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Scott Hallsworth’s Freak Scene

What? Scott Hallsworth, the Australian chef behind Kurobuta and author of Junk Food Japan, has embarked on a new project, waving goodbye (for now) to the formalities of running a restaurant in favour of a three-month, one-man-band (two if you include his partner who runs front-of-house) pop-up in...

Cheese Festival
Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Too Gouda be true? Cheese Festival comes to Islington!

When we imagine heaven, it features cheese. We can’t prove if there is a cheese heaven, but we can tell you that London’s premier cheese festival, Cheese Street N1, is hitting Islington’s Chapel Market, it’s pretty much as good as it’s going to get. Promising to feature all...

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Franco Manca’s New Menu

What: Neapolitan-style sourdough pizzas with organic ingredients. New? The simple menu has a new addition of n7 pizza made with spicy lamb sausage, mozzarella, buffalo ricotta, yellow piennoto tomato and fresh basil without a tomato base as well as some new bites. Where? 20 The Broadway, Wimbledon...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Fashion and Design On The Street

This September the cat walk meets the drawing board as London Fashion Week coincides with the London Design Festival. To celebrate, Regent Street are going to be celebrating with Fashion and Design Month, a series of events and, for the first time, creative classes, a programme of hands-on...

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Guides

7 of The Best New Afternoon Teas

Afternoon tea has been a British staple for over 150 years and now even has a whole week dedication to our love of tiny cakes and sandwiches. At The Handbook we hear of a new afternoon tea pretty much every week, if not every day, as London restaurants do their best to quench our insatiable thirst...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

18 Amazing Pop-ups and Supper Clubs in September

Summer might have ended but September has just started and it brings with it a month of pop-ups, supper classes and masterclasses. Have supper in London’s oldest church, spend the evening in prison, learn how make to a chai latte and visit a rooftop spa…autumn is shaping up rather well.

Openings & Launches

London Fashion Week Festival: The Most Stylish Event of the Year

There’s no denying that in the style stakes, London is pretty much at the top – sure they say the Parisians are elegant and New Yorkers are cool, but when it comes to fashion, it’s us Londoners. Yes, we might be bias but we also just speak the truth – why are we on this fashion route?...

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Openings & Launches

Free Beer and Sunset Selfies from the Top of the Shard: Today Only

If the view from your commute is the subterranean pitch black of the Northern Line, why not swap it for the stunning vista from 800 feet above London Bridge this evening? For one day only The View From the Shard has teamed up with Corona Beer to offer complimentary entry to the famous viewing...

What to do This Weekend

What to do This Weekend: 1st – 3rd September

We’re not quite sure if the summer has come to an end yet, but the week definitely has which means it’s time to plan what you’re going to do with your two glorious days off. May be you’ll meditate and listen to Radiohead, perhaps you’ll try out a new brunch, eat a load...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Bang Bang Oriental: London’s Biggest Asian Foodhall

Fancy a Chinese? Fancy 20 Chineses? If you enjoy your pan-Asian cuisine then Bang Bang Oriental is going to float your junk, with over 20 restaurants under one roof. This Wembley-based Asian version of Borough Market combines the best of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Taiwanese and...

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