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Are You Being Served? The Best Department Store Restaurants

Don’t get me wrong, I could waffle up Ikea meatballs until the cows (and pigs, inexplicably they’re made from both) come home, but that’s not quite what we’re talking about here. The department store in-house restaurant has come a long way since it was a case of grab a...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Table For One: Best Solo Dining Spots In London

Some things simply aren’t best when done alone; table tennis or moving a sofa or sex, for instance. But when it comes to dining out, don’t listen to the detractors, boldly stroll in and ask for a table for one. And if you’re going to go solo, then do it right. Find somewhere...

Openings & Launches

Just Launched: Prada Have Opened A Bakery!

Think of Prada and you’re picturing handbags, catwalks and Emily Ratajkowski wearing something slinky. You’re probably not thinking about custard tarts and chocolate eclairs. But you will now. Pasticceria Marchesi is Milan’s most established bakery, being founded in 1824 and now owned by Prada. The bakery is famed for its beautiful, mint green interior, its sugary sweets and panettone and is pretty much a Milanese landmark. It’s where celebrities come to take breakfast, fashionistas hang out and anyone who’s anyone comes to get their patisserie essentials. Well now it’s come to London. Pasticceria Marchesi has announced that they’ll be arriving in […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

A Blooming Amazing Floral Gin Bar Arrives

To gin or not to gin? That is the question. However it is also a question that should always return the answer yes, especially when it involves ginning in somewhere like this new Enchanted Garden, courtesy of South Place Hotel. In a nod to the change of seasons the bar will open up on the 11th of February equipped with all sorts of flora, fauna, blossoms and blooms simply asking for your Instagram to be updated with snaps of the colourful offering. The blooming awesome floral display takes inspo from the botanicals used in Martin Miller’s gin, which is a pretty […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Whatever Floats Your Restaurant: 7 Restaurants On Boats

Famously, there is nothing, absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats. Especially when we’re using the army term ‘messing’, as in to eat. Yes, we’re all at sea and dining on some of London’s best boat restaurants. After all, ship...

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:

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We’re Going Wild For This Soho Rice Restaurant

Famous amongst my colleagues for loving all things rice, I was zooming to this restaurant rocket-style. Wild Rice is Soho’s latest Thai edition, having opened up on the 18th of December last year. To be perfectly honest, as I guess I should be in a review, the name of the place – as the rice aficionado that I am – had me at hello. And so I went along to see if this aptly-named venue lived up to its tasty namesake. Brewer street certainly got lucky over Christmas as Both Wild Rice and Mamasan flung their doors open, both of […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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...

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