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Reframing Valentine’s Day: Why You Should Put Down the Heart-Shaped Box of Chocolates

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Somewhere between red roses and Tinder, Valentine’s Day lost its footing. These days, people are more likely to celebrate Valentine’s Day because they feel obliged to, not because they want to. Failing this, many may even participate for the sake of a like-worthy post on social media. In the UK,… Read more →
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Floating restaurant and bar barges, Darcie and May Green, now officially open in Paddington

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Award-winning Australian restaurant group Daisy Green Collection is excited to announce that its two dazzling city barges, Darcie and May Green, are now officially open to the public. Situated directly outside Paddington station, in an unparalleled west London water-top setting on the Grand Union… Read more →
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Festive frivolities at Ping Pong

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For festive feasting with a twist, head to Ping Pong this year for an alternative array of Christmas delights that is sure to still jingle those bells. And for those looking to take their festive frivolities a step further, get down-and-dirty with Ping Pong’s famed masterclasses, including cocktailRead more →
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Enjoy a Thai Christmas in the heart of Belgravia at Mango Tree

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This Christmas, Mango Tree, the award-winning Thai restaurant a short walk from Buckingham Palace, has designed a special menu focusing on traditional Thai ingredients infused with herbs and spices that cleverly meld classic festive flavours with authentic Thai cooking, to create mouthwatering… Read more →
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Eight months, eight courses, eight countries: One Star House Party

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One Star House Party is an unprecedented pop-up restaurant travelling to 20 different countries in 20 months to build 20 very different restaurants using what they discover along the way. The team comprises chefs trained in some of the world’s best restaurants, including Denmark’s NOMA, London’s… Read more →
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STK London gets the party started with new seasonal menu

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Summer is officially over, the nights are drawing in and party season is just around the corner, so it’s time to dust off those dancing shoes and head to STK London for its new sassy seasonal menu, packed full of sensational showstopping dishes. The new menu offers an array of seasonal gamey dishes full… Read more →
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The mooncake lands in London

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From September Bun House and Tea Room, the Cantonese cocktail den inspired by 1960s Hong Kong and set beneath the streets of Soho, celebrates the Mid-Autumn festival with mooncakes. Symbolic of the season’s first full moon, the sweet cakes take up a month-long residency on the menu in the lead up… Read more →
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Original Dirty Bones reopens in Kensington

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After closing its doors for structural works earlier this year, the original Dirty Bones re-opened on 15th September, ready to once again serve NYC-inspired comfort food and cocktails to Kensington and its local surrounds. Bringing with it a fresh menu of new-to-Kensington dishes, Dirty Bones’… Read more →
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Flavour Bastard launches in Soho

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Launched in September 2017 in the heart of Soho, Flavour Bastard is a journey of flavours. The best meal I’ve had in Soho in several years. Describing itself as ‘cuisine-agnostic’, they weren’t wrong. Exquisite small plates of perfectly balanced deliciousness arrived… Read more →
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Soft launch offer as the Middle East comes to Crocker’s Folly

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It’s all change at the stunning Grade II listed Crocker’s Folly in St John’s Wood. Owners Maroush Group have gone back to their roots with a brand new menu that embraces the very best of Lebanese cuisine, and to celebrate there’s a soft launch with 50% off food until Thu 31 Aug. Find a fantastic… Read more →