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[Translate]   Softening up the former Table 8 space’s angular modishness with generous gray curtains and seductive lighting, Scott Conant’s newest features an inventive raw bar (scallop carpaccio w/ caviar, olive oil-poached sardines w/ artichokes & preserved lemons…), shareable hot bites...

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Aaaah, food…

It is a necessity. It is a luxury.

There are so many cuisines served at so many venues in New York and London, you wouldn’t be able to taste all of them them even if you were to eat out all three meals of every day.

Other than the restaurants listed on this site, there are hundreds more in both cities. Every neighborhood is full of local gems. I just tried to list the well-known ones, the restaurants that are on most traveller’s “must-do” list.

Some of these restaurants are just about food (the taste, the quality), while others pay extra attention to the ambiance and presentation.