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Theo Randall at the InterContinental Turns 10

Oh to be ten again – not a care in the world, you were in Year Five so you had been elevated to the lofty heights of sitting on the benches in assembly but you didn’t have to do your SATS. You had authority in the playground but you didn’t have the imposing threat of Year Sevens waiting for...

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Fashionably Late Lunch at Le Caprice

By now you’re probably aware that British Vogue is this year celebrating its centenary; 100 years of bringing Brits the latest fashions, from the covetable to the curious, with an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Responding to such a cultural milestone, many of London’s best-known...

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5 Top Fuss-Free Restaurants

Sometimes, you book a table at a specific restaurant for the luxurious pull-your-chair-out, fold-your-napkin and intricate sommelier service that’s on offer. You want to work your way through a Bible of a wine list and try to decipher the list of ingredients that make up the complex...

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Som Saa: From Pop-up to Permanent

Som saa: It’s the classic modern day rags to riches story, a Dick Whittington tale if you will. Founded by Andy Oliver, Tom George and Mark Dobbie, it started life off as pop-up in Peckham, hosting a year-long residency at Climpson’s Arch in London Fields, crowdfunding £700,000 in three days...

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The Wild West Comes East

North, South, East, West – we all have our little pocket of London we are most at home in, but now the West is coming to the East… Confused? Wild West-themed Django Bango is coming to Brick Lane; a full replica of a desert town, complete with hay bales, hog roast and copious amounts of...

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Chucs Opens in Notting Hill

When you think Notting Hill several things come to mind, Hugh Grant obviously, the carnival, Portobello market, the sorts of houses we dream about, boutique shops and of course places to brunch. And Chucs is bringing the last two together with the opening of its second boutique and restaurant.

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Strand Palace Hotel Welcomes Sacred Cafe

The Strand has welcomed a new independent coffee brand to its well trodden streets, offering strong competition up against the selection in McDonalds/Starbucks/Pret/Caffe Nero on the same stretch of London. Discerning coffee drinkers (some may say coffee snobs… yep, that’s us) will no...

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Dickie Fitz: New to Newman Street

This month will see a newcomer to the restaurant group Affinity Bars & Restaurants as Dickie Fitz opens to join the likes of The Henry Root and Lady Ottoline. Setting up on Newman Street and spread across two floors, Dickie Fitz will be serving up flavours of the Pacific with laid back...

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The Lido Cafe’s Kitchen Takeovers

To us, any mention of a lido brings back rose-tinted memories of sun drenched days when we were little, splashing around the local lido then sitting patiently on a picnic rug, wrapped in a towel and waiting to be served cocktail sausages and sandwiches with the crusts cut off. Those days may be...

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Gyoza: Japanese in Covent Garden

You know what will always love you? Food. That’s what. Food will always love you and we’ll always love food. So yes, Sunday is Valentine’s Day but you know what Monday is? It’s the opening of Gyoza restaurant in Covent Garden. If you don’t know, Gyoza are small dumplings packed with meat...

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