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Regent Street

Wine and Dine

Eat Drink Relax

Dining on Heddon Street

It's the modern foodie dilemma: deciding just where to dine now that Central London has so much to offer. Long a favourite of knowing Londoners who love to combine shopping and eating, Heddon Street, tucked discreetly behind Regent Street, offers a wealth of delectable choice for a relaxed break, yet is only moments from the buzz of the West End.

Brasserie Zédel Review

Having recently celebrated Bastille Day in typically French style, it seemed only fitting to sample the menu at Brasserie Zédel and take in the delights of the vast dining room and adjoining cocktail bar.

Café Society on Regent Street

Late summer on Regent Street is about embracing the lively café culture of Swallow Street and Heddon Street.

Celebrate French Dining at The Balcon

This week, The Balcon restaurant at the Sofitel Hotel is celebrating the very best in French gastronomy with a special evening of dining to honour the tradition and experimental tastes of French delicacies. The Goût de France, or Good France, is a unique dining experience taking place across five continents with 1000 internationally renowned chefs participating. For one night only, The Balcon at Sofitel on Regent Street will help celebrate this century-old tradition.

Breakfast at The Criterion

If you are visiting the capital this Easter weekend, make sure you’re sufficiently fuelled with the indulgent new breakfast menu from The Criterion Restaurant. Offering a French inspired twist on classic breakfast staples, Head Chef Artan Hasa has created a menu that promises to leave guests feeling full and satisfied.

MASH Review

To celebrate the NFL fan party arriving on Regent Street this weekend, we took a visit to famed American steak house, MASH on Brewer Street, to sample their world leading steak cuts from some of the best cattle in the world.

New Year Detox

If you have made a New Year Resolution to eat more healthily in 2015 then look no further than Regent Street for some fantastic ways to help you reach your nutrition and dieting goals. Whether you want to learn to cook healthy meals from scratch or simply find dining inspiration there are some great places to start your New Year detox on Regent Street.

New Solutions Menu at Aqua Kyoto

This month aqua london invites guests to choose between a healthy guilt-free menu at aqua kyoto for contemporary Japanese cuisine or an indulgent menu at aqua nueva for modern Spanish cuisine with the launch of their New Year Solutions menus.

Tibits Review

The award winning vegetarian restaurant Tibits sits in the heart of Heddon Street’s bustling food district and promises diners an almost overwhelming range of vegetarian cuisine from across the globe.

Sushi Restaurant The Araki Arrives on Regent Street

World renowned Sushi master and chef Mitsuhiro Araki has chosen to open his exclusive new sushi restaurant The Araki in Regent Street.

Q&A with Heddon Street Kitchen's Maria Tampakis

She's set to be the hottest new chef on the block, taking the helm of Gordon Ramsay’s latest venture Heddon Street Kitchen. Maria Tampakis talks to Alexa Baracaia about her Greek girlhood, the perfect pizza and being a woman in a macho industry.

Piccolino presents The Cicchetti Bar

Piccolino recently celebrated the opening of its new late night bar on Heddon Street with a suitably glamourous launch party for invited celebrities.

Regent Street Welcomes Heddon Street Kitchen

Leading celebrity restaurateur Gordon Ramsay has recently launched his new dining venture in Regent Street’s Food Quarter, Heddon Street. Heddon Street Kitchen is an all day restaurant and bar set over two spacious floors with a stylish mix of vintage and modern interiors.

The Domino Effect at Hotel Café Royal

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Hotel Cafe Royal on Regent Street, The Club will be launching ‘The Domino Effect’, a series of international guest chef collaborations during which The Club will host some of the world’s greatest chefs. Guests will be invited to sample some exclusive taster menus in the newly launched Domino Room restaurant created specially by renowned two-Michelin starred Spanish chef Paco Roncero.

The Balcon at Sofitel St James Review

In the heart of St James’s sits the Sofitel Hotel and its beautiful all day dining restaurant, The Balcon. Only a stone’s throw from Regent Street, The Balcon is the ideal venue for business and leisure guests alike. Taking its inspiration from a French brasserie, The Balcon features exceptional décor and has a warm inviting atmosphere punctuated with soft jazz funk music.

Vegan Dining at Tibits

Following on from the success of Meat Free Monday, award winning vegetarian restaurant Tibits have recently launched Vegan Tuesdays; an innovative menu to celebrate the new season. Quietly nestled in Heddon Street, Regent Street’s stylish Food Quarter, Tibits has always pioneered vegetarian dining with a difference, so loyal patrons can expect more of the same from their new vegan menu.

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Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus (Southern end of Regent Street): Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines

Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.