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There’s been a surge in fish restaurants in London, with new ideas complementing the established eateries. Pascal Proyart’s Knightsbridge offering is a bit under the radar compared to some of its glitzier neighbours, so IGT went to check it out.

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.

Review: Aster

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The new property developments at Victoria are bringing an overdue host of new dining options to the area, alongside offices and flats. D&D’s offering is Aster, a self-described “Nordic French” restaurant.


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Some of the best meals are just stumbled across when exploring a new city. Setting up in Bologna’s Mercato delle Erbe once the market has closed for the day, BANCO 32 is no exception, with the freshest fish served in striking surroundings. Where can IGT find one in London?

Bentley’s has hit the hundred year mark this September. With some of the capital’s other older institutions either shaky, or indeed gone entirely, IGT visits the Swallow Street staple to see how she’s doing at her centenary.