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King’s House, Chelsea

The Blurb

With the forthcoming coronation of our new monarch, there’s been quite a lot of chat about kings lately, so it seems that King’s House – a multi-faceted venue on King’s Road – really couldn’t have picked a better … Read more →

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Pure Indian Cooking

The Blurb

Set moments away from Putney Bridge and the gentle flow of the leafy Thames, Pure Indian Cooking has been serving up inventive, refined Indian cuisine since 2015. Owned by a husband-and-wife team; Faheem Vanoo and Shilpa Dandekar, both … Read more →

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Parson’s Nose At Home

The Blurb

What they say:

‘Parson’s Nose first graced the streets of Fulham in 2007, with one ambition in mind- to bring back the traditional butchers shop that was so loved from our childhood memories. At Parson’s Nose, a family-run Read more →

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Red Palace at The Vaults

The blurb

“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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The Waterside

The blurb

“After a weekend stroll on the riverside, a tiring day in the office or just because you fancy a G&T or two, stop by at the Waterside to relax and unwind.

We’re located overlooking the river Thames and … Read more →

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'Beautifully laid out without being stuffy'

The Imperial Arms

Open Mon–Thu 10am–11.30pm; Fri–Sat 9am–midnight; Sun 9am–11pm

“A pub for everyone” claims the website for the Imperial Arms. It’s rather hard to disagree with that statement. After all, the Imperial Arms is beautifully laid out without being stuffy, presents an … Read more →

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'There will most definitely be a next time'

Dip in Brilliant

Open Mon–Fri 5.30pm–10pm, Sat 5.30pm–11pm, Sun closed

The blurb

Dip in Brilliant is a trendy Punjabi cafe/restaurant in Fulham (next to Chelsea Football Club) led by celebrity chef Dipna Anand, whose passion and urge to take Punjabi food to a … Read more →

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'There’s a snack section featuring heavenly fresh-baked Pretzels'

Octoberfest Pub

Open Sun-Thurs midday–11pm, Fri-Sat midday-1am

The blurb

If you have never sampled the delights of an ‘echtes Oktoberfest’ (‘genuine Octoberfest’ for all you non-Teutonics) and feel regretful that another year with its obligatory October has passed you by without sampling … Read more →

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'It felt like a winter break to the Italian countryside'


Mon–Sat 12pm–3pm and 6.30pm–11pm, Sun 12pm–3pm

The blurb

It may be a clichéd term, but ‘authentic’ truly is the best way to describe Vicino. The name translates from Italian as ‘neighbouring,’ and this pretty much sums up the vibe that … Read more →

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'The dishes were authentic... The brusque service, however, interrupted our reminiscing'

Royal China, Fulham

Open Sun midday–4pm and 6pm–10pm; Mon–Sat midday–4pm and 6pm–11pm

The blurb

Using traditional ingredients and skills, this mini-chain of restaurants is headed up by award-winning executive head chef Man Yuk Cheung.

Well-known for its lunchtime dim sum menu, the dim … Read more →

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