New update – April 2014…have a nice stay in London!

Pirouette tips : where to sleep in London

Pirouette tips : where to Eat in London

Hoi polloi –
Grain store –
Tramshed –– go for the meat, go for the scene.
Lima  London – Peruvian, delicious!

Dinings, Japanese fusion. You’ll need a reservation. 22 Harcourt Street. W1. Quiet pricey but excellent (sushi with foie gras are a must…)
Trishna, Indian 15-17 Blandford Street  London W1 – Modern&stylish  Indian
The Providores, 109 Marylebone High Street  London W1 – Creative fusion tapas
Pizza East.comt, 56 Shoreditch High Street  London E1 – great with kids
The Empress, 130 Lauriston Road, Victoria Park, London E9
Roti Chai, (India street food) 3 Portman Mews South W1
The Old White Bear, 1 Well Road, London NW3 (Hamptead)
Books for Cooks, 4 Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
The French House, 50 Lamb Conduit Street
Tombo,  Japanese 29 Thurloe Place London SW7 2HQ
The Balcon, (Former Ducasse chef) 8 Pall Mall
Nopi, 21-22 Warwick Street W1.
Ali, 27 Clerckenwell Street
Brawn, 49 Columbia Rd
Hakkasan, Hanway Place
The Approach Tavern, 47 Approach Road
Roka, Charlotte Street
Rochelle Canteen, Arnold Circus
St John, 26 St John’s street
Bistrotheque, 23-27 Wadeson Street
Wapping Project, Wapping Mall – quite stunning, in an old factory
Moro,34-36 Exmouth Market  City of London, EC1 – Spanish/Italian fusion. Very creative.
Zuma, Japanese contemporary cuisine – 5 Raphael Street, SW7 (Knightsbridge)

Good Life, 59 Sloane Avenue. For super healthy lunch salads, soups and sandwiches.