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We Review: Flemings Mayfair

What? One of the last remaining privately owned hotels in London and the hotel thought to be the inspiration for Agatha Christie’s novel At Betram’s Hotel, Flemings Mayfair is also home to restaurant, Ormer Mayfair by Shaun Rankin and the Manetta’s bar. New? Nope, Flemings is actually one of...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

We Review: Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner

What: London’s first 100% vegan diner. New? As any vegan worth their salt will know, Camden is the place to go for vegan food with more and more vegan eateries popping up by the week. Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner is the newest addition as of April 2018, joining neighbours like Young Vegans and...

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We Review: The Basque Menu at Bar Boulud

What? Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud’s most recent trip saw him head to Savoie and onto the neighbouring Basque Country. On his travels he filled up on fresh fish, pinxtos and bacalao, his new spring menu brings together these classic dishes and flavours. New? No, Bar Boulud was Daniel...

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We Review: Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea Power Station

What? A feast for the senses with hot spices and aromas; it’s modern Indian cuisine with a British influence. New? Cinnamon Kitchen has been thriving since 2008 after the success of Cinnamon Club restaurant took London by storm and redefined modern Indian cooking in the city. Their latest...

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We Review: Omar’s Place

What? An open invitation to experience some of the most exquisite flavours and smells of the Mediterranean in a relaxed tapas fashion. New? Yes it is, it is the creation of the restaurateur Omar Shabaan, whose family have clocked up years of experience with restaurants in Egypt through their very...

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We Review: Lutyen’s Grill at The Ned

What? With eight restaurants on the ground floor serving everything from French quiches and poke bowls to New York style bagels and Italian dishes, Lutyens Grill, is The Ned’s American grill restaurant. New? Lutyens Grill opened with The Ned last year, but until recently it was only for Ned’s...

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We Review: The Garden Tea at Four Seasons Hotel Park Lane

What? If spring signals the start of hayfever season, then fear not, we have a new way for you to enjoy the English countryside albeit in the form of cakes, because for its latest afternoon tea, the Four Seasons Hotel Park Lane has partnered with Chelsea Physic Garden to create a floral themed...

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Critics’ Choices: Everywhere We Reviewed in March

Pancake Day fell early this year, with all it’s batter-ey fun and flipping madness. But with it came a slew of Lent resolutions, from one team member giving up sugar to my re-instigation of the ‘no thirds’ diet. As a result we all cut back on our restaurant reviews, hence so few...

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We Review: Sunday Lunch at Kettner’s Townhouse

What: Soho’s favourite, Kettner’s Townhouse is back, having been bought up by Soho House it now returns as restaurant, Champagne bar and 33 bedroom boutique hotel. New? London has had a long love affair with Kettner’s, it was established back in 1867 by August Kettner rumoured to have been...

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Travel

We Review: Boutique Country Hotel, Stoke Place

What: In the amount of time it takes you to get across London (especially if you’re on the District Line), you could leave the city behind you, leave the packed tubes, the pollution, the noise and find yourself in Stoke Place, a country house sat in 26 acres of Buckinghamshire parkland…you...

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