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'Honey mango and sticky rice was surprisingly nourishing and as satisfying as you could want'

Mango Tree, Belgravia

Mon–Wed midday–3pm, 6pm–11pm, Thu–Sat midday–3pm, 6pm–11.30pm, Sun midday–10.30pm

Stepping into Belgravia’s Mango Tree is rather like stepping into—well, stepping into more or less any other restaurant in Belgravia. The lights are dim, the décor is sleek and the clientele seem … Read more →

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Moddershall Oaks, Staffordshire

Eva Gizowska heads to Moddershall Oaks Country Spa Retreat in the West Midlands for an autumnal spa break…

The Credentials:

Moddershall Oaks Country Spa Retreat is set amongst seventy-four acres of vibrant, parkland greenery and woodland in the heart of … Read more →

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Hakkasan Hanway Place

Lucy Lord samples the ‘absolutely exquisite’ Chinese New Year menu at Hakkasan Hanway Place

The blurb

Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original restaurant of Hakkasan that opened in 2001 in London.

Designed by famed designer Christian Liaigre, Hakkasan Hanway Place … Read more →

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Editors’ Mother’s Day picks 2018

Olivia’s top picks:

Virgin Active Collection Club Membership—from £159/month

With its brand-spanking new makeover, new range of classes and trendy NYC loft-style studios, membership at the Virgin Classic Kensington is the dream gift for Mummy Cool, or Mummy Fit, … Read more →

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Notting Hill’s favourite Jamaican burger joint is back with a BOOM

Boom Burger, a little piece of Jamaica in London, has reopened its doors on Portobello Road after closing to spruce up the menu and shake up the cocktail offering for the summer days ahead!

Back with explosive flavours that will … Read more →

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'However, it was the tea that really stole the show.'

Bo Lang

Open Mon–Sat midday–11.30pm, Sun midday–3.30pm

Step off of South Kensington’s Draycott Avenue and straight into the warmer climes of China: Bo Lang’s black lattice interior immediately transports you to the Orient. The dim sum and teahouse restaurant, led by head … Read more →

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'The style is not the only thing well-executed; the service is like a CIA operation'

The Meat & Wine Co

Open Mon–Sat 11am–midnight, Sun 11am–10.30pm

Arriving early for our reservation (having tackled more of Westfield than we could handle) we were accommodated with a smile and directed to the restaurant upstairs. The spiral staircase is lined with an impressive glass … Read more →

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The Peninsula, Bangkok

The Credentials:

This multi award-winning hotel (including USA Condé Nast Traveler’s 2013 Gold List for The World’s Best Places to Stay) is renowned for its flawless service, old world charm and attention to detail. Towering above the Chao Phraya River … Read more →

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Harold Sanditen

Harold Sanditen

You were born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. What brought you to Notting Hill?

I moved here temporarily with my then partner, a Canadian theatre producer in 1987 and moved here permanently in 1999 with my current partner of 20 years. I … Read more →

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Mori Japanese
'Things took a turn for the worse' at Mori

Mori

Open Mon–Sat 11.30am–10pm; Sun Midday–10pm

As I walked into the latest branch of this Japanese café, I was greeted by one of the girls behind the counter who assured me that there weren’t any toilets if that’s what I was … Read more →

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