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Dhruv Baker at The Jam Tree Summer Supper Club

It’s an Indian Summer at The Jam Tree Clapham on 19th June, when Masterchef 2010 winner Dhruv Baker will take on the Summer Supper Club challenge. Cooking for fifty guests in the Jam Tree garden, expect Dhruv to whip up a three-course Indian feast worthy of any raj. Expect welcome cocktails and delicious pickled cauliflower bhajias, marinated Guinea Fowl, spiced tandoori rump of lamb with black dal and cumin potatoes. A dessert of mango, rum and pistachio syllabub will finish the meal on a sweet note. Formerly a salesman, Dhruv Baker rose to culinary heights through creativity, skill and a […]

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Roaring 20s Afternoon Tea at Season

“I’m going to call up Daisy tomorrow and invite her over here to tea.” It’s the moment where Daisy and Great Gatsby first set eyes on each other after several years, afternoon tea at Nick Carraway’s house. And so with London celebrating Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the infamous book it seems only proper that there is at least one afternoon tea honouring this both poignant, and humorous moment in the book. Step in Harvey Nichols and Season at the Fifth Floor with their opulent ‘Roaring 20s Afternoon Tea’. Gatsby sends flowers to decorate Nick’s house, and whilst his were over […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Roaring 20s Afternoon Tea at Season

“I’m going to call up Daisy tomorrow and invite her over here to tea.” It’s the moment where Daisy and Great Gatsby first set eyes on each other after several years, afternoon tea at Nick Carraway’s house. And so with London celebrating Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the infamous book it seems only proper that there is at least one afternoon tea honouring this both poignant, and humorous moment in the book. Step in Harvey Nichols and Season at the Fifth Floor with their opulent ‘Roaring 20s Afternoon Tea’. Gatsby sends flowers to decorate Nick’s house, and whilst his were over […]

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Mambo on Tour comes to Pacha London

When it comes to partying in the summer, there is only one destination: Ibiza. But what if you can’t leave London to get to the white isle? Well fear not, Cafe Mambo Ibiza has just announced that they are bringing the ‘Mambo Tour’ back to Pacha London. For one night only Mambo will be bringing the best of the Ibiza  vibes and club scene to London and letting you relive sunsets and parties of summers gone by  with ‘We Are In London’. Pacha’s Mambo resident, Matthew Charles and special guest Kaz James will be taking to the decks to ensre […]

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Head Over To Alice’s House

The Alice House in Queens Park is an upmarket pub that is helping to shed the old fashioned image of dingy, derelict pubs where no one under the age of 30 dare enter. It sits on the corner of Salusbury Road a mere 5 minute drive from its sister pub, The Alice House in West Hampstead. Inside are various sofas and dining areas to relax with a spider like mash of wires creating a beautiful lighting fixture covering the ceilings. The food here is simple but exquisite and definitely does not disappoint. The Pea mousse starter was a simple idea […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Head Over To Alice’s House

The Alice House in Queens Park is an upmarket pub that is helping to shed the old fashioned image of dingy, derelict pubs where no one under the age of 30 dare enter. It sits on the corner of Salusbury Road a mere 5 minute drive from its sister pub, The Alice House in West Hampstead. Inside are various sofas and dining areas to relax with a spider like mash of wires creating a beautiful lighting fixture covering the ceilings. The food here is simple but exquisite and definitely does not disappoint. The Pea mousse starter was a simple idea […]

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Hush St Paul’s

Since opening in 1999, Hush Mayfair has remained a perennially popular dining destination and the Cocktail Bar is a firm favourite too. And today, Jamie Barber, restaurateur behind Hush and Cabana, is launching a brand new Hush opposite St Paul’s Cathedral . Hush St Paul’s will be Barber’s second dedicated brasserie, following Hush Holborn in 2012, and will offer relaxed all-day dining in a chic setting. The design concept for the 120 cover restaurant has been overseen by Alex Michaelis of Michaelis Boyd, the same architects behind Hush Mayfair, Soho House group and Byron Burger. Featuring a brass and marble […]

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Yo! Burger

So when I got the Yo! Burger press release, I must admit I rolled my eyes. Another fad. However, I take it back. This is one good fad! The ‘buns’ are made of rice and there are five options: Chicken (seasoned with teriyaki sauce and served on a bed of lettuce with red onion, mayonnaise and topped with diced pineapple and white sesame seeds), Prawn (prawn cutlet served on white cabbage spiced with a dollop of curry mayonnaise and a sprinkle of spring onion and diced beni shoga), Salmon (kimchi salmon on a bed of lettuce, kimchi pickled vegetables and […]

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News

The Maggie’s Enclosure at The Queen’s Club

As Andy Murray gets ready to try and win his third Aegon Championship title at The Queen’s Club next week, we are getting ready to head over to The Maggie’s Enclosure, the ultimate retro player’s lounge. Situated on Fulham Road, Maggie’s Club is all about celebrating the best of the 80’s from Sonic to Margaret Thatcher,  A Team to A HA and they serve Babycham! And next week they are bringing the 80s to The Queen’s Club, think Rubik’s cube tables, vintage umpire’s chairs, oversized wooden tennis rackets and ball shaped bean bags.  But that is not all, not one […]

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The 1851 Restaurant Returns to Kensington

Taking its cue from J M Barrie’s infallible butler, The Admirable Crichton has made a name for itself in the event planning industry, organising parties for royalty and socialites alike. Now opening its June pop-up restaurant for the third year running, The Crichton has done what it does best, admirably of course. The 1851 Restaurant and Bar is taking over a marquee at The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens for one week only, 13th – 19th June. Perennially popular, this year the marquee will be transformed into an indoor garden, complete with aquamarine tables, luxuriant summer flowers and Cyprus trees, […]

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