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We Review: Four Degree

What? For some the draw to Four Degree will be the fact that it is the UK’s first Macallan Whisky lounge, for others it will be its Japanese/modern European cuisine and for others, the art exhibits. New? Yes, it opened at the end of last year  Where? With views out on to the Thames, you’ll...

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We Review: Sticks N Sushi

What? Just as Ronseal does exactly what it says on the tin, Sticks N Sushi, does exactly as the name suggests, it serves yakitori sticks and sushi. Finding ourselves free on a rainy Saturday afternoon and with a new Sticks N Sushi having recently opened in Nova, we took the good, old, (slow)...

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We Review: Theo Randall at the InterContinental

What: Counting Jamie Oliver as a fan (see his praise splashed across Theo’s website and books) and Jay Rayner who claims Theo Randall served him “the best meal” he had “all year”, I was admittedly looking forward to eating at Theo Randall at the InterContinental and it did not...

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We Review: Tredwells

What: Wonder chef, Chantelle Nicholson, slays the menu at Tredwells. She first won me over when I attended her plant-based supper club last year and my return visit to sample the a la carte menu secured my position as a fan. New? Tredwells is well established after opening in 2014 as part of the...

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We Review: The May Fair Hotel’s Balenciaga Experience

What?  To celebrate Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion, the first-ever UK exhibition exploring Cristóbal Balenciaga’s work, The May Fair Hotel has created a new package which includes a night’s stay in the hotel, tickets to the exhibition at the V&A and breakfast the next morning. New? Whilst...

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We Review: Wright Brothers Battersea

What? With four restaurants north of the Thames, the Wright Brothers have decided to make the leap over the river to open their fifth restaurant in Battersea. South Londoners, you no longer have to make that perilous journey for oysters – it’s time to rejoice. New? Yes, it opened just in time...

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We Review: Rosa’s Thai Veggie Pop-Up

What: Popular Thai restaurant, Rosa’s Thai, has taken a leaf out of Pret’s book by hosting a purely vegetarian pop-up (with plenty of vegan options too). New? Brand spanking new and only taking place at their Soho restaurant, the veggie pop-up is available for 3 months. Where? 48 Dean Street...

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We Review: Gillray’s Vegan Menu

What: Breaking news – Waterloo-based steakhouse, Gillray’s, has gone vegan! Well not entirely, but they do now have a three-course vegan set menu which is a first for the restaurant and therefore a big deal. They have a fair amount of vegetarian options on their a la carte menu but have now...

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We Review: The Waldorf Hilton’s Charleston Tea Dance

What? A Sunday afternoon spent in swinging skirts, learning the Charleston, sipping on Champagne and scoffing down scones (like a lady). New? Far from it. The Waldorf Hilton Tea Dances have been going on for thirty years, and some of their patrons who have been there from the very beginning are...

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We Review: Tea at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

What? The 1920s, a time of frivolity post-war, a time when England was recovering from First World War, a time when the likes of Cecil Beaton and Nancy Mitford were at the centre of London’s raucous party scene. It was also the time that the building that the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten...

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