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9 expert recommendations
It's a triumph of taste over technology at wunderkind Ollie Dabbous's extraordinary game-changer off Charlotte Street. Full review →
A white-hot table, Dabbous (the S is silent) shines through arty, crisp dishes using local and seasonal ingredients. Full review →
Dabbous sports industrial decor of exposed pipes and brick walls, wood and metal, and no-frills table settings. Full review →
And so we come at last to the Holy Grail for which your correspondent has been searching: an exquisite tasting menu in London. Full review →
A table at Dabbous is currently one of the hottest tickets in town but that owes more to the fact that Ollie Dabbous is an extremely talented chef and his cooking is something special. Full review →
One of London’s hottest restaurants, serving light modern cuisine in a warmly distressed space.
The fish course featured the most traditional dish, slow-cooked salmon in a lightly foamed white wine sauce spiked with buttermilk – not unusual in conception, but just right in all its detail. Full review →
Meats are skilfully cooked too, particularly barbecued ibérico pork with almond praline – one for fans of peanut butter. Full review →
Foodies flock to this much "hyped" Fitzrovia venue to "savour smart, ingenious combinations" of "cutting-edge" Modern European cuisine. Full review →