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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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Open Mon-Fri 7.30am – 1am, Sat 9am – 11.15pm and Sun 9am – 10.30pm

The blurb

Located at 85 Piccadilly, the collaboration between chef Ollie Dabbous and Mayfair wine boutique opened its doors in April 2018. With incredible views over … Read more →

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Open Mon–Wed 5pm–11pm, Thu–Sat midday–midnight

The blurb:

‘Albertine’s bar is nothing less than a local landmark: started in 1978, albeit in a rather different guise, by Sarah McEvedy (current co-owner and Allegra McEvedy’s mum), the cool, cosy pew-lined room provides … Read more →

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'Great for filling your boots; not so great for a date'

No. 11 Pimlico Road

Open Mon–Sat 9am–midnight, Sun 9am–11pm

The blurb:

Slap bang in the middle of Belgravia is a bistro that looks so inviting that whenever I walked past it I would make a mental note to pop in ASAP. No. 11 Pimlico … Read more →

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'Delicate flavours from the creamy sauce complemented the charred asparagus'

Charlotte’s Bistro

Open Mon–Thu midday–9.30pm; Fri midday–10pm; Sat 9am–10pm and Sun 9am–9.30pm

The blurb

During the summer months, most Londoners will experience a desire to escape the humid city. Despite being just at the western edge, Chiswick still offers that feeling of … Read more →

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Portobello House

Sunday lunch served all day Saturday and Sunday

The blurb

‘Portobello House Hotel is situated in Notting Hill near the famous Portobello Road Market with all its colourful buzz and artistic counter culture. Our guests can enjoy the choice of … Read more →

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Carluccio’s Richmond

Ahh—Carluccio’s. Staple of the British high street for years; in fact almost 30 years, Anthony Carluccio (rather charmingly called the ‘godfather of Italian gastronomy’ online) having opened the first Carluccio’s shop in 1991. He expanded the business eight years later … Read more →

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100 kensington
' Get in there before they come to their senses and bump up the prices'

100 Kensington

Afternoon tea Mon–Sun midday–5pm; dinner Mon–Sun 5.30pm–9.30pm; brunch Sat–Sun midday–4pm

“A mere stone’s throw from South Kensington tube station,” read the press release for 100 Kensington.

This is ironic because throwing stones is one of the first things I think … Read more →

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'Every dish on the menu is a mouthwatering delight'

Charlotte’s Place

Mon–Sun midday–2.30pm, 6pm–10pm

The blurb

Tucked away on the corner of Ealing Common is Charlotte’s Place—quite literally, the building where Charlotte originally lived. The 30-year old restaurant still stands in its Victorian shop front premises with a little row of … Read more →

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'This is clever and seriously scrumptious cooking'


Mon–Fri 10am–3pm, 6pm–10pm, Sat 9am–5pm, 6pm–10pm, Sun 9am–8pm

The blurb

‘One of the best kept secret scandals that rocked Victorian British aristocracy. Proud, elegant and curious, our very own Lady Charlotte Louisa Fitzrovia elopes with a suave and sophisticated street … Read more →

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