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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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Sunborn London Yacht Hotel, Royal Victoria Dock

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The only time I am fortunate enough to see a yacht is usually when I am on holiday, aimlessly strolling around the docks staring at a luxury I’d long to have. Little did I know, there was an … 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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Pomona’s

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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.… Read more →

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The Petersham

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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 … Read more →

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No. Fifty Cheyne

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Opened originally in 2003 by entrepreneur and Cheyne Walk resident Sally Greene (the founder-director of the Old Vic Theatre and proprietor of Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club), this Chelsea institution has been given a new lease of life following … Read more →

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