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Flower Pop at Gaucho Sloane

Argentine cuisine meets the Chelsea Flower Show in Gaucho Sloane’s special Botanical Menu, created with a nod to Britain’s most floral festivities. From flower-themed cocktails to petal salads, The Handbook reviews this gardener’s feast.Beginning with cocktails, the Rose...

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The Lido Cafe Makes A Splash

The Lido Cafe is within short walking distance from Herne Hill station and overlooks the large Brockwell outdoor swimming pool which is where The Lido Cafe gets its name. Inside the restaurant it is light and simply decorated giving a clean, airy feel whilst outside offers a shaded seating area...

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The Lido Cafe Makes A Splash

The Lido Cafe is within short walking distance from Herne Hill station and overlooks the large Brockwell outdoor swimming pool which is where The Lido Cafe gets its name. Inside the restaurant it is light and simply decorated giving a clean, airy feel whilst outside offers a shaded seating area...

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Manicomio Chelsea’s New Ten Year Menu

Manicomio Head Chef Tom Salt’s Ten Year Menu celebrates a decade of mouth-watering dishes at this popular Chelsea haunt. Set to coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show and running throughout the summer, this colourful and flamboyant menu provides a round-up of Manicomio favourites in what...

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The Lord Palmerston in Tufnell Park

Geronimo Inns have really done a fine job on this North London gastropub. Perched attractively on a leafy corner of Tufnell Park, the establishment was recently renovated and now oozes simplicity and charm, with large windows and high ceilings giving a lovely open feeling. The Lord Palmerston...

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The Lord Palmerston in Tufnell Park

Geronimo Inns have really done a fine job on this North London gastropub. Perched attractively on a leafy corner of Tufnell Park, the establishment was recently renovated and now oozes simplicity and charm, with large windows and high ceilings giving a lovely open feeling. The Lord Palmerston...

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Back to the 1920s at Hyatt Regency London The Churchill

To celebrate the release of Great Gatsby, The Montagu restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Churchill are hosting Great Gatsby nights each Thursday throughout May, inviting guests to dress up in their best 1920s attire and to enjoy a three course meal and last week The Handbook went down to check it...

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Roll up, roll up for Circus

The first thing that has to be said about Circus London is that it is pure escapism. As soon as you step through those doors you are transported out of the bustle of Covent Garden and into the bustle of what only can be described as a surreal, unique cocktail fantasy. Outside the hype is noisy...

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The Handbook goes to Heaton Butler and Bayne

Last night The Handbook headed to Heaton Butler and Bayne in Covent Garden, the new restaurant created by Robert Siegler. Situated in a former stained glass factory on the corner of Floral and Garrick Street in Covent Garden, the first thing we noticed was how simple and minimal the decor was...

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The Handbook goes to Heaton Butler and Bayne

Last night The Handbook headed to Heaton Butler and Bayne in Covent Garden, the new restaurant created by Robert Siegler. Situated in a former stained glass factory on the corner of Floral and Garrick Street in Covent Garden, the first thing we noticed was how simple and minimal the decor was...

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