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We Review: Le Petit Chef

What: Dinner Time Story is a quirky dining concept where a humorous, animated chef, brought to life by several projectors, takes guests on a multi-sensorial food experience called Le Petit Chef – In The Footsteps Of Marco Polo. New? Dinner Time Story had a hugely successful launch in Dubai and...

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We Review: Galvin at Windows

What? Interestingly, there’s one guest who’ll never be visiting Galvin At Windows: The Queen. That’s because it’s the only building that The Queen refuses to ever enter. Stringfellows and Spearmint Rhino – she’s not come off the fence, but London Hilton Park Lane (on top of which...

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We Review Perrier-Jouët Christmas Afternoon Tea

What? To celebrate Christmas and that joy everyone feels when you hear the sound of a cork being popped, Palm Court at The Langham has joined up with Perrier-Jouët has created an afternoon tea that pairs each course with a different glass of Champagne. New? Yes, the tea launched at the end of...

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We Review Manetta’s Bar at Flemings Mayfair

What? Your latest haunt for drinks when  you need a little luxury. New? Yes and no…The bar was opened in the 1930’s as Manetta’s but after a while the bar lost its name and it rather faded into the background. However, with the refurbishment of Flemings and with the introduction of...

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We Review: Vegan Street Food in Camden

What: So it turns out that Camden Market is much more than a thriving metropolis for overpriced goth wear, dubious looking drug alternatives and cheap fast food. Not only have their food stalls improved overall, from which they are part of 1000 plus stalls, but the vegan offerings are plentiful and...

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We Review The Frog By Adam Handling

What? Having made a name for himself by winning whole host of awards and for creating officially (not so officially) the best dish in London- the cheese and truffle doughnuts, Adam Handling opened his second restaurant and the flagship site for the group: Frog by Adam Handling. A more grown up...

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We Review: Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell’s New Afternoon Tea

What?  Your great aunt Wilhelmina* has called, she is putting on an afternoon tea and has invited that you join her in her Georgian townhouse, for sandwiches, scones and of course an alcoholic tipple or two. New? Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell isn’t, but the tea is relatively new. During the...

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We Review Chutney Mary Brunch

What? A stunning Indian restaurant serving up traditional dishes with a clever, contemporary twist. New? No – you may remember its previous incarnation in Chelsea, where it enjoyed a gaudy couple of decades from 1990 until 2015, at which point it moved to its current location in...

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We Review Minnow

What? Is there a better way to spend a Sunday than having a lie in, going for a walk in the crisp winter sun (albeit through the air polluted streets of London) and rounding it off with a big roast for lunch? Because right now I can’t think of one. I’ve waited all summer to be able to feast on...

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We Review Q Brunch at Quaglino’s

What? Quaglino’s boozy Q brunch has been given an update and with no plans for the day, we took to Mayfair to indulge. New? Certainly not, Quaglino’s has 88 years of heritage behind it, having first opened in 1929. Visited by the Queen in 1953 and subsequently by the likes of Elizabeth Taylor...

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