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Savini At Criterion – What We Thought

New?  Yes, Savini at Criterion opened just last month. Where? 224 Piccadilly, London W1J 9HP www.saviniatcriterion.co.ukOn The Menu: A delicious combination of British and Italian dishes.First Impressions: The doorman ushered us in off the busy streets of Piccadilly and helped us through the...

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The Royal Oak Paley Street Review – What We Thought

With the double dose of Bank Holiday weekends in May it’s the perfect opportunity to escape the city for a day and swap your usual Sunday pub lunch with somewhere a little more scenic. The Royal Oak Paley Street is just a 30-minute drive from London, in the village of Bray near Maidenhead, only a...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Bites & Bones Launches at Bluebird

Brunch is a great option no matter what but it’s especially useful after a night out when you’re feeling a bit rough – and ruff. Of course you need your friend there, but we don’t mean any friend, we mean man’s best friend , as this spring, popular Chelsea restaurant, Bluebird is...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

9 of London’s Best ‘Free From’ Restaurants

Gone are the days where those amongst us who were lactose intolerant, coeliac or allergic to nuts had to miss out on half the menu. Now whatever you can or can’t eat is catered for in London, which is one of the reasons why our food scenes is the best in the world -we like to think so!...

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Voltaire Review – What We Thought

New? Not at all – Voltaire opened as a part of the Crowne Plaza London hotel back in 2003. It was, however, refurbished in 2013 following the discovery of the vaults. Where? 19 New Bridge Street, City of London, EC4V 6DB www.voltairebar.com First Impressions: Given the need to walk off the...

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Awesome Afternoon Teas

Absolute Anarch-Tea

The year is 1976, and times, well, they are a’changing. Concorde has taken to the skies for the very first time, Steve Jobs has formed the Apple Computer Company and no one is aware of the tidal wave of technology that will storm into their lives for the next four decades. Riots have broken out...

Openings & Launches

Farmacy: Healthy by Nature

We’ve had Pharmacy 2 and Farmer J but now it’s the turn of the similarly agriculturally-titled Farmacy to open in Notting Hill at the end of April. Combining an exclusively plant-based menu with medicinally beneficial cocktails, Farmacy’s name starts to make sense. Camilla Al Fayed –...

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Proud Wonderland Opens

It’s been 150 years since Lewis Carrol launched a book that would inspire generations and after all this time Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is still as popular as ever. To help celebrate this classic tale, the former horse hospital and now-bar, Proud will be transforming its newly...

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No 197 Chiswick Fire Station: New Neighbourhood Favourite

What’s in a name? Sometimes not a lot really. Take Sexy Fish for example; doesn’t reveal a lot. So actually it’s refreshing when venues skip the fuss and keep things simple. Especially when the name reflects the feel, aesthetic and ethos of the place.  Enter No 197 Chiswick Fire Station, the...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

The UK’s Number 1 Outdoor Cinema Returns

It’s hard to plan ahead when we are a nation told to ‘live for the moment’. This weekend’s plans are starting to come together and, with some serious dedication, your bank holiday weekends are probably shaping up too. The UK’s number one outdoor cinema, The Luna Cinema, is preparing for...

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