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Andina, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Martin Morales' heads west with his latest Andina, which brings the colourful cooking of the Peruvian Andes to the chic surroundings of Notting Hill

Orasay, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Jackson Boxer brings a taste of the Hebrides to Notting Hill in the form of Orasay, his third flavour-packed venture with Andrew Clarke

Pomona's, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Newly appointed head chef Ruth Hansom takes the reins with British sharing plates, masterful flavour combinations and simple food done well

108 Garage, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Golborne Road has a new upstart: the ultra-modern 108 Garage, which puts a small, technical open kitchen and experimental flavour pairings at the fore

Get in the festive spirit at Eat & Drink Festival – The Christmas Edition

From cooking with renowned chefs to creating cocktails, take your celebrations to the next level at Eat & Drink Festival – The Christmas Edition

Local Heroes: London's biggest and best supper clubs

We love restaurants, but sometimes, it's nice to go into a big room full of people you don't know, make some new friends, drink cocktails and eat great food.

London's best places to dine solo

Dining alone means you can order whatever the hell you like and eat it all, complete with a side-order of people-watching. Here's our favourite spaces for doing just that in the capital

Q&A: Clare Smyth on her first solo restaurant Core and celebrating British producers

After heading up the three-Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, hopes for Clare Smyth's first solo venture are high. We get the lowdown

Meet four champions of the farm-to-table dining movement

Farm-to-table dining isn't just a flash in the pan. From Dan Barber to Simon Rogan, we meet four success stories proving that the future of food is in hyperlocal produce and sensitively reared animals

Rudie's, Dalston: restaurant review

The Jamaican restaurant manages to be the best of both worlds, serving up modern versions of classic food and drink from the island that still feel totally authentic