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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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Chez Antoinette

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“Everything I know about food and dinner parties was taught to me by my beautiful Grandmother, known to all as, Antoinette” said co-owner Aurelia. “Our menus showcase her love for authentic French cuisine, every dish is prepared with … Read more →

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Ember Yard

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Back with a fresh design, a contemporary basement bar and a brand new head chef at the helm, Ember Yard returns to Soho’s Berwick Street with an exciting relaunch menu to delight the tapas-lovers among us. Brought to … 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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Red Palace at The Vaults

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“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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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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