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Pied à Terre, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

There's thoughtful, creative cooking to be found at quintessential Fitzrovia restaurant Pied à Terre, where punchy flavours meet surprisingly new-school wines

Le Cordon Bleu launches its 2017 UK Scholarship Award

The elite cookery school continues to shape London's food industry with a prestigious scholarship to its Grand Diplôme and an internship at Virgilio Martinez's LIMA Fitzrovia

Flavour of the Week: Samarkand

Not familiar with Central Asian cuisine? New Fitzrovia restaurant Samarkand shows why you should be

Make Sweet Chick’s ultimate fried chicken

Fitzrovia newcomer Sweet Chick serves some pretty bomb fried chicken. We asked founder John Seymour to give us the joint’s secret recipe

Flavour of the Week: Foley's

Leaving a vaunted restaurant like The Palomar takes guts, but its former sous chef Mitz Vora shows us how it's done at his new solo venture, Foley's in Fitzrovia

Mere, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

After cutting her teeth in the Roux family’s kitchens, Monica Galetti shows craft, confidence and plenty of imagination at her first solo restaurant

Norma, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

Ben Tish's new restaurant in Fitzrovia has a Sicily-inspired menu, a sultry ambience, and some excellent cocktails just waiting for your attention

Flavour of the Week: Piquet

British-meets-French cuisine may not be new, but Allan Pickett marries the two with considerable panache at this former underground car park-turned-elegant, wood-panelled dining room in Fitzrovia

Truman's, Hackney Wick: brewery review

The one-time biggest brewery in the world reopened in Hackney in 2013, and now its Fitzrovia taproom is bringing Truman's beer back to London pubs

Greyhound Cafe, Fitzrovia: restaurant review

Bangkok-inspired Greyhound Café is the latest addition to London's growing clutch of authentic Thai restaurants. Bring your mates – and an appetite