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Radiofrequency Microneedling at AI Beauty Clinic

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This is what the Asian beauty clinic, AI Beauty, have to say about Radiofrequency Microneedling:

‘The laser technology that ENDYMED provides to customers is its pioneering and parented 3DEEP RF multi-source phase-controlled laser technology. It is a non-surgical Read more →

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28:50 Wine Bar & Kitchen

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Just a short walk from the Leicester Square, 28:50 Wine Bar & Kitchen provides a welcome escape from the bustling crowds and fast city pace. The restaurant is still relatively new, launched only at the end of 2019, … Read more →

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Dalloway Terrace

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Regularly dubbed as the most Instagrammable restaurant in London, I have to say I’m very excited to see what all the buzz is about, and from the minute I step onto the terrace I understand; it is very … Read more →

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Afternoon Tea at The Waldorf Hilton

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Located in the heart of London’s spirited theatre district, The Waldorf Hilton London, known for its Edwardian architectural aesthetic and accommodating service, have announced their plans to deliver a little piece of British luxury to Londoners’ doors, with … Read more →

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Hide at Home

Lockdown has really made me appreciate the luxury of someone else preparing fantastic food for you. London’s food scene is part of what makes it one of the most exciting cities in the world, and my thoughts are with all … Read more →

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Ember Yard

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Back with a fresh design, a contemporary basement bar and a brand new head chef at the helm, Ember Yard returns to Soho’s Berwick Street with an exciting relaunch menu to delight the tapas-lovers among us. Brought to … Read more →

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City Social, Tower 42

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Tower 42 (recently renamed The Salesforce Tower) was once London’s tallest building. Standing at a ‘modest’ 181 metres tall, it is now overshadowed by newer neighbours like The Shard, Twentytwo and One Canada Square. But that doesn’t make … Read more →

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Red Palace at The Vaults

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“This is a fairy-tale…!” Perhaps, but not as you know it. Shotgun Carousel wowed audiences (and us) last year with their innovative take on the Greek deities and all things culinary with their immersive-dining show ‘Divine Proportions’ at … Read more →

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Evoluzione Restaurant, Hotel Xenia, Kensington

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Part of the Autograph Collection, Xenia Hotel, in Kensington, is named after the ancient Greek concept of hospitality, whereby generosity and courtesy is shown to those far away from home. From the moment the door was opened by … Read more →

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Darby’s

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If you’ve heard of The Dairy, Counter Culture and Sorella, in Clapham, you’ll already have high expectations of Robin and Sarah Gill’s new restaurant, Darby’s – and of the four, this may be my favourite. Unlike the other … Read more →

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