Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Try Before You Buy: 9 Restaurants With Shops

It couldn’t get much better than restaurants with shops. You go in for food, you come out with no life savings and a trolley worth of cheese, but everyone’s a winner because it tastes so darn good! So for a little bit of fine cuisine served with a side of retail, read on:

Where To Eat In

Where To Eat Out In… Marylebone

Marylebone, Londoners may argue over how it’s pronounced but either way it’s great for food so who really minds? In fact, the W1 area is heating up at a speedy rate when it comes to food, with restaurants including Orrery re-opening its doors post sexy makeover and neighbourhood classics that are stalwart residents inviting us in for yet more indulgence. So, we’ve eaten our way through the area at a hasty speed to give to you the gift of Marylebone’s best restos. Without further ado: Roganic Roganic first opened in 2011 in Marylebone as a two-year pop-up now has a Michelin […]

Best Brunches

The Ned Has Launched An All You Can Eat Sushi Brunch

Already known for its Sunday feast, The Ned is the go-to place when you want to spend the day indulging your inner glutton or curing your Saturday night induced hangover. Before this weekend the only decision you had to make was how much can you feasibly consume without your clothes becoming uncomfortably tight. Now, however, their Asian- Pacific restaurant, Kaia, is throwing its hat into the ring as they launch their all you can eat sushi brunch. Taking place every Sunday between 11:30am and 4pm the brunch really is all you can eat. We can testify to that. It’s two […]

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Current Affairs: Hotels You Can Book By The Hour…

It’s officially the sexiest day of the year, unless you’re Boris Johnson, in which case it’s March 29th. Eurgh, that’s a Y-fronted visual I didn’t prepare you for. But ol’ Bojo knows a thing or two about affairs, and I’m not just talking about foreign affairs, but affairs at work, at home and, in hotels. So if Boris were looking for a place to take his new flame, or if he’s seeing anyone behind his new flame’s back (not impossible) then he wants to find a hotel offering day stays. It works like this: most hotel rooms are empty during […]

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Fyre Festival: In Their Own Words

We've laid our hands on the original pitch deck for Fyre Festival, and it's a treasure trove for anyone who's a fan of the hit Netflix documentary. So here's Fyre, in their own words...


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Health & Wellness

9 London Pools To See Before You Dive…

Us Londoners are an adventurous bunch, we love our city with its fascinating corners and curios, but when it comes to pools we’re happy to do our lengths in humdrum leisure centres. No more! Here are a selection of the most interesting pools in the capital!  

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

The Most Romantic Igloo In London

This igloo is SO gorgeous! Like, seriously! Give us an igloo with cutesy cherry blossoms all over it any day and we’ll send our Insta’s into overload – especially with Valentine’s Day coming up this week! Hopeless romantics are invited to igloose themselves amongst sickly sweet flowers in this creation by the pop-up giants who are behind immersive eye-openers such as Winterland. Whether it’s palentines, galentines or indeed good old fashioned Valentine’s that you’re celebrating, you just have to book yourselves into one of these lavish love huts. Yes, granted Valentine’s can be a little cheesy and low and behold […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Holy Chow! Restaurants In Converted Churches

Whilst it might seem a tad on the eerie side delving into your sausages and mash inside an old church, there’s also an intriguing element too it. I mean, a church is the last place you’d expect to have a meal right?! Well, perhaps not the last place, I can imagine munching in a volcano...

Openings & Launches

London’s Indian Fine Dining Scene Welcomes An Emperor

Atul Kochhar is back! The first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star is opening a new restaurant, Kanishka, on Mayfair’s Maddox Street and it’s the most anticipated Indian restaurant opening in a recent string of high profile Indian openings. Kochhar won his Michelin star at Tamarind of Mayfair back in 2001 before moving to open Benares the following year, again bagging himself a Michelin star. Under his watch he established Benares at the very top of the London’s culinary scene, where it firmly remains, before finally leaving, apparently under something of a cloud, earlier in 2018. Perhaps unrelated, Kanishka […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Eat Like A Pig at Mei Ume

Okay, so we’re not saying that you need to stuff your face like a pig, nor are we saying it’s time to ditch the cutlery and go at it snout first, although you can. We are, of course, talking about the Year of the Pig, and if you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, then today is the day (or, indeed, five days). Marking the start of spring and a time of new beginnings, it’s the longest Chinese holiday and also so-happens to be Tony Truong, Head Chef of Mei Ume at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square’s, favourite time […]

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Where To Eat In

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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