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Tredwell’s

‘This is the food you want to eat, when you want to eat’ boldly states Tredwell’s website. Such a big claim (we’re also hoping it means they’ll be serving pudding late into the night), yet knowing that it’s the new restaurant from the Marcus Wareing Restaurant group puts us at ease. Opening on Upper St Martin’s Lane at the end of September, Tredwell’s is accessible dining for everyone and anyone, it’s informal but informed, stylish but relaxed, so not only can you take a date there but if you feeling a little jaded from a big night out and are […]

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D and D’s Blackout Dinners

As part of the Totally Thames Festivals (where the beauty and the history of the river is celebrated), restaurant big dogs D&D have been hosting their Blackout dinners once again throughout September in their riverside restaurants.  For those who missed out last year, the dinners (which are a set menu and price) are hosted by candlelight so that diners can experience the unspoilt beauty of the Thames at night, because let’s be honest it’s much more magical at night, when the sludgy brown water becomes a sparklingly black and is lit up by the lights of the city along the […]

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LFW Guide

As London Fashion Week begins we’re sure you’ve got your fashion events schedule sorted but what about what the city’s restaurants, bars and cafés have to offer in tribute? Stylish afternoon teas and cocktails abound as we give you a run down of our favourite places to ingest this London Fashion Week because after all, a girl’s got to eat.   Lady Bunny’s Afternoon Tea at The Gilbert Scott Bunny Little, of fashion favourite’s Bunny Little’s Bakery, has teamed up with The Gilbert Scott to offer a fun and fashionable pop-up afternoon tea. The menu is made up of delicious fashion fused […]

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The Ultimate Chocolate Indulgence

As if we didn’t need more of an excuse to eat chocolate, 13th-19th October is National Chocolate Week – amazing! And to celebrate, pudding professionals Gü have joined up with the award-winning Plum + Spilt Milk to create a super special (and chocolatey) three course menu. The limited edition menu incorporates four types of chocolate as core ingredients and what results is a terrifically tantalising trio of dishes that are certainly not to be missed. They’re serving up pan-fried scallops and a loin of venison with a delightful chocolate twist. And fans of Gü‘s Melting Middles certainly won’t be disappointed […]

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The Booking Office

The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel’s latest offerings in the Booking Office are causing quite a stir. With its late licence and a decadent drinks menu to drool over, it is set to be one of the most exciting drinking destinations in London. The Booking Office’s collaboration with Heads, Hearts and Tails gives their exclusive range of pick-me-ups an innovative edge. The Preservation Martini, a deconstructed cocktail, comes with separate condiments so that you become your very own mixologist. And if like us, you can’t resist an exciting cocktail glass then you’re in for a treat; expect apothecary style jars and […]

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SNOG at Home

Now you can enjoy a SNOG in the privacy of your own home. Frozen yogurt giants SNOG have just launched a brand new range of mini SNOG pots that you can enjoy at home. If like me, you love frozen yogurt but sadly don’t live near any SNOG outlets then you’ll be delighted to hear that you can pick up one of their refreshing and delicious pots at a supermarket near you. They come in three fruity variants; Summer Berry Berry Slam, Berry Blue Acai Burst and Passionfruit Pip Pop, each made with a combination of yogurt, exotic fruits and […]

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Mid-Autumn Festival at Hutong

We’re at that funny time in the year when there is nothing to celebrate quite yet, the summer is almost over, Halloween isn’t here yet, we can’t get excited about bonfire night and don’t even mention the C word (to clarify that is Christmas…in case you thought otherwise). How about the Mid-Autumn festival then?  You might not have heard of it, but it’s celebrated in China on the 15th day of the 8th month in the lunar calendar during a full moon. Celebrating the legend of Chang’e, the moon goddess, and Houyi, the archer, Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for […]

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The Berkeley

Although it is still summer (don’t look outside though, as you might not believe us) that’s no reason to not start planning your winter festivities. As 'double leg under the duvet' seasons starts to draw in on us we can begin the hibernation process with glee. Out with the summer blanket, thigh-skimming warbrobe and salads; in with double duvets, woolly jumpers and anything delicious and carb-filled. As if that wasn't enough reason to celebrate the fast-approaching cold weather The Berkeley is returning with another season of rooftop winter cinemas, where guests can enjoy home-made hot chocolate and Berkeley mince pies […]

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The Honor Oak Review

South London’s newest dining experience, The Honor Oak, has recently opened its doors after an expensive refurbishment with the aim to restore it back to its former glory days as a popular community hub in South East London. Whenever a pub opens that bids farewell to the days of the old man pub I breathe a sigh of relief; mustard walls, brown curtains and sticky bars are banished here in lieu of classic moss-coloured walls, hand-cut silhouettes for decoration and industrial looking light features. The menu keeps true to British flavours with Chef Robert Radcliffe in the kitchen drawing on […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Honor Oak Review

South London’s newest dining experience, The Honor Oak, has recently opened its doors after an expensive refurbishment with the aim to restore it back to its former glory days as a popular community hub in South East London. Whenever a pub opens that bids farewell to the days of the old man pub I breathe a sigh of relief; mustard walls, brown curtains and sticky bars are banished here in lieu of classic moss-coloured walls, hand-cut silhouettes for decoration and industrial looking light features. The menu keeps true to British flavours with Chef Robert Radcliffe in the kitchen drawing on […]

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