Quality, value, no queues: pick two. This is the essential compromise of central London dining. As property prices rise and investment flows into the city with a centripetal force, it becomes more and more difficult to find places where it’s possible to eat daily for a reasonable price. This is despite the overwhelming increase in the number of restaurants on the streets of the capital.
Central London may be slowly becoming a plaything for the rich, but a mixed economy remains and many of the b... Read more