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11 Ultimate Sunday Feasts You Have to Try

It’s Sunday and you’re feeling blue, why yes, you’ve got a case of the Sunday Blues. Well, we’ve got a remedy for that, in the form of food of course. Be it a classic roast or a spread of kebabs, Sunday is all about feasting, banishing those blues and prepping you for the week ahead. Below: some of our favourite feasts London has to offer. Knives and forks at the ready.

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Party After Dark: Late Night Sessions at Som Saa

One of the most consistently reoccurring restaurants on Londoners’ bucket lists is som saa. If you’re still kicking yourself that you missed their pop-up in Climpson’s Arch or haven’t made the trip to their new-ish permanent site in Shoreditch yet then listen up – we’re about to give you another big reason to pay London’s best Thai restaurant a visit. With a venue somewhere in between industrial East London (it’s an old fabric warehouse) and welcoming Thai home (the space is filled with vintage Thai decorations), som saa is now bringing a little bit more of Thailand to us, with […]

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The Blind Pig ‘Long and Short Great British Tails’ Menu

We bet you never thought you’d find your favourite childhood story in drink form. Well, it’s about to come true. Jason Atherton’s The Blind Pig is launching a new cocktail menu entirely inspired by classic children’s literature, with the new menu titled ‘Long and Short Great British Tails’. The menu itself has been designed to read like a story book and will feature bespoke artwork courtesy of illustrator Masha Karpushina that captures the essence of each of the stories that inspired each of the creations. Winnie the Pooh fans may be tempted by the Hunny Pot, made from rum, salted […]

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Tom Sellers and Tom Aikens Co-host Dinners

Two top London Toms are teaming up this February to bring you a very special Michelin-starred tasting menu. It’ll be served up at Tom Sellers’ Restaurant Story, and he’ll be welcoming into his kitchen Tom Aikens, who taught Sellers the tricks of the trade when he started out more than a decade ago. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin star only 5 months after opening in 2013, and has retained the star ever since, as well as gaining a whole host of other awards. Both chefs will prepare 3 snacks and 4 dishes to result in a tasting menu of 6 snacks and 8 […]

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Rosewood London’s Art Afternoon Tea

London is considered one of the most important cities in the art world; it’s home to galleries people travel miles to visit, it’s home to some of the world’s best art schools and it’s produced some of the world’s best artists. The ever burgeoning art scene is exactly what has inspired Rosewood London’s Head Pastry Chef, Mark Perkins’ ‘Art Afternoon Tea’. The tea celebrates 5 of today’s most iconic artists: Yayoi Kasuma, Alexander Calder, Mark Rothko, Damien Hirst and Banksy. The Yayoi Kasuma chocolate and passion fruit dessert evokes Kasuma’s recent exhibition at the Victoria Miro galleries, you know, the […]

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Dickie Fitz Celebrate Australia Day

Ah, Australia Day, the day that marks the raising of the Union Jack at Port Jackson, but also one that celebrates the diversity and beauty of the country. This year, celebrate at Aussie restaurant Dickie Fitz, who’ll be bringing you a South Pacific feast, wines and general celebratory fun. The menu is as Australian as it gets – expect kangaroo tartare with mushroom ketchup, beetroot and egg yolk; BBQ Spencer Gulf prawns with special fried rice and pak choi; and banana bread sticky toffee pudding. There’ll be wines from Australia’s oldest family-run vineyard, Yalumba, and Australia’s finest whisky, Starward, on […]

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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 create a whole range of healthy, lighter but still delicious dishes. Steering away from indulgent cooking techniques, the’ve employed techniques such as steaming and poaching, using lean meat, fish and vegetables with spices and herbs to plate up nourishing yet just as flavourful dishes. The dishes change seasonally, but the current offering includes poached […]

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11 Ways to Embrace the Nordic Lifestyle

Towards the end of last year everyone was going mad for ‘hygge’. The Danish trend referring to taking enjoyment in life’s simple pleasures is showing no signs of slowing down, so get yourself a cinnamon bun, listen to some live music and enjoy your minimal surroundings; here is our guide to all things Nordic in London.

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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 series, VAULT have teamed up with Time Out for their ‘Time Out presents: I’m Coming Out’ party. It’ll be a grand way to kick off the year, or put an end to dry January, with a DJ set from Time Out’s very own Oliver Keeney (music and nightlife editor), a midnight runway, and a photo […]

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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 Kurobuta’s owner, Scott Hallsworth, to find out his five favourite Chelsea restaurants which will satisfy any foodie.

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A World First: The Cafe Taking Exercise as Payment

Let’s face it, it takes a special breed of person to not want some kind of reward after exercise. Be it a protein shake, bubble bath or burger (yep, we said it), it’s nothing new that rewards improve motivation and quite frankly, the bigger the reward the harder we’ll work. Although physical and psychological benefits of exercise should be enough on their own, in January when we are cold and broke we need a little more. Introducing the (world’s first) cafe that takes exercise as payment. Yes you heard it; punch for your lunch or run for your bun, however […]

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Bluebird Announces 2nd Restaurant

Bluebird; it’s synonymous with the Kings Road, entertaining those in MiC and being one of London’s iconic restaurants. Last year saw it undergo an extensive refurbishment and emerge with a refreshed menu, but that was 2016 and this is 2017 and in 2017 they are expanding. This winter, there’ll be not one, but two Bluebirds (with the potential for more in the future) as they open up at Television Centre, the former home of the BBC, in White City. The 5000-square foot space will feature a café, bar, deli and outdoor terrace and is part of an £8 billion regeneration […]

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