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Love Brunch at Kensington Roof Gardens

Up until now I had always thought of brunch as a post party affair, normally slightly hung over from the night before, we would go in search of eggs royale, strong cups of coffee, bacon and maple syrup pancakes and sometimes a bloody Mary or two. Or if not the night before, post gym/early morning...

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Central and Co

Central and Co instantly strikes me as a young, trendy, well decorated bar and diner which is perfectly situated a few minutes’ walk from the busy hubbub of Oxford Street. Large clear doors have been opened so that the tables spill out onto the street on this warm evening. Inside we are led...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Central and Co

Central and Co instantly strikes me as a young, trendy, well decorated bar and diner which is perfectly situated a few minutes’ walk from the busy hubbub of Oxford Street. Large clear doors have been opened so that the tables spill out onto the street on this warm evening. Inside we are led...

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Dirty Martini Summer Nights

Tucked away in a corner of Hanover Square you will find one of London’s two Dirty Martini bars, and last week we made a trip down to Oxford Circus, to spend an evening trying out their new ‘Summer Nights’ Thurdsays!We made ourselves comfortable on the chic leather...

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Jamaica Jamaica at The Jam Tree

Last week The Handbook went over to the Jam Tree in Clapham Old Town, to get into the Carribean spirit, at their Jamaica Jamaica pop up.The pub was getting into the mood with Jamaican flags and waiters dressed in bright yellow t-shirts, but where was the reggae sound track? Perhaps Bob Marley...

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Jamaica Jamaica at The Jam Tree

Last week The Handbook went over to the Jam Tree in Clapham Old Town, to get into the Carribean spirit, at their Jamaica Jamaica pop up.The pub was getting into the mood with Jamaican flags and waiters dressed in bright yellow t-shirts, but where was the reggae sound track? Perhaps Bob Marley...

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The Handbook visits The Roof Gardens and Babylon

This year sees the 75th anniversary of Kensington favourite, the Roof Gardens, and so The Handbook team took a midweek trip to celebrate!Having been transported up to Babylon on the lofty 7th floor, we drank in the views of the garden and streets below as we sipped on Apple and Raspberry...

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A Fish Out of Water…and into my Mouth

As sushi restaurants go K10 is as trendy and efficient as they come, situated in Appold Street it’s a stone’s throw from the slightly less appetising Gherkin. It’s the second venture for K10 with their first endeavour being a successful restaurant merely 10 minutes away in...

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Summer cocktails at the Hyatt Regency Churchill

Last week, with the evenings still being so glorious, The Handbook headed over to Portman Square at The Churchill Bar at the Hyatt Regency Churchill, for some post work cocktails.Designed around and inspired by the young Winston Churchill and his love for Clementine, the attention to detail in...

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Summer cocktails at the Hyatt Regency Churchill

Last week, with the evenings still being so glorious, The Handbook headed over to Portman Square at The Churchill Bar at the Hyatt Regency Churchill, for some post work cocktails.Designed around and inspired by the young Winston Churchill and his love for Clementine, the attention to detail in...

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