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The Balcon Review – What We Thought

Grade II listed Sofitel London St James is one of the most glamorous building in that weird area down from Piccadilly Circus, at the bottom of Regent Street. One of the most sparkling areas of the city, the streets are so clean you feel as though you could eat your meal from the pavement. We went...

Openings & Launches

Santo Remedio: A Holy Remedy

It’s a new day, a new week and with it comes a new restaurant and today is the official opening of Santo Remedio in Shoreditch. It’s a Mexican restaurant but if you’re expecting burritos and fajitas then keep walking this isn’t the place for you. If however you want dishes inspired by...

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BRGR.CO Review – What We Thought

The first thing I noticed upon entering BRGR.CO is how it’s so unlike any other burger restaurant I’ve been in. Avoiding the rustic furnishing and dim lighting and instead opting for a sophisticated décor consisting of dark colours and exposed brick it’s easy to forget you’ve just...

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Savini at Criterion: Milan’s Famous Restaurant

One can boast diners such as Verdi, Puccini, Callas and Sinatra and the other is the iconic site where Sherlock Holmes first met Dr Watson and today sees the two collide as Milan’s most famous restaurant, Savini opens at Criterion. Owned by the Gatto Family, Savini is known for producing...

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Ma’Plucker Review – What We Thought

Chicken restaurants are rife in London. In certain areas it seems like every other shop is either selling fried chicken or a Nando’s. To be honest, it gets a little boring. If only there was a place you could go and enjoy tasty chicken in a restaurant that doesn’t look like the waiting room of...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Botanist Launch Bottomless Prosecco After Dark

The City itself must be the only place in London that you don’t have to queue for a table or battle at the bar on a Saturday night. Save your school night partying for the weekend (or do both…) with The Botanist Broadgate Circle’s new ‘After Dark’ evenings. Chances are you’ll start...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Slow-Cooked Dinner and Desserts by Fraise Sauvage

Think of the most beautiful dessert you’ve seen on Instagram and that’s the type of wonder that Fraise Sauvage create. Formerly the product of serious food envy but always seeming just a little bit out of reach for us mere mortals, now you can get your mitts on chocolate saucy pudding and tres...

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What To Do This Weekend: 19th – 20th March

The standout event of this weekend has got to be the Six Nations final – England have already scooped the trophy but that doesn’t stop the excitement and anticipation. Will Wales nab second place? All we know is we’re battling our way into the nearest pub and shouting at the...

Openings & Launches

Urban Coterie: Launches Members’ Club

Think members’ clubs in Shoreditch and your mind probably goes blank, of course there is Shoreditch House, but it’s not like Soho and Mayfair where they are two a penny, but this May you’ll be able to add another to your list as Urban Coterie will be joining Shoreditch House as it launches...

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En Vogue at Le Caprice Review – What We Thought

If you haven’t heard about Vogue’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery celebrating their 100th anniversary then you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past few weeks (we wrote about it here). The must-see cultural event of the year so far, Vogue 100: A Century of Style had...

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