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Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s Oyster Bar & Grill Room Review – What We Thought

Next to Threadneedles Hotel in Bank sits Marco Pierre White’s Wheeler’s Oyster Bar & Grill Room. Seeing as ‘oyster’ is in the name, we were fully prepped and ready to swallow an oyster or two but surprisingly there was not a single one on the festive menu. The absence of oysters...

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The Vault at Milroy’s of Soho – What We Thought

With so many bars, pubs and speakeasies around London I often question how on earth there is space for them all. The answer, as I found out when I went to visit The Vaults at Milroy, is that some are hidden inside others and tucked underground behind hidden bookshelves (obviously!). I entered...

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Jingle Bells Brunch at 34 Review – What We Thought

Remember when we told you about the Jingle Bell Brunch at 34? If you don’t give it a read…Well, on finding ourselves stuck in the midst of the army of Christmas shoppers on Oxford Street, a force to be reckoned with, we weaved our way out of the crowds, feeling positively Scrooge like until we...

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Dirty Bones Soho Review – What We Thought

If you’re a fan of getting down and dirty then read on… Let’s pick our minds up out of the gutter shall we, because of course I’m talking about the second Dirty Bones which has recently opened in the food mecca that is Kingly Court. Found on the top floor, this restaurant is lighter than...

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Dirty Bones Soho Review – What We Thought

If you’re a fan of getting down and dirty then read on…  Let’s pick our minds up out of the gutter shall we, because of course I’m talking about the second Dirty Bones which has recently opened in the food mecca that is Kingly Court. Found on the top floor, this restaurant is lighter than...

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Skylon Review – What We Thought

Skylon in the Royal Festival Hall have welcomed Tom Cook to their kitchen. Despite his surname instilling a strong sense of confidence, Cook has proved himself at Le Pont de la Tour and Le Gavroche to name but a few so when I was invited down a few weeks into his new job I was excited to see (but...

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Voga at Coq D’Argent review – what we thought

Earlier this year we covered the launch of Voga at Coq D’Argent when they began their summer series of classes, well now winter is here and with it comes the festive version of voga. For those of you that don’t know, voga is mash up of traditional yoga and voguing – 80s dance...

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Blueprint Café Review – What We Thought

Due to Blueprint Café’s position in the Design Museum we hoped to have a quick culture hit before dinner but the museum was closed by the time we got there. The riverside location is enviable but I think the association with the museum conflicts slightly with what the restaurant is. Located...

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Christmas Unwrapped Afternoon Tea Review – What We Thought

I might be one of the only people to say this, but I’m not such a fan of Winter Wonderland. Too many people, the older I get the worse I seem to get at ice-skating and I’m not a fan of enforced fun, in short, it brings out the Grinch in me, I go from Tiny Tim to Ebenezer Scrooge before he sees...

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Christmas Unwrapped Afternoon Tea Review – What We Thought

I might be one of the only people to say this, but I’m not such a fan of Winter Wonderland. Too many people, the older I get the worse I seem to get at ice-skating and I’m not a fan of enforced fun, in short, it brings out the Grinch in me, I go from Tiny Tim to Ebenezer Scrooge before he sees...

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