This Mojito Hot Toddy Is the Destroyer of Colds
1. The Flying Pig58-60 East Dulwich Rd, East Dulwich
2. Koya Bar50 Frith St, London
3. Gin JointThe Barbican, London
4. Marianne104 Chepstow St, London
5. Berners Tavern10 Berners St, London
6. Hoxley and Porter153 Upper St, London
7. Bo Làng100 Draycott Ave, London
8. Sager & Wilde193 Hackney Rd, London
Not only does the Flying Pig have a BBQ-loaded menu, they also pour a myriad of craft beers from a variety of European and American brewers.
Located in Soho, Koya Bar serves Japanese fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is open from 830am until late at night.
Gin Joint believes in honest advertising, serving up more than 40 different varieties of gin, as well as a tasty gin-influenced British food menu.
Owned and operated by Marianne Lumb, a former contestant of MasterChef, this five-table resto may be small in size, but you can't beat if for upscale fare.
Located in the lovely Edition hotel, Berners offers ornate surroundings and fine dining with menu items such as chargrilled quail and grass-fed beef.
This restaurant and bar features a uniquely decorated 19th-century colonial interior, while featuring craft cocktails and dishes from that period like barley & mushroom risotto and a more modern chocolate crème brûlée.
This Chelsea resto specializes in dim sum, but if that isn't quite your bag, they also serve a variety of salads, grilled and steamed Chinese dishes, and Oriental-inspired cocktails.
Sager & Wilde is a sleek wine bar serving reasonably price drinks by the bottle or glass, and varying day to day. The food menu boasts a rotating set of small plates. Behind the long iron-grate bar sits staff members who clearly know what they’re talking about, so rest assured you’ll get something to your liking. Overflowing with laid-back charm, this is the perfect spot to try wines you’ve never heard of (there's an extensive by-the-glass program) and then end up ordering several bottles worth. Also, the toasted sandwich game here is ace.