Opening: 42°Raw
The raw food cafe concept 42°Raw has a cool name and website and comes from the hip foodie city of Copenhagen, which just happens to be home to the World's Best Restaurant, so they might have been expected to pick a more confident spot than the back of Mayfair's Royal Academy of Arts for their London opening. It's through the big doors, past the security guard, around the corner, down the corridor and first left.

Despite the location, other people had managed to discover the cafe and were trying out their raw food menu which is half juice bar and half salads, avocado sandwich, cakes and a cold Thai noodles with sliced carrots and courgettes marinated in coconut, ginger, red chili and turmeric sauce.

The pot looked a little small for £7 but this is where the beauty or flaw of raw food comes in. That is, it's very filling. Must also be extremely healthy and started well but half way into the pot and you've got the general idea, are feeling strangely full and a side dish is needed to mix it up. A £4 juice was good. Seating is provided on the sides of the corridor and once it stops raining they can use the terrace on Burlington Gardens.

42°Raw, 6 Burlington Gardens, W1S