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St Moritz, Soho, London. Who can resist a bit of fondue when the temperature drops. Can recommend the house red, don't forget to ring one of the bells before you leave!

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Restaurant review: Spuntino

Spuntino, Rupert Street, Soho, W1. American diner. No reservations but worth it! Unexpectedly, the truffled egg toast was sooo yummy. Really like the casual style of dining with the ability to choose lots of small plates so you can try alot!

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Chotto Matte

This is where the cool kids hang out. Chotto Matte, in the heart of Soho, is the epitome of what’s hot. Japanese graffiti lines the statement walls on both floors, an in-house DJ plays live and the food is a Peruvian-Japanese fusion. Barbecued, sautéed, sushi and tempura. Sharing plates are the house style. Definitely order the padron peppers, sea bass sashimi and octopus for the table. Dessert was a decadent salted caramel chocolate fondant – not one to share.

The Riding House Café

The Riding House Cafe - Oxford Circus. I have to do a lot of meetings in the west end, and whenever I do I always take them here because to me it sums up London, quirky but so beautiful and with a touch of something old fashioned. I adore it here and they do the best pancakes in London!