The masculine dining room references the original Ivy, rather than slavishly imitating it

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1, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London WC2 (020-3301 0200)

The Normandy Arms, restaurant review: Devon pub is a grilling short of heavenly perfection

Chapel Street, Blackawton, Devon, Tel: 01803 712 884

Rex & Mariano, restaurant review: Harbour-to-table is a nice concept ... but ditch the iPads

St Anne's Court, London W1. About £30 a head before drinks or service

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Can it live up to the hype?

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Trocadero, Coventry Street, London W1 (020-3763 5288)

Tredwell's, restaurant review: Has Marcus Wareing overstretched himself with his latest opening?

4a Upper St Martin's Lane, London, WC2. Tel : 020 3764 0840

Spring, restaurant review: Skye Gyngell's smart new venue could hardly be more different from Petersham Nurseries

Somerset House, Lancaster Place London WC2 (020-3011 0115)

Ox & Finch, restaurant review: The McLaren racing team's former head chef is Glasgow's new pace-setter

920 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Tel: 0141 339 8627

Turtle Bay, restaurant review: As Caribbean as the Ukip Calypso, but a lot more fun

16 High Street, Ealing, London W5 (020-3067 0007)

The Providores, restaurant review: "There seem to be eight elements to each main - and that's before the salt and pepper"

It's a refined palate that can work its way round that, says Amol Rajan

Roth Bar & Grill, restaurant review: "I didn't expect to find such a mirage in Somerset"

Hauser and Wirth Gallery, Bruton, Somerset (01749 8147000)

Manchester House, restaurant review: Is Aiden Byrne's culinary wizardry just an illusion?

Tower 12, 18-22 Bridge Street, Spinningfields, Manchester. Tel: 0161 835 2557

Lima Floral, restaurant review: Does Martinez's sister venture have the same wow factor?

14 Garrick Street, London WC2 (020-7240 5778). £45 per head, without wine

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