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Restaurant at Tate Modern Review

The Evening Standard has described the level 6 restaurant at the Tate Modern as ‘one of the best views in London’ so I knew I would be in for a good time on my review – and then it rained. Luckily for me, despite the weather’s best efforts to dampen my view, the mist...

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Pellicano Restaurant Review

Pellicano restaurant is a family owned Sardinian establishment who is currently finding a home at myhotel Chelsea, while their original residence at Elystan Street is under refurbishment. Their new location is on the ground floor of the hotel and has its own terrace when you can enjoy the hot...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Pellicano Restaurant Review

Pellicano restaurant is a family owned Sardinian establishment who is currently finding a home at myhotel Chelsea, while their original residence at Elystan Street is under refurbishment. Their new location is on the ground floor of the hotel and has its own terrace when you can enjoy the hot...

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Boyds Brasserie Afternoon Tea

If there’s anything we love at The Handbook it’s a good afternoon tea; delicious cakes and sandwiches down-sized to miniature portions, shrinking down those pesky calories with it meaning you are free to indulge in twice as much! (That’s my story and I’m sticking to it).

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The Betjeman Arms – Review

From the Geronimo Inns group comes the (newly re-launched) Betjeman Arms; ideally located on the upper level of Kings Cross St Pancras International so you can enjoy one last meal in the capital before catching your Eurostar; or even a welcome home drink after a long weekend away. We were...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Betjeman Arms – Review

From the Geronimo Inns group comes the (newly re-launched) Betjeman Arms; ideally located on the upper level of Kings Cross St Pancras International so you can enjoy one last meal in the capital before catching your Eurostar; or even a welcome home drink after a long weekend away. We were...

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Learn to cook with Food at 52

The days of sneakily ordering take-away and disposing of the containers before your beau/friends/family comes over for dinner are about to be a thing of the past, it’s time to get yourself to a cooking class. Whether you want to sneak off on your own and suddenly surprise your nearest and...

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Le Ziz – Review

In the middle of Dalston Square, a gleaming glassy complex that wouldn’t look amiss in the City (but is actually only a two-minute walk from Dalston Junction station), sits new Turkish restaurant ‘le ziz’. The sister restaurant to Canary Wharf’s Hazev, it’s the...

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Brunch at Q Grill

Last weekend we might have over indulged in the wine, just by a glass or two and the next morning we were in need of brunch… desperately.  This wasn’t time for green juices or spirulina, this was time for fried eggs, bacon and toast. So we headed off to Camden (all the way...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Brunch at Q Grill

Last weekend we might have over indulged in the wine, just by a glass or two and the next morning we were in need of brunch… desperately.  This wasn’t time for green juices or spirulina, this was time for fried eggs, bacon and toast. So we headed off to Camden (all the way...

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