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Flavour of the Week: M Restaurants Victoria

This week, we take a trip to Victoria Street to visit the second M Restaurants, Martin Williams' shrine to steak

London's most beautiful restaurants

Sometimes, it's not just all about what's on your plate – surroundings need to be equally appetising. Happily, these restaurants all look good enough to eat

A deep dive into New Zealand's food scene

A growing movement to bring Māori culinary traditions to greater prominence, combined with an outstanding array of homegrown produce, means that New Zealand's drinking and dining scene is really shining

Neptune, Bloomsbury: restaurant review

Welcome to Neptune, Principal London's seafood restaurant that's making waves in London's hotel restaurant scene with its stylish interiors and best of British menu

The Laughing Heart, Hackney: restaurant review

With its focus on quirky natural wines and Tom Anglesea's ambitious but pared-down fine-dining fare, The Laughing Heart is a jewel in the crown of Hackney's food scene

London coffee culture's Antipodean roots

Ask a Londoner and they'll tell you our coffee scene is among the best in the world. But ask an Australian or a Kiwi and they'll say it all started from there

11 of London’s best doughnuts (and where to buy)

You can keep your Olympic rings. We’ll stick to the sport of shovelling doughnut rings from the likes of Doughnut Time and Rinkoff Bakery down our gullet

What not to miss at London Craft Beer Festival

London Craft Beer Festival is back for its fifth year, and with a line-up so good you won't know what to do first. Enter our handy guide

Legendary French chef Pierre Koffmann on his 50 years in the kitchen

After 50 years cooking, 46 of them in London, and a raft of acolytes across the capital, what spurs Pierre Koffmann on? We meet a chef who’s been there and done it all

Q&A: Mazi Mas founder Niki Kopcke on how food can make a difference

We chat to Mazi Mas founder Niki Kopcke about why food is the best way of learning about new cultures – and why it's never been more important