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Openings & Launches

Turntable Restaurants Opens

Here at The Handbook, we are always on the lookout for new and exciting restaurants, because just like Facebook has rendered repeating outfits futile, Snapchat has spelt the end of repeat-dining. Clearly only savages dine at the same restaurant twice, so check out all the details for the latest London opening below and stay ahead of the curve! Turntable is a new restaurant situated in the trendy district of Holborn, due to open its doors to an invited list of guests on Friday 3rd July 2015. The spacious 150 capacity two-storey venue offers an array of authentic South Asian street […]

Things to do Outdoors

10 Ways to Celebrate Wimbledon, Even If You Don’t Go

We’re into the second week of tennis! By now you should have definitely seen at least one game, if you haven’t get to it! If you haven’t got tickets for the courts or even Murray Mound then you can still join in with the Wimbledon fever that takes over in London – without being stuck in the teeming hordes. From afternoon teas, to big screens here are 10 ways to celebrate Wimbledon without going:  Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill  What: Wimbledon picnics Where: 30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BHWhy: The Churchill is transforming their bar and terrace into a picnic area with rambling roses, […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Aqua Kyoto celebrates the Marine Menu

When it comes to celebrating national holidays and days London is pretty much an expert and it doesn’t matter if they aren’t British national holidays oh no, if there is a chance to celebrate then we’ll take on any national holidays and Japanese restaurant Aqua Kyoto, are doing just that with their celebration of Ocean Day. Taking place on the 20th July, Ocean Day is Japan’s newest national holiday (it was formed in 1996) and celebrates the importance of the ocean and its bounty. Head Chef Paul Greening has drawn inspiration from his background of studying marine biology to create […]

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Reviews

Yashin Ocean House Review – what we thought

What: Inventive sushiWhere: 117 – 119 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RNWhy you should go there: For the creative sushi dishes and presentationFavourite thing we ate: Vegetable Garden Yashin Ocean House is a sushi house-cum-Willy Wonka factory where sushi and Japanese dishes have been given a creative breath of life by Executive Chef Minero and Chef Ikeda who heads the kitchen. Ocean House High Street Kensington was originally opened by Chef Minero in 2010 followed by a South Kensington branch in 2013, The Handbook headed down to check it out. You can choose to dine by the sushi bar where you can get […]

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News

Top 5 American Restaurants

Whether it’s because of enormous portions, Pop Tarts or McDonald’s, American food still has a bad reputation. But here at The Handbook, we know that when American food is done right, it’s absolutely irresistible. Who hasn’t craved the savoury hit of a salt beef sandwich or a smokiness of a real barbeque? Here are London’s best American restaurants.

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Top 5 American Restaurants

Whether it’s because of enormous portions, Pop Tarts or McDonald’s, American food still has a bad reputation. But here at The Handbook, we know that when American food is done right, it’s absolutely irresistible. Who hasn’t craved the savoury hit of a salt beef sandwich or a smokiness of a real barbeque? Here are London’s best American restaurants.

Openings & Launches

Casa Cruz Opens in Notting Hill

When it comes to restaurants we have to admit that Notting Hill is one of our go to places and now it looks like we’ll be spending even more time there with the opening of Casa Cruz this month.  The work of South American restauranteur and designer Juan Santa Cruz, the 80 cover restaurant will be serving up a European menu with Argentine influences and takes inspiration from Juan’s well –background. So you’ll find wild sea bass crudo with artichokes, lemon and olive oil next to the likes of Argentine steak, charcoal grilled monkfish and Cajun chicken breast. Vegetables are […]

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Openings & Launches

Mommi Opens in Clapham

Opening this month is MOMMI, a Japanese Latin raw bar and grill which is set to bring the upbeat vibes of South America, the elegance of Japan, the vibrancy of Miami and the eclecticism of Venice Beach a little closer to home – to Clapham to be exact. The cuisine will be influenced by both Japan and Latin communities and will focus around raw, fresh and healthy plates most of which are gluten and dairy free. Taking centre stage will be MOMMI ceviche and Nikkei Chirashi Sushi as well as hot dishes from the robata grill. Expect to find the […]

Health & Wellness

Summer of Wellness at Metropolitan

As a group of young, sexy and humble Londoners, The Handbook loves a good weekend of socialising and partying. We wouldn’t exactly be a good guide to London if we didn’t enjoy going out. Sometimes though, we forget that there is more to life than getting low on dance floors across the capital. In fact, there are plenty of healthy and clean living activities that can be enjoyed on the weekend and Metropolitan by COMO is offering just that with their new Summer of Wellness schedule! This detoxing, bad-vibes-cleansing programme of events will include complimentary yoga glasses with Lulu Lemon […]

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Culture

Brown’s London Art Weekend

Do you remember the days in primary school, when you would draw a big squiggly mess over your A4 paper, colour in each section in different hues and then convince yourself that you were the next Van Gough? Well, our artistic tastes have evolved since then and we hope yours have too. This is why we would encourage you to jump at the opportunity to experience the unrivalled quality and diversity of the world’s greatest art market destination at Brown’s London art weekend. There will be plenty of activities to fill your time, including free talks, walks, and over 100 […]

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