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The London Restaurant Partying Like it’s 1993

Back in 1993 Haymarket was bought to a standstill as 10,000 fans packed the streets to see over 100 film stars partying in London, but it wasn’t for a premier or awards ceremony. It was for the opening of Planet Hollywood and it’s famed for being one of the biggest celebrity launches ever seen, with the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Demi Moore and Arnold Schwarzenegger partying the night away. Since then they have been serving up a little bit of Hollywood for 25 years and to celebrate reaching such a milestone they will be offering highlights from their […]

Openings & Launches

Mark Wahlberg’s Burgers Come To London

If you thought that sibling rivalry was getting out of hand when you handmade your mum’s birthday card to top-trump your sister’s Hallmark offering, then step aside and see how it’s really done. What do you do if one of your brothers was a star of boy band New Kids On The Block and the other is none other than international Hollywood A-Lister Mark Wahlberg? Well the answer, it seems, is launch a highly successful chain of top-end burger joints. Led by Paul Wahlberg, alongside his brothers, Wahlburgers will open its first branch outside North America when it comes to Covent […]

What to do This Weekend

The Largest Victorian Glasshouse Has Reopened

Cornwall might have the Eden Project, but London has The Temperate House, it’s the largest Victorian glasshouse and it’s just reopened at Kew Gardens. Twice the size of the Palm House, the Grade I listed building is home to plants from Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific Islands including some of the rarest and most threatened plants. Building first began in 1860 and it opened to the public in 1863 and now with a new importance placed on climate change, biodiversity loss and food scarcity, the greenhouse has been modernised. It was a lengthy construction project […]

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Europe’s Longest Bar Hosts Champagne Masterclasses

“That’s what I go to school for, Even though it is a real bore” sang Busted in their Ofsted-nightmare-scenario hit song (sidebar: we actually had a Miss Mackenzie at our school and this song was wholly inaccurate). But what I definitely would go to school for is Searcys Champagne School, which has just arrived at St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys. Famously the longest Champagne bar in Europe, the new Champagne school will offer masterclasses so that guests can learn all about Champagne and English sparkling wines, either as part of ticketed events or as a private party and making best use […]

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Reviews

We Review: Sartoria’s Saturday Brunch

What? Standing on the corner of Savile Row, Sartoria (meaning ‘tailor’ in Italian) is part of restaurant super group D&D London who now have over 30 restaurants across London, Leeds, Paris, New York and Tokyo. It’s also arguably my favourite D&D restaurant with Francesco Mazzei as Chef Patron, so when they announced that they were starting a new Saturday brunch I knew that I had to visit. New? Sartoria isn’t but the new brunch launched in the middle of March.  Where? Sat on the corner of Savile Row, you’ll find Sartoria at: 20 Savile Row, Mayfair, W1S, www.sartoria-restaurant.co.uk The Look: […]

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Reviews

We Review: Simpson’s in the Strand

What? A landmark restaurant on an iconic road. Open for 190 years. Synonymous with Churchill. Restaurants don’t get much more traditional than Simpson’s in the Strand. Or is it so set in its ways? Like an old aunt suddenly getting a face lift, last year it was given a new lease of life, with a refurbishment and updated menu. So, we headed over to see what had kept the restaurant going for so long and how it is faring its second wind. New? In a city where restaurants open and close faster than the doors on the tube, it often […]

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

London Wine Week is Back

There are so many ‘national’ days now that we take most of them with a pinch of cynicism, sorry but we’re not going to celebrate national pear day, one that we are ready to celebrate isn’t just a day, but a whole week and it starts on Monday: London Wine Week. Over 125 of the best wine bars and restaurants across the city will be serving over 500 different wines as part of tasting flights and ‘Sip & Snack’ food pairings as part of the seven -day adventure. There’ll be a new Hub in the garden of Flat Iron Square […]

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Openings & Launches

Another Posh Indian Opens In Central London

It’s the nation’s favourite dish, an institution and an art, so it’s only right that it should be found on very the doorstep of Buckingham Palace. The Rubens At The Palace has just opened a curry restaurant. The Curry Room is a new and exciting opening at this Victoria hotel, and will bring a unique blend of Indian and South African flavours to bear under the expert eye of Chef Arun Kumar. Working alongside The Rubens’ Executive Chef Ben Kelliher as well as Kevin Joseph, who is Executive Chef at The Rubens’ sister property The Oyster Box Hotel in South Africa, Kumar has […]

Awesome Afternoon Teas

The New Gin Themed Afternoon Tea to Land in Soho

Gin, it’s our favourite spirit (that’s a plural Londoners our, we don’t take sides here), it’s the epitome of the British summer drink, yep even Pimms is gin-based, a fact we should all know if we want to consider ourselves true Brits, so what could be both more summery and British than a gin themed afternoon tea? Perhaps the Royal Family eating it at a cricket match, but let’s not be pedantic here. Recently launched at The Soho Hotel, the Gin Mare G & Tea, the tea brings together the classic English afternoon tea with the Mediterranean flavours found in […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Try the World’s Oldest Sandwich

First of all, it’s not actually the world’s oldest sandwich, because that would be nothing more than dust now, unless of course they had whatever makes McDonalds seemingly unable to decompose back in the Qin dynasty of Shanxi Province (that’s 221 BC to 206 BC if you don’t know your dynasties). Instead, Mayfair restaurant, Murger HanHan is using a secret recipe that has been passed down through generations from their ancestors to create the sandwich and with the family who own the restaurant also having come from Shanxi Province you’ll be biting in to a little bit of history. Then […]

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