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Marylebone’s Latest Restaurant Is The Ideal Gastro Pub

What: There’s something troubling me about The Coachmakers Arms in Marylebone. It’s nothing major, but should there be an apostrophe? Are they the arms of a coachmaker? Or the arms of the all coachmakers? Or perhaps it’s not possessive at all? It doesn’t really matter, but you’ll have...

Culture

The Postal Museum’s New Exhibition: Voices From the Deep

On 16th February 1941, the merchant steam boat, SS Gairsoppa was torpedoed off the coast of Ireland by a German U-Boat. On board the boat were more than 700 personal letters, until now they have been trapped for 77 years on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, a mile deeper than the Titanic. Preserved...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

The Pop-up Where Vegan Isn’t A Dirty Word

Dirty Bones is going vegan! Well, for two nights at least

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Openings & Launches

Tom’s Kitchen Set To Reopen

Not long now until Tom's Kitchen re-opens, so here's a sneak preview of what it'll be like

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Awesome Afternoon Teas

108 Pantry Launches English Country Garden Afternoon Tea

Spring is just around the corner (forget the fact that we’re set to expect temperatures of -11 c, that’s just a minor detail) and when it does arrive there’ll be an afternoon tea to go with it. Panic over. The English Country Garden Afternoon Tea will be served at 108 Pantry from the first...

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Reviews

We Review: Wildflower

We check out Wildflower, the new vegan restaurant at Peckham Levels

Reviews

We Review: Mac & Wild Great Titchfield Street

What? Think Scottish food and you most likely think of haggis, battered Mars Bar, Irn Bru and tatties, but just as we know that there is more to English food than fish and chips and sausage and mash; Mac & Wild, is a Scottish restaurant that will take you on a journey to the Scottish highlands...

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Culture

Something Fishy’s Going On At Stevie Parle’s Restaurant

If you thought bookclubs were just middle aged women sat assessing the merits of the latest E.L.James ‘novel’ over white wine then think again, and head to Cookbook Club at Craft London. Don’t worry, there should still be white wine. Organised by Craft London’s Stevie Parle and Head Chef...

Openings & Launches

Dip in Brilliant: Chelsea’s New Punjabi Restaurant

The Prince of Wales, Tina Turner and Kevin Costner all walk into a restaurant…it’s Brilliant, the iconic Southall restaurant. The restaurant that opened back in 1975 by culinary star Dipna Anand’s family. Now, 43 years later and it’s Dipna Anand’s turn to open her first solo restaurant...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Woman Making African Cuisine Mainstream

French cooking is almost ubiquitous, French chefs and menus dominate any list of London’s top restaurants. And it’s not that we’re unadventurous and only willing to try the cuisine of the country next door, Indian curries are practically a British national dish. But when it comes to African...

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