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Robata

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Robata, this is the name of the charcoal grill commonly used in Japanese cooking – a technique that features heavily in this independent restaurant. Located in the bustling streets of Soho, Robata offers an extensive menu of sharing … Read more →

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Farzi Cafe

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‘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.… Read more →

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St James’s Afternoon Tea at The Stafford Hotel

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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 … Read more →

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Japanese Golden Week At Sake no Hana

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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 … 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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Romulo Cafe

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‘A taste of the Philippines in the heart of Kensington. We serve fine Filipino food 7 days a week.

When it comes to fiendishly good Philippine cuisine, Romulo Café is London’s answer to Manila’s fashionable restaurant and food … Read more →

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Three Of The Best Bottomless Brunches

Quaglino’s Q Brunches

Tucked away in the backstreets of Mayfair, Quaglino’s brings a slice of style and sophistication to London’s bustling brunch scene with its Q Brunch. Featuring live music, optional bottomless prosecco and a delicious menu of contemporary brasserie … Read more →

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Christian Dior Afternoon Tea at The Franklin Hotel, Knightsbridge

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“After women, flowers are the most divine of creations.” Christian Dior 1957.

Christian Dior was fascinated by gardens and flowers, the inspiration behind many of his designs. This, and his love of French flavours is beautifully captured in … Read more →

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Yauatcha

Lucy Lord celebrates Chinese New Year by feasting on dim-sum at Soho’s Yauatcha

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Dim sum teahouse offering contemporary Cantonese dim sum, patisserie inspired by European culinary techniques and Asian ingredients, and an extensive range of tea, wine and … Read more →

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The Oystermen

Open all 7 days a week 12-11pm

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There are hundreds of places in London that serve oysters but few are as obsessed as the founders of The Oystermen Seafood Bar & Kitchen in Covent Garden. Having opened in … Read more →

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