Reviews

Tried & tasted: Royal China
150 150 Molly Dyson

Royal China is a group of restaurants that has its London clientele…

Tried & tasted: AD12 at T42
150 150 Molly Dyson

The incredible space on the 24th floor of London’s Tower 42 was…

Tried & Tasted: Hibiscus
150 150 Molly Dyson

Some restaurants are fun, casual affairs where you might drop in to…

Checking in: Fraser Suites
150 150 Molly Dyson

In the first of an occasional series of hotel reviews, Colette Doyle…

Tried & Tasted: The Churchill Bar & Terrace
150 150 Molly Dyson

Winston Churchill was someone who famously enjoyed a libation now and then, writes…

Tried & Tasted: Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen
150 150 Molly Dyson

When it comes to finding something good to eat at an airport…

Tried & Tasted: Thirty Six
150 150 Molly Dyson

The atmosphere of Thirty Six is quiet and reserved: one that indicates…

Tried & Tasted: 1776 at 1 Lombard Street
150 150 Molly Dyson

As the name suggests, 1776 is a restaurant redolent of history. The…

Tried & Tasted: Galvin Brasserie de Luxe
150 150 Molly Dyson

It may have taken the astounding sum of £24 million to restore…

Tried & Tasted: The Association Restaurant
150 150 Molly Dyson

The Hilton at Wembley is designed to perfectly complement the iconic stadium, writes Nicole Holgate. A Best of British theme runs throughout the eating spaces. At the main restaurant, The Association, muted reds and royal blues create a cosy ambience in spite of the floor-to-ceiling glass that lets you look out on to the stadium. My friend and I are also shown the boardroom and ballroom, with a capacity of 700, that allows the hotel to host events, making use of the in-house catering service.