If you book a table at Mayfair-meets-Soho restaurant Sketch, there’s no avoiding the bounty of art that pervades the space. Contemporary British artist David Shrigley has showcased his oeuvre in The Gallery (the more casual of Sketch’s two main dining rooms) since 2014, but this January saw a serious overhaul as his previous monochrome pieces made way for a glorious frame-to-frame line-up of colourful new works. The millennial-pink dining room – conceived by architect and designer India Mahdavi – acts as the perfect backdrop to Shrigley’s trenchant art. His powerful drawing style is saturated with satire, offering a comical and light-hearted perspective on today’s oftdepressing media headlines. Oh, and the food is masterminded by Chef Pierre Gagnaire, which makes it an all-round winner.