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Darbaar Opens in The City

Glamorous, modern Indian cuisine is finally coming to The City. The brainchild behind award-winning head chef Abdul Yassen, Darbaar promise to spice up those stuffy business lunches with some Indian flair. Previously at the Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, Yassen has an extensive skill set and...

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The Squiffy Picnic at Cahoots

Barge through the busy streets of Soho and emerge in the ever-vibrant Kingly Court, home of Pizza Pilgrims, The Rum Kitchen, Señor Ceviche, The Detox Kitchen… The list goes on, and includes Cahoots. This 1940s themed bar isn’t easy to find, and even when you do you don’t just walk...

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Hoppers Opens on Frith Street

With Gymkhana and Trishna already under their belts, siblings, Karam, Jyotin and Sunaina Sethi are opening their third restaurant next week, Hoppers. Taking inspiration from the roadside shacks of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, Hoppers’ menu will revolve around the hopper and dosa. For those who...

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York & Albany’s Winter Chalet

If you can’t make it to the Alps this winter then fear not, because York & Albany in Camden are launching their winter chalet and we’re pretty sure you can get to Camden. So stop crying into your salopettes, put down your skis and read on. Inspired by an alpine chalet, the walls will be...

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Selfridges’ New Rooftop Restaurant

Autumn is just a season of comfort really isn’t it? It’s not so cold that you don’t want to leave the house, the trees are glowing orange rather than being barren and spindly, you are excited about eating warming stews rather than force feeding yourself another mince pie. It’s just a nice...

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Back to the Future at Pizza Pilgrims

Film buffs all know that certain dates throughout the year bear particular significance; October 3rd (‘On October 3rd he asked me what day it is’), 4th May (‘May the fourth be with you’), the list goes on. It is extremely rare that a date is a one-off, and that the year mentioned is one we...

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Wahaca’s Day of the Dead Fiesta

In Mexico, Day of the Dead is celebrated with face paint, marigolds and foodie offerings to passed loved ones, and in London… we have DJs, bands, debates, immersive theatre and a whole lotta great food. Of course such a fiesta is being put on by Wahaca which means that no dancer will go...

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Rugby Legends Lunch

With their recent win against England being described as one of the finest hours in Welsh rugby, their World Cup campaign is still looking hopeful. Another historical moment at Twickenham was Sir Gareth Edwards’ try for the Barbarians against the All Blacks, back in 1973. Sophisticated American...

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SEVEN DEADLY SINS at the Royal Horseguards Hotel

The sinners over at The Royal Horseguards Hotel will surely be ruffling some feathers…and taste buds with the launch of their new set of cocktails wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy and gluttony.  The naughty mixologists at the 5 star hotel have devised the new drinks as the seasons change...

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Sexy Fish Opens

Are fish sexy? According to Caprice Holdings they are, as they launch the latest restaurant Sexy Fish in Berkeley Square on the 19th October. Alongside their Asian fish and seafood menu which is overseen by Head Chef, Ben Orpwood, (Zuma, Toko and the Sydney Collective Group) the 190 cover...

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