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Where To Eat Out In… Islington

If you're looking for a bite to eat after you've just seen the Gunners lose again (or worse, bumped into Boris on his morning jog), you've come to the right place! Here's where to eat in Islington...

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Where To Eat Out In… Mayfair

The swanky suburb that is Mayfair is absolutely brimming with decadent and moreish eateries, making our job a tricky one when it came to handpicking some of the best. Alas, we’ve put our taste buds to the test and listed down the following… bon appétit! Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill This British delight sees guests dining amongst red leather seats, marble topped bars and oysters, oysters, oysters! Oysters, as one of, if not the, aphrodisiac of the moment are rich in attendance at this marvellous eatery and sit as the main food to be enjoyed once inside. However, equally as alluring […]

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Where To Eat Out In… Holborn

You know how it is when people try and rebrand with a new nickname? It always falls flat. No, we’re not going to start calling you ‘Jeebs’ when Emily will do just fine. Same with Holborn. After several years and millions of pounds spent rebranding as ‘Midtown’, the moniker hasn’t stuck and the area between Covent Garden and The City remains resolutely ‘Hoborn’. However, despite dropping a ‘but you can just call me Midtown’ into every other sentence, the area has plenty to recommend it. Not least in the form of restaurants. The Delaunay The same people that brought us […]

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Where To Eat Out In… South Kensington

South Kensington, a bizarre clash of old English respectability (seven bed house in The Boltons? That’ll be £49,000,000 please), meets French people (the Lycée’s on Cromwell Road) and a thriving Arab community, and all clashing with heavy throng of touristic all-comers heading to museumland, where the V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum vye for square footage with tens of thousands of Imperial College students. And because they all need feeding, there’s a vibrant restaurant scene to be found in this loosely defined space between Chelsea, Knightsbridge, High Street Ken and Earl’s Court. CERU Restaurant Bright and breezy in appearance, […]

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Where To Eat Out In… Chelsea

Chelsea, either one of London’s smartest addresses, or a slightly naff women’s name: you decide. But when it comes to dining out, there’s no shortage of fantastic eateries, from Sloane Square to the kink in the King’s Road down by World’s End, there’s always an option. Welcome to the Royal Borough’s finest… Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea South Kensington (0.6 miles) From the moment it opened, Tom’s Kitchen has been an undisputed king of the Chelsea jungle. The low-key atmosphere will immediately put you at ease as you size up the cocktails (try the Chelsea Fizz, you’ll thank me) before heading to […]

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