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Obica St Paul Review: What We Thought

New? Obica opened in March 2016, much to the delight of mozzarella-mad Londoners. Where? 4 Limeburners Lane, 1 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7AA obica.com On the menu: A lot of mozzarella plus pasta, pizza, charcuterie – classic Italian dishes. First Impressions: We dined on a Monday evening and...

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K West Hotel Spa Review – what we thought

New? It launched last year. Where? K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way, London W14 OAX k-west.co.uk On the menu: A selection of spa treatments including the Baobab Ritual which includes full body exfoliation, massage and energizing leg therapy with a scrub, essential oil and gel all made with...

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Vila Joya Review – What We Thought

When Europe’s leading boutique hotel (for 11 consecutive years) invite you to stay, you don’t say no. Especially when it is 5 star, has a restaurant with not one but 2 Michelin stars and oh, did I mention, is in Portugal? Where: Vila Joya, Estrada da Galé, 8200-416 Albufeira, Algarve...

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Blades At Hush Review – What We Thought

New? Hush isn’t new, having opened in 2000, but the Blades dining area only opened last month.  Where?  Lancashire Court, 8 Brook St, London W1S 1EY www.hush.co.uk On the menu: Blades is primarily all about steak, lobster and whiskey. A choice of three different cuts of meat are available, each...

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Boulestin Review – What We Thought

New? No – Boulestin has been around for a while, opening in September 2013. Where? 5 St James’s Street, SW1A 1EF www.boulestin.com On the menu: Boulestin update their menu regularly to ensure that their food is always as seasonal as possible. True to its French name, French cuisine is the...

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Late Nights at Dirty Bones Review – What We Thought

New?  Kensington and Soho have been getting dirty for a while now but the Dirty Late Nights have only recently launched – every Thursday, Friday and Saturday both venues have extended hours, meaning more time to eat, drink and be merry.  Where? Dirty Bones Kensington and Soho...

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Jar Kitchen Review – What We Thought

New? The bottomless brunch is new but Jar Kitchen opened at the start of last year. Where? 176 Drury Lane, WC2B 5QF www.jarkitchen.com On the menu: The bottomless brunch has a set menu with sides – you have brunch classics like granola and smashed avocado, alongside the likes of ox cheek and...

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The InterContinental London O2 – What We Thought

New? The InterContinental London O2 opened its (revolving) doors in November last year, so five months on we went along to see how things are going. Where? 1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0TW www.iclondon-theo2.comFirst Impressions: Leaving the crowds walking towards the stadium...

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Theo Randall at InterContinental Review – What We Thought

New? This year is actually the restaurants’ 10th anniversary so, to celebrate, the restaurant has been given a new look and the menu has been updated to include new rustic, Italian dishes. Where? InterContinental London, 1 Hamilton Place, W1J 7QY www.theorandall.com On the menu: Split into...

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Savini At Criterion – What We Thought

New?  Yes, Savini at Criterion opened just last month. Where? 224 Piccadilly, London W1J 9HP www.saviniatcriterion.co.ukOn The Menu: A delicious combination of British and Italian dishes.First Impressions: The doorman ushered us in off the busy streets of Piccadilly and helped us through the...

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