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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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Hām

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Four months after one of the biggest pandemics to hit the world, I’m finally back eating at a restaurant. And I’m very glad it was Hām. A casual and friendly neighbourhood restaurant in West Hampstead, Hām is open … Read more →

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The Shed

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The Shed in Notting Hill is the flagship restaurant brought to you by the Gladwin Brothers, including Chef Patron Oliver, Restauranteur Richard, and Gregory, a west Sussex based farmer. Opened in 2012, The Shed’s shabby-chic interior and ‘local … 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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Chrissy’s Kitchen

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Chrissy’s Kitchen strives to make every meal one to remember. Chrissy has always been passionate about food, and growing up in a large Swedish/Greek family meant that food and events have always been a huge part of her … Read more →

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Studio 5ive

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Housed within the walls of the Troubador Theatre in Wembley Park, Studio 5ive forms part of the area’s ongoing push towards regeneration. It’s billed as a pre or post dining destination, but it also hosts its own Live … Read more →

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Sussex

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Newly opened restaurant Sussex is the latest (and greatest) venture of the Gladwin brothers, following on from the success of The Shed (Notting Hill), Rabbit (on the Kings Road) and Nutbourne (in Battersea). There is culinary history in … 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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Galvin at Windows

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Step through the oscillating doors of The Hilton Hotel, make your way through the grand lobby and take the lift up to Gavlin at Windows. Situated on the 28th floor, the restaurant offers spectacular views across London. Launched … Read more →

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Adam Handling Chelsea

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Beginning his career at the young age of 16, who would have thought that Adam Handling, now just 31, would be an accomplished chef and owner of three restaurants and three bars, including Frog, Eve Bar and Adam … Read more →

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