronting a quiet road, the JG has been lovingly and eclectically kitted out; you’d never guess...
The speciality at this much-loved restaurant is the subtle cuisine of Portugal’s former colony on India’s west coast. Winning dishes...
Lonely Planet review
This understated traditional little Japanese restaurant turns out excellent sushi and sashimi, as well as tempura and kushiage (deep-fried meat or vegetable skewers) which you can pair nicely with a glass of junmai daiginjo (a kind of highly refined ‘pure rice’ sake).