Review: Dinner On The Mews At Hunter 486

by Neon London

You would be forgiven for walking down Great Cumberland Place in the leafy neighbourhood of Marylebone and thinking you had find yourself in a dining desert. The street is scattered with beautiful houses, hotels and oh so quaint little muses but restaurants are few. Good thing I was informed by someone in the know that The Arch London had a gem of a restaurant known as Hunter 486 hidden within its walls. Walking into the Arch London is like being transported to another time period. You enter a building one would more associate with a grand town house rather than a hotel and you are welcomed by friendly, knowledgable staff [&hellip

Bone Daddies: brilliance in broth

by Aimee Sics

The first solo venture from Aussie chef Ross Shonhan, whose impressive CV includes being head chef of Zuma London, and Nobu in Dallas, Bone Daddies is all about challenging people’s perceptions of Japan.

Bar + Block Steakhouse, Kings Cross

by Aimee Sics

Let us introduce Bar + Block Steakhouse: an all-day restaurant and bar that is serving up top-notch fare and a wide-range of craft beer and ciders, alongside cocktails and wine with a bill that is thankfully fit for us non-plutocratic types.

Review: Brunch with a View at Urban Coterie

by Sarah Brown

Neon’s foodie Sarah reviews Urban Coterie’s bottomless Brunch with a View. The Shoreditch restaurant from Searcys and Anthony Demetre offers a menu that includes three courses and unlimited Mimosas for £

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