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Gouqi, St James’s

In the heart of London’s Piccadilly, a stone’s throw from Trafalgar Square, is Gouqi. Pronounced ‘Goh-Jee’, the restaurant is named after the goji berry, a symbol of health and vitality in Chinese Culture.

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Ayllu, Paddington

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Ayllu is a Peruvian/Japanese restaurant in the heart of Paddington’s recently rejuvenated Regent’s Canal area. Serving contemporary sharing plates, sushi, ceviche and cocktails, ‘Ayllu’ now offers an all-new discounted menu with dishes starting from as little as … Read more →

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The William, Kensal Rise

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Loci Pubs was founded by brothers Ben and Ed Robson, and their childhood friend Adam Gostyn. After years spent working at the heart of London hospitality, they aspired to find once-loved pubs and transform them into proper locals, … Read more →

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Viajante87, Notting Hill

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On a crisp autumn evening several nights ago, a friend and I headed to one of my favourite West London neighbourhoods, Notting Hill, to visit the late-night cocktail bar Viajante87. We would have walked past the venue (a … Read more →

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Sunday Brunch with Live Jazz at The Brasserie, St Pancras by Searcy’s

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Searcy’s has been a stalwart of the British hospitality scene for over 175 years. The chain now has residencies at some of London’s most iconic landmarks such as The Gherkin, The Barbican and the oldest part of St … Read more →

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Maresco, Soho

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It was one of those desolate nights when Soho can feel like a wasteland. ‘Where is everyone?’. I run through my mental checklist; it isn’t a bank holiday, nor is there a train strike (for once) … Read more →

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Bar 1790, The Sandeman Quarter

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Nestled in St Swithins Lane, not far from other city-worker favourites, like The Ned and Coq D’Argent, is Bar 1790, a wine and tapas bar, with a big Portuguese influence. The bar is named after George Sandeman, who … Read more →

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King’s House, Chelsea

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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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The Act, Notting Hill

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The latest of London’s all singing-all dancing bars, The Act is a chic Cocktail bar with a twist. Their talented team give live performances throughout the evening creating a fabulous, fun atmosphere, guaranteed to get you up … Read more →

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Bandra Bhai

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Beneath the streets of Fitzrovia, step into a retro Indian smugglers’ den. Full of spectacular trinkets, foreign liquor, gaudy art, and velvet upholstery, Bandra Bhai is a tribute to underground operations of years gone by and is now … Read more →

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