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Riviera

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Taking inspiration from France’s sun-splashed Côte d’Azur (and iconic hotspots like Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice and Antibes, in particular), the new Riviera restaurant has just opened its doors on upscale St James’s Street. The chic new outpost comes from … Read more →

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Sticks’n’Sushi, Victoria

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Sticks’n’Sushi has been around for years, and last week I finally had the pleasure of visiting Victoria restaurant. Most people know the delicious sushi chain, it has been around for almost thirty years, first opening in Copenhagen in … Read more →

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Sumosan Twiga

 

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Sumosan Twiga is a Knightsbridge staple. Known for serving Japanese and Italian dishes, the brand can be found in hotspots all around the world including Moscow, Dubai, Courchevel, Berlin, Montenegro, and Monaco.

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Chez Antoinette, Victoria

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What does the word ‘brasserie’ mean to you? Banks of bistro tables and beautifully aged and distressed mirrors? Well-dressed waiting staff carrying trays of steak frites, and the discreet pop of a vintage wine bottle? Or the sound … Read more →

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La Poule au Pot

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La Poule au Pot has been a Belgravia institution for as long as anyone cares to remember. The alluring interior, with its intimate nooks and festoons of dried flowers and bric-à-brac has changed little since the 60s … Read more →

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Mathura at Home

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Based in the heart of Westminster in an expertly restored former fire station, Mathura presents fine dining by chef Atul Kochhar (of Benares and Tamarind fame). While India is the headliner in terms of influence, the exciting dishes … Read more →

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Coppa Club, Putney

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On a bright winter’s day, we paid a visit to the casually classy Coppa Club in Putney to see what the brand’s ninth iteration had in store. Its pretty riverside location sets it off to a good start, … Read more →

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Parson’s Nose At Home

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‘Parson’s Nose first graced the streets of Fulham in 2007, with one ambition in mind- to bring back the traditional butchers shop that was so loved from our childhood memories. At Parson’s Nose, a family-run Read more →

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Conrad St James’ Easter Afternoon Tea

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Spring is here, and the Easter Afternoon Tea At Home from Conrad London St. James is full of traditional and contemporary sweet delights, including Simnel Cake; Bunny Macaroons; an egg-shaped Apricot and Pistachio Sponge Delice, and a Jivara … Read more →

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Hame by Adam Handling 

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If you’ve survived a long year sans fine dining, you’ve probably forgotten all about that glorious feeling when you take the first bite of a dish and are caught totally off guard by the sheer quality of it. … Read more →

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