The Good Food Guide is launching a dedicated London edition to eating out in the capital next month.

The move sees the guide, which has been publishing its UK wide edition for 56 years, follow the lead of Michelin, which launched a special London guide last year.

Edited by Elizabeth Carter, The Good Food Guide London will feature interviews with chefs and will include food markets and delis as well as dedicated features on business dining and child-friendly restaurants, a glossary of ethnic cuisines and foodie day trips in London.

A spokesman for Which? the publisher of the guide said: “The Good Food Guide London offers a comprehensive introduction to the maze of eating options in the capital and explores the full diversity of London eateries, from Brick Lane curry houses to world-renowned hotel restaurants.”

The Good Food Guide London will be published on 12 March.

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By Kerstin Kühn

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