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It may not be clear whether Croydon is really in London or Surrey, but one thing is – you don’t expect to find fine dining nestled amongst the kebab and chicken shops of South End. IGT seems to have found one though, and investigates whether it can meet the standards seen in the centre of town.

IGT takes the gastronomic temperature of the Thai capital in the spring, from the sublime to the (fabulously) ridiculous, with Richard Spurr’s take on the Michelin-starred Nahm, as well as the food stalls of the back streets.

As the sharing style French bistro strikes out from Soho to establish an east London outpost, IGT’s very own food editor returns to the original’s Jungle Room for a taste of private dining.

A self-proclaimed “grotty rundown pub by the sea” is by far the last place you would expect to find a Michelin-starred restaurant …