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Ascot Fine Dining Review – What We Thought

Ever since Queen Anne saw the potential for a racecourse in 1711, Ascot has been an English institution drawing in the crowds to bet, people-watch and race. Whilst you might think that Ascot is all about the horses, hats, betting and questionable outfits, what you might not know is that when it...

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Boulestin’s New Saturday Brunch

With a weekend of celebration fast approaching, you’ve probably already got a Sunday lunch with your lovely mother/terrible mother-in-law dutifully arranged but do yourself a favour and keep Saturday for yourself to check out Boulestin’s new brunch menu. Combining the amazingness of brunch with...

Openings & Launches

The Woodford Now Open

At 25 some of us have our lives in order; we understand tax, our fridges have more than just alcohol and olives in them and we actually do our washing on time rather being forced to because we have nothing clean to wear. One such person who is definitely doing something impressive is Ben Murphy who...

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Scotch Whisky Pop-Up comes to Soho

At first thought, the only similarity between alcohol and eyewear is the beer goggles most of us don after one too many, or the actual sunglasses we reach for when the light of day the morning after is too bright. Think again. Scotch whisky makers Glenmorangie have partnered with sunglasses makers...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Botanist Broadgate’s: Hot Cross Bunny Burger

If Watership Down has you reaching for the tissues, then you might want to stop reading now. If, however, you’re a fan of game then read on… this year the Easter Bunny is meeting a rather sticky but delicious end at The Botanist Broadgate Circle. It won’t be bringing you Easter eggs in a...

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Openings & Launches

Mustard: A Very British Brasserie

As much as we love London’s restaurants (it’s our job, of course we do) sometimes the prices can bring us to tears, especially if you aren’t used to it. Being used to paying £2.50 for a vodka tonic at university I still recall (with a shudder) the first time I ordered one in London and it...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Celebrate Mother’s Day Like The Italians

There’s no doubting that Mother’s Day is a big event in the British calendar. Doting daughters and appreciative sons nationwide will take their mothers out for lunch, arms full of flowers and cards. Whilst the Brits do celebrate family pretty well, we can still learn a thing or two from the...

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Reviews

Osteria Review – What We Thought

Searcy’s and Anthony Demetre opened Osteria just a couple of weeks ago, on the second floor of the Barbican Centre. Possibly my number one contender for London’s biggest eyesore, my cultural ignorance was perhaps the reason I couldn’t find the entrance for a while. Even once inside the...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Bluebird Hits the Slopes

Walk down King’s Road on a freezing cold day and you may suddenly feel like you’re in a ski resort with the amount of Canada goose jackets and furry pom pom beanies on show. Favourite Chelsea haunt Bluebird is hitting the slopes of Val d’Isere for the second time as they team up with Club...

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Hotels

The Lanesborough’s Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea

Unlike Valentine’s Day which is drummed into us every year, the changing date of Mother’s Day often means that it creeps up on us and suddenly we realise that we’ve missed the post and we’re going to have to do some serious grovelling for the rest of the year. Mother’s...

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