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Pomona’s

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The blurb

Since opening its doors in 2016, Pomona’s has been a firm fixture on the Notting Hill foodie scene. But it is entering an exciting new culinary era, with the arrival of the talented Ruth Hansom as Head Chef. Hamsom is a fast-rising star in the UK hospitality industry; she joins Pomona’s from… Read more →

Lucknow 49

9 stars
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The blurb

A new Mayfair restaurant from ex-Fat Duck chef and founder of DUM Biryani, Dhruv Mittal. The casual Maddox Street eatery serves a menu of Lucknowi dishes (a variety of North Indian cuisine) in a laidback setting.

The style

The door is wide open on the warm evening we visit, and the relaxed vibe… Read more →

The Petersham

9 stars
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The blurb

The Petersham Hotel is a great excuse to escape London for the day, without having to go too far. A short walk from Richmond station, the hotel is perched on Richmond Hill, with views overlooking the River Thames and surrounding Petersham Meadows. Though this would make a lovely spot to spend… Read more →

Farzi Cafe

9 stars
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The blurb

‘Farzi Café is a modern spice bistro serving cutting edge, avant-garde Indian cuisine with a twist. The techniques might be new, the ingredients might be global, but the focus is on unapologetic authenticity that still suits every palate. Best described as a gourmet experience, it amalgamates… Read more →

St James’s Afternoon Tea at The Stafford Hotel

9 stars
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The blurb

Situated just off St James’s, The Stafford Hotel is surrounded by some of the highest-quality independent retailers in London. ‘St James’s Afternoon Tea’ brings to life six local stores, in a unique and delicious dining experience, with every bite as luxurious as its inspiration.… Read more →

Japanese Golden Week At Sake no Hana

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The blurb

In Japan, at the end of April every year, the country has a week of rest, this is called Golden Week. At the end of Golden Week, Koinobori, which means ‘carp streamers’ in Japanese, are flown to celebrate Children’s Day. Carp are considered the most spirited fish, so full of energy and power… Read more →