Beau Rivage, Geneva

Le Chat Botté Restaurant

In Geneva for business or pleasure? A stay at the elegant Beau Rivage hotel is really a must, not least because of its renowned Le Chat Botté restaurant. Chef Dominique Gauthier, the recipient of a Michelin star, is the genius at the helm, creating stunning French and contemporary cuisine that will leave you going back again and again. More at: beau-rivage.ch

Darcie & May Green, Paddington

Darcie Green

Pop artist Sir Peter Blake is the designer behind two barges on the Grand Union Canal in Paddington serving delicious food and drink. The restaurant boat, Darcie Green, offers crowd-pleasers including halloumi fries and sticky beef short ribs, while May Green next door serves up cocktails and snacks. Come summer, the top decks will be the ultimate hangout for a spot of al fresco drinking. More at: daisygreenfood.com

Peckham Levels, Peckham

Peckham Levels

South London has fallen in love with Peckham Levels, an enormous new cultural hub which has everything from yoga space to music venues and studio hire for creatives. It’s the upper floors that interest us though, where seven food traders reside and offer everything from vegan pizza and fried chicken burgers to Hawaiian, French and Chinese cuisine. That’s worth a trip across town, surely. More at: peckhamlevels.org

Nuala Bar, City Road

Nuala Bar

East London’s new all-day restaurant and Irish bar, Nuala, promises to serve up some gastronomic delights. The kitchen is run by Colin McSherry, formerly of Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck, but we can’t help being more tempted by the giant fire pit where the food is cooked, as well as daily live music. More at: nualalondon.com

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