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8 London Venues You Might Recognise From Films

There are plenty of perks to living in London. But sometimes, you forget just how recognisable our city is. So many classic scenes have been filmed on the streets, it’s no wonder that tourists arrive with the same wide-eyed wonder which Londoners reserve for New York City or LA. Of course...

Openings & Launches

Free Cheeseburgers at the Opening of Bleecker Victoria

FREE CHEESEBURGERS If we were to write just that, it would probably gain enough interest, because who doesn’t love a cheeseburger and who doesn’t love free things? FREE BLEECKER CHEESEBURGERS That got you didn’t it? Bleecker are celebrating the opening of Bleecker Victoria, a new permanent...


UNI Review: What We Thought

What? Japanese/Peruvian fusion dining (Nikkei) in Belgravia. UNI takes its name from the Japanese word for sea urchin – a Japanese delicacy. New? UNI opened back in 2014 and has recently opened for service on Sundays. Where? 18a Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1W 0LS,  On...

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What to do This Weekend

What To Do This Weekend: 20th-22nd January

We’re nearly there! A month of belt-tightening and dry glasses is nearly over but before it is, make the most of limited edition burgers, giant blocks of chocolate, new brunches, art fairs and interactive light displays. See, January isn’t all doom and gloom. There is light at the end...

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HKK Chinese New Year Menu Review: What We Thought

What? Part of the Hakkasan Group, HKK opened at the tail end of 2012 and was awarded its first Michelin star less than a year later. Leading the kitchen is Executive Head Chef, Tong Chee Hwee, who revives and modernises classic dishes, telling the story of Chinese culture through fine dining with a...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Hot Gin Roof: The Classics | Book your tickets

The Georgians knew how to party – when it got cold and we mean really, cold, they didn’t hide away in their houses, they hosted frost fairs on the Thames. Yes, it got cold enough for the Thames to freeze over. Here they conducted trade, ate and drank hot gin. Gin, as we all know, is a London...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The De-Light Menu at The Balcon

A three-course menu at any restaurant; a delicious fare, certainly, but sometimes not the healthiest and when it comes to the calories we’ve consumed, well, to be honest we’d rather just not know. Enter the De-Light menu at The Balcon. The restaurant’s chefs have worked with dieticians to...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

VAULT Festival Lates

You may have heard about VAULT Festival, London’s answer to the Edinburgh Fringe. They’ve taken over the tunnels beneath Waterloo station, with full days of comedy and music and they’re also running a series of night-time-adult-only events, known as VAULT Lates. To kick off the...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

My London: Scott Hallsworth’s 5 Favourite Chelsea Restaurants

When Kurobuta popped up on the Kings Road back in 2013, it injected Chelsea’s food scene with vigour. It got everyone talking, because Chelsea is a part of London that, whilst has classic restaurants, rarely gets people really excited about food… or so you might think. We caught up with...

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28-50 Maddox Street Review: What We Thought

New? Whilst their winter lodge is new, 28°-50° has been on Maddox street since 2013. Where? We dropped into the 28°-50° on Maddox Street in Mayfair, but you’ll also find a 28°-50° on Fetter Lane and Marylebone Lane. 17-19 Maddox Street, Mayfair, W1S 2QH, On the Menu: The...

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