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La Poule Au Pot

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La Poule Au Pot

It's a rare touch that makes somewhere romantic. It can have great food and an even better atmosphere, but without that extra je ne sais quoi, it will always be found lacking. La Poule Au Pot, among the most venerable and consistent of Belgravia bistros, has somehow managed to capture that something and has been churning it out ever since.

2016-07-14 15:37:52By

Winkel 43

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Winkel 43

Sometimes the best type of restaurants are the type that only really do one thing, but do it amazingly well. So it is with Winkel 43, providers of the best homemade apple pie in the whole of Amsterdam (a bold statement for us to make, but one that we feel is justified).

2016-07-14 10:25:00By

J+A Café, London

Food

J+A Café, London

Tucked away in a courtyard in London’s Clerkenwell - the district best known for its rich history, creative business hub and some of the capital’s best restaurants – sits J and A Café, a home away from home serving traditional Irish food and offering a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

2016-07-13 16:59:13By Angharad Jones

Restaurant Cofoco, Copenhagen

Food

Restaurant Cofoco, Copenhagen

Over the past couple of decades Danish food has enjoyed a real renaissance, leading the way in the New Nordic cuisine trend. It’s not just two-Michelin-star restaurant Noma (named Best Restaurant in the World four times over) that’s worth a visit either; the whole city is teeming with cafés and restaurants serving up impeccable food, drink and atmosphere.

2016-07-13 16:21:32By Angharad Jones

Dry Milano

Food

Dry Milano

No trip to Milan is complete without a taste of the city’s best pizza. While many restaurants may stake a claim to this accolade, Dry Milano is the one you need to visit for delicate, flavoursome dough and the freshest melt-in-the-mouth toppings.

2016-07-13 16:05:37By Angharad Jones

Charlie Bird, NYC

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Charlie Bird, NYC

Downtown Manhattan is one of the most exciting and culturally eclectic parts of the city, with a rich history of street art, design and music. Encapsulating this is Charlie Bird, a modern bistro-style restaurant in Soho with rustic New York style and contemporary Italian cuisine.

2016-07-12 17:00:28By Angharad Jones

Bhoga, Gothenburg

Food

Bhoga, Gothenburg

Sweden’s second largest city Gothenburg is rapidly gaining the reputation of being the country’s food capital. Boasting six restaurants with a Michelin star, it’s no wonder that this city is enjoying top culinary status, offering everything from fine dining to some of the world’s best street food - combined, of course, with impeccable Scandinavian design.

2016-07-12 16:44:14By Angharad Jones

Atelier September, Copenhagen

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Atelier September, Copenhagen

Copenhagen is home to an abundance of cafes, restaurants and bars but one of our favourite places to while away the day is Atelier September. Formerly an antique shop, Atelier September has created a charming character with a carefully curated mixture of old and new pieces.

2016-07-12 16:34:49By Clare Potts

The Bohemia, London

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The Bohemia, London

Over the past couple of years, the UK craft beer industry has undergone something of a renaissance. Once a treacherous money-sucking escapade for ale romantics, craft beer is now an industry able to offer a country-wide clientele and profitable success, with a large number of pubs now open to taking on new beers.

2016-07-12 16:15:22By Sarah Atkinson

Portland, London

Food

Portland, London

If there's one restaurant you visit in 2016, make it Portland. Situated on London's Great Portland Street, the small restaurant (it has just 45 covers) has become one of the city's best since it opened in January 2015.

2016-07-12 15:58:00By Angharad Jones