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It must have been 1989 when I first visited South Sands. Being two years old at the time I must rely on …

Around since 1984, Yoshino is very much at the top of its game, and yet remains a little off the radar. IGT’s tried everything on the menu so we’ve got the guide to run you through the best Japanese cuisine in London.

Claude Bosi has always been at the forefront of modern French fine dining, and has claimed the rightful two Michelin stars at two incarnations of Hibiscus. But Bibendum is something new – Claude in a fitting environment for his cuisine.

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.

We reckon Colombia’s in contention for being the next hot foodie destination, not to mention the stunning heritage from the Golden Age of piracy and privateering. IGT investigates Cartagena and the capital.


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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?

Mark Sergeant’s Rocksalt in Folkestone has been a disappointing meal on several occasions for IGT. Leave it out, and go enjoy some unpretentious fish and chips (along with the odd tasty twist on the menu) at his other venture, The Smokehouse.