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We Review: Mac & Wild Great Titchfield Street

What? Think Scottish food and you most likely think of haggis, battered Mars Bar, Irn Bru and tatties, but just as we know that there is more to English food than fish and chips and sausage and mash; Mac & Wild, is a Scottish restaurant that will take you on a journey to the Scottish highlands via the finest wild venison, game and seafood. New? Nope, the first Mac & Wild opened in the autumn of 2016, it was soon followed by a pop-up in Devonshire Square, that went permanent last year. Where? The original Mac & Wild can be […]

Openings & Launches

Tortilla-We-Go Again: Borough Market Taco Joint Opens Second Restaurant

The guys behind El Pastor have come up with another Taco-based restaurant

Culture

Something Fishy’s Going On At Stevie Parle’s Restaurant

If you thought bookclubs were just middle aged women sat assessing the merits of the latest E.L.James ‘novel’ over white wine then think again, and head to Cookbook Club at Craft London. Don’t worry, there should still be white wine. Organised by Craft London’s Stevie Parle and Head Chef George Upshall, the latest book club will welcome the founders of Prawn on the Lawn, Islington’s favourite seafood restaurant. Rick and Katie Toogood established Prawn on the Lawn in 2013 as a seafood bar and fishmonger and later extended it out into a restaurant. Their debut cookbook, ‘Prawn on the Lawn: […]

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Culture

6 Immersive Experiences to Book Now

Ready to escape the 9-5? Want to lose yourself in another world for the evening? If so, then what you need is to get involved with one of London’s immersive experiences. Don’t just watch the story, be part of the story. Don’t just listen to the tale, live the tale. Don’t just eat dishes from around the world, go around the world. You get the drift…

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Travel

Travel Instagrammers you need to be following

Wondering which travel Instagrammers to follow? Look no further, here are our suggestions

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Health & Wellness

Hip Hop Yoga and Meditation

Yoga, it doesn’t all have to be about chanting and gongs it can be all about badass affirmation-based meditation set to Hip Hop and R’n’B. Yup it really can, just ask Sanchia Legister and Holiday Phillips who run Gyal Flex. Known as the ‘urban face of wellness’ the ladies will show you how to soothe your mind and ease your body using the ultimate R’n’B and beats playlist. It doesn’t matter if you’re a complete beginner and can barely touch your toes or if you wait for the tube in the crow pose and despite the name, guys you’re more […]

Culture

The Podcasts We’re Listening To Right Now

Wondering what podcast to listen to next? Look no further

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Celebrities & Influencers

Harry and Meghan to Wed at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane. Sort Of…

BIG update on the wedding of the year: Harry and Meghan aren’t getting married in Windsor Castle, instead they’re going to have their big day a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane. Before this gets all over Fleet Street’s diary pages I have to clarify, this isn’t Prince Harry, the ginger helicopter-flying royal, or indeed Suits star Meghan Markle, but a couple who coincidentally have The. Exact. Same. Names! So this is a genius marketing ploy, basically any couple called Harry and Meghan (they are accepting Meghan spelt the correct way – Megan – […]

Reviews

We Review: Dirty Bones

What: A dark den, and brunch menu to cure all hangovers however horrendous and seemingly terminal. New: Dirty Bones Kensington has been up in running since 2013 and the chain has been thriving ever since. Why? Because we just can’t get enough of their delicious comfort food, banging old school tunes and NYC vibe. Though the establishment may not be new the bottomless brunch menu is, and it was our job to put it through its paces. Where: 20 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4EP. www.dirty-bones.com The Look: We descended the steps carefully, into the growing darkness, and were seated […]

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What to do This Weekend

What to do This Weekend: 16th – 18th February

The sun’s out and the weekend is nigh. Here’s some ideas for things you might like to be doing come 6pm tomorrow. We don’t know about you, but it can’t come soon enough…

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