From Champagne and caviar in Bank to Sunday roasts in Knightsbridge and a Korean omakase dining experience in Kensington

Hawksmoor, Yeoman's Row

Great British Life: Caviar House at Threadneedles Hotel House at Threadneedles Hotel

Steakhouse group Hawksmoor knows a thing or two about Sunday roasts, replicating the traditional method of roasting meats over an open fire for optimum results. The best way to experience its roasts is with its Sunday Feasting menu, where diners can choose from any of its blackboard sharing cuts and add trimmings such as cauliflower cheese, celeriac mash and sausage gravy, or try roasted bone marrow and onions (its Yorkshire puddings are also sublime). Don’t hang around though; Hawksmoor tends to sell out of cuts before the day is out, and for good reason...

Caviar House at Threadneedles Hotel

Great British Life: Caviar House at Threadneedles Hotel House at Threadneedles Hotel

Caviar House and Prunier is opening at Threadneedles Hotel this month. Renowned for its world-class caviar and exquisite seafood, this collaboration looks set to redefine the city's fine dining scene. Nestled in the vibrant and historic City of London, Threadneedles Hotel is the ultimate backdrop for a partnership that exudes sophistication and elegance.

Starter courses include, the BALIK Discovery, where delicate slivers of salmon, smoked to perfection, melt in your mouth, leaving behind a mesmerising symphony of subtle flavours. The menu then takes you on a journey through the depths of the sea, offering a selection of mains such as the Seafood Platter, its array of oysters, salmon, and shellfish enhanced by a velvety Caviar House sauce. Or the bestselling Lobster Brioche Roll, gently steamed for tenderness.

Of course, no visit to Caviar House at Threadneedles would be complete without a taste of its pièce de résistance - caviar. Like diamonds of the sea, these precious pearls are meticulously sourced and expertly served with a touch of finesse.

Korean Grill Kensington

Great British Life: Korean Kensington GrillKorean Kensington Grill

KGK is the first and only Korean grill in the Kensington area - and the only restaurant in London to offer a Korean Omakase dining experience. Omakase literally means ‘I leave it up to you,’ diners leave it up to the chef to select and serve seasonal specialities.

KGK offers a journey into Korean dining BBQ culture. Each table at KGK has an inbuilt tabletop style grill for a traditional Korean BBQ cuisine of grilling meat over a hot grill in the centre of the table. Diners will be provided with chopsticks and tongues to grill (and a good tip is only to flip the meat once for a good texture of meat!) Non marinated yummy Japanese Wagyu rib eye steak is on the menu to grill as well as whole tiger prawns and seasonal vegetables for non- meat options.

KGK isoffering lunchtime set menus between £22-25; Korean salads, a choice of Bulgogi (marinated beef), rice/soup, bibimbap and seasonal dessert like Soybean ice-cream to enjoy with friends. A vegan menu that is reminiscent of a day at a Buddhist temple and will include hot stone rice dishes. The evening menu A La Carte comes in at around £65 per head and the pièce de résistance the Chef’s Omakase experience.

The Lanesborough Grill, Hyde Park Corner

For the king of Sunday roasts, the only place to head is the Lanesborough Grill at the Lanesborough Hotel, where antique trolleys and tableside carving whisk diners back to a time of old-fashioned decadence. Chef Shay Cooper has created a menu of unashamedly classic British dishes, from starters of Coronation crab salad or sweet garlic risotto to mains of roast sirloin of beef, Scottish halibut, Rhug Estate lamb, and beef Wellington, all prepared deftly at the table by immaculately dressed waiting staff for the ultimate Sunday experience. The cost is £75 for three courses.

Petrossian, South Kensington

With the cosy Autumn days setting in, where better to while away the afternoon sipping on Champagne and enjoying some seriously delicious caviar delights, than in Petrossian’s beautiful gourmet café in South Kensington?

The intimate café has just 16 covers, and serves an exquisite array of hot dishes from 11.30am-3pm, with cold dishes and deli plates until 7pm, accompanied by a range of fine wines, champagne and vodka. A carefully curated menu of Petrossian delicacies and cult recipes includes an Organic Soft Boiled Egg served with Ossetra caviar, Oven Baked Potato with Caviar, a selection of Petrossian’s famous Taramas, Truffle Tartine, a wide range of Smoked Salmon and the famous Petrossian Croque, served with caviar, truffle or pata negra.

Founded in Paris in 1920 by brothers Melkoum and Mouchegh Petrossian, the company is still fully family-owned today. Petrossian’s boutiques and restaurants have spread from the historic first location on Boulevard de Latour-Maubourg in Paris to New York, Brussels, Las Vegas and West Hollywood, and now - London.