London: The Hit List


The Hit List

The October Hit List: Trattoria Brutto, Bibi, Decatur at Quality Wines, and More

With cool temperatures upon us and the run up to the festive season looming, where better to retreat indoors than…

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The September Hit List: Kurisu Omakase, Sessions Arts Club, Imone, and More

As autumnal jackets make their first appearance in months and a cold snap in the air signals the end of…

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The August Hit List: Lighthaus, Kitchen Table, Jolene, Sucre, and More

As the last month of summer arrives, we’re praying for one last flourish of hot weather between the thunderstorms. Meanwhile,…

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The July Hit List: Bao Noodle Shop, Bodega Rita’s, Catalyst Roasters, and More

With a third wave looming and London’s signature summer weather out in full force, we’ll need all the Euros cheer…

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The June Hit List: The NoMad Restaurant, Humble Chicken, Cafe Bao, and More

London isn’t quite at full capacity, but we’ve got more new restaurants in this roundup than there have been for…

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The May Hit List: Sambal Shiok, Bake Street, Garden Museum Cafe, and More

It’s been a few weeks since restaurants have reopened for outdoor dining, and with the city standing on the brink…

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The April Hit List: Mr Ji, Marksman, The River Cafe, and More

Restaurants are back. Sure, it’s outdoor only for now, but the cost-benefit equation of wearing a light jacket to have…

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The December Hit List: Darjeeling Express, Café Deco, St John Smithfield, and More

For a brief period, London’s restaurants reopen their doors for guests, who can cosy up in the corner of an…

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The November Hit List: Mr. Ji, Akoko, Barrafina Mariscos, and More

With autumn in full swing and winter around the corner, London’s restaurants have been a source of strength and comfort…

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The September Hit List: Chishuru, Cora Pearl, Sollip, and More

Summer doesn’t technically end for another month, meaning that for a brief time, diners get the best of both worlds…

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