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myhotel Bloomsbury Review

The Handbook escaped south west London and headed into central London to spend a night on Bedford Street at Myhotel Bloomsbury.Part of a group of boutique hotels, Myhotel Bloomsbury is meant to be a fusion of east meets west, although this theme wasn’t too apparent throughout the hotel...

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Whisky Mist

London’s notorious Whisky Mist night club, famed for its opulent décor, whisky and celebrities, officially reopens tomorrow promising a darkly glamorous new spin on its Scottish heritage. It has been extensively refurbished by Nick House and a team brought together from the best...

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Art at DISCO

Combine the West End’s most vibrant night spot DISCO with up and coming street artists and you know it’s going to be cool, right? Well find out for yourself this February in a six week exhibition that will constantly evolve all the way through fashion week until the end of...

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Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at The Sanderson

Late, late for a very important date? Well not to worry as there’s still time to book a perfectly eccentric Mad Hatter's themed tea at Sanderson hotel!Served on the 15th and 16th from 12.30-8pm, the tea will include a variety of tasty treats inspired by the Lewis Caroll classic.

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La Porte Des Indes Review

Cutting an unassuming exterior and tucked away from the bustle of Marble Arch stands veteran Indian restaurant La Porte Des Indes. Innocently painted a plain white and looking very inconspicuous, all former expectations of this being a cramped curry house were dropped as we walked into a huge...

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La Porte Des Indes Review

Cutting an unassuming exterior and tucked away from the bustle of Marble Arch stands veteran Indian restaurant La Porte Des Indes. Innocently painted a plain white and looking very inconspicuous, all former expectations of this being a cramped curry house were dropped as we walked into a huge...

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Wiltons

This month the iconic London institution will reopen with a brand new bar and Saturday night dinner service. The restaurant established by George William Wilton in 1742 as a stall in St James’ selling oysters, shrimps and cockles is now owned by the Hambro family and located on Jermyn...

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Chotto Matte Soho New Lunch Menu

If the sandwich has lost it’s allure or the idea of yet another pasta salad leaves you cold, let Chotto Matte in Soho take over and introduce you to their new lunch menu of quick and healthy Japanese dishes.With a menu based around the Japanese term ‘Bento’, meaning multi...

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Valentine’s Day at 1 Lombard Street

This is a place is rooted in romance. Once a bank run by the father of Charles Dicken’s first love Maria Beadnell, the writer himself would walk the street in the early hours staring at the building where his true love dozed. Definitely one to keep up your sleeve to get your date all doey...

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Bront—Ď inspired afternoon tea Review

What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than having tea at the glorious Gilbert Scott? Without a doubt it is one of my favourite buildings in London: the grandeur, the faded Victorian glamour (it opened in the 1870s) and the rich colours so it only seemed right that we took a little trip...

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