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VITA Mojo hits the City

We all talk about having lost it, wanting to find it or someone having it; what exactly? Mojo – look it up in the dictionary and you won’t find Austin Powers, it actually means magic, spell or talisman. So why are we telling you this? Because we are super excited about the latest healthy food concept to hit the city: VITA Mojo. Established by an ex-F1 Nutritionist, Helene Patounas, Ham Yard Hotel Chef, Paul Davis and Banker-come-chef, Nick Popovic (sometimes the kookiest combinations make the best recipes), this new company is set to be the talk of the town. It’s got […]

Openings & Launches

Roba: All About the Grill

Paddington might not strike you immediately as a foodie destination, you’re more likely to associate it with Pret wraps before a train journey or at a push marmalade sandwiches thanks to a certain little bear, but more restaurants are opening there and today you can add a new name to your Paddington restaurant list: Roba. It’s named after the Robata Grill so naturally the grill section is going to be the star of the show. Meat is sourced from Scotland and aged-in house and includes the likes of 48-day aged sirloin and rib eye steaks, organic lamb chops, corn-fed chicken […]

Reviews

The Botanist Review – what we thought

New? No, it’s coming up for its 1st birthday.  Where? The Botanist Broadgate Circle Restaurant and Bar, City of London, EC2M 2QS broadgate.thebotanistlondon.com On the menu: It’s a British menu, with fish dishes being popular. First Impressions: We were greeted by a sea of suits which form a barrier across the entire venue, inside it is heaving at only 6pm making it a clear favourite with the local workers. It was a tad tricky trying to find where to go to get seated and we had to do a quick tour before finding a member of staff to guide us in the right direction. The […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

8 Great Champagne Bars in London

It’s Friday which means it’s time to celebrate, and in the words of Brigitte Bardot; ‘Champagne is the one thing that gives me zest when I feel tired’. We couldn’t agree with her more. Not only does it have fewer calories than any other alcoholic tipple, it can’t help but make you feel sophisticated – not that we needed any excuse to divulge in a glass or two. Whether it’s pink with strawberries or your classic Moet, we’ve rounded up our favourite Champagne bars to go and enjoy the good stuff. And good stuff it has to be, we’ll be able […]

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Openings & Launches

Smokey Tails Heads to Hoxton

We always like welcome homes and this month sees the return of ‘beats and eats’ pop-up Smokey Tails and here at The Handbook we’re waiting with open arms. After taking a tour around Melbourne, Sydney, Miami and Amsterdam, DJ Seth Troxler, Jo Vidler (Wilderness Festival Co-founder) and Jona Ahearne (flavour technician) are back and this time they are here to stay as they set up camp with a permanent residency at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen. The 64 cover restaurant will be serving up lazy lunches and Midwest weekend brunches of hearty family food and killer sides, the sort of […]

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Reviews

Tibits review – what we thought

New?  No it has been going for 15 yearsWhere? 12-14 Heddon St, London W1B 4DA www.tibits.ch On the menu: A selection of vegetarian and vegan foodFirst Impressions: Hidden in a courtyard, it offers some slight calm from the hustle and bustle of Regent’s Street a few feet away.The Look: Casual dining space with a large food boat where all the food is on display, downstairs is a more intimate (and romantic) dining space that seems to be for locals in the know of its existence rather than tourists in the main area.What We Ate: The menu available on the day is […]

Celeb News

Charity Success Stories

Charity success stories: How celebrity endorsement makes all the difference Whether philanthropists like to admit it or not, the world of NGOs and charity appeals is competitive, with individuals, local charitable causes and multinational organisations all vying for the public’s attention and a portion of their pocket money. So how do charities get themselves noticed? How do they go from being a local organisation to a worldwide name, managing millions of pounds of donations? Like all businesses, brand, recognition and outreach are exceedingly important to not-for-profit fundraising success. There are a few occasional extraordinary success stories where small-scale charity fundraising […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Dine Amongst Japanese Cherry Blossoms… in Mayfair

Skies are blue and blossom is in full bloom. Almost. Whilst in London this tends to be met with the digging out of Spring wardrobes and the occasional moan about April showers, in Japan the annual falling of cherry blossom marks the period of Sakura. Japanese fine dining spot Sake No Hana (part of the Hakkasan group), is celebrating Sakura and Yozakura (which means ‘night sakura’), with the restaurant having been transformed into a gorgeous, blossoming cherry tree garden for the next three months. Guests are invited to ascend through a stunning, twinkling archway of falling petals and hanging Japanese lanterns […]

Guides

7 Places to Get Your Caffeine Fix

London is fuelled by a passive-aggressive charge that gets us through the commute, cocktails that get us through the evening and a hopeful optimism that the weekend is in sight from Wednesday. At the top of that though, the saviour of our day is of course coffee. Londoners know good coffee. Since the days of coffee houses where news, business and politics were discussed, coffee has been a vital part of London and with the world’s largest coffee festival taking place in London this weekend, we’ve rounded up some of the bests places you have to visit for your caffeine fix:

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News

Sunday Feasts at Dickie Fitz

Sundays are all about relaxing, putting your feet up and doing as little as physically possible. After a long, hard week at work and presumably seeing a few friends on Saturday (or maybe spending the first day of the weekend unable to move due to the events of the night before), Sunday is the one chance we really get to relax. Unless, of course, you’re charged with the task of cooking up a Sunday roast for yourself and the rest of your family, housemates or whoever it may be. Eating copious amounts of delicious food on a Sunday lunchtime is […]

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