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The Snow Queen, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road. London SW6 1HS; 11am showings from 14---21 Dec; tickets from £10For the first time this December, Under the Bridge will transform into the ultimate Christmas destination as it brings a Read more →
Open Mon–Sun 11.30am–11pm
Gone are the days of ‘tempura battered gherkins’ (no joke), and hello to Banger Bros, who have hijacked the menu at the Duchess of Cambridge and turned it into a meat fest of hot dogs, … Read more →
Mon–Sat midday–3pm and 5pm–10.30pm; Sun midday–9.40pm
Hawksmoor, just off the Brompton Road, is a large, cavernous space, which may well have been a church hall in an earlier life. In its current incarnation it resembles more the dining-room of a … Read more →
If you go down to the Thames today you’re sure of a big surprise, for the best apartments that ever there were, have gathered there for certain because, today’s the day that One Tower Bridge goes on the maaaarketttt…
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The Felbridge is the highest AA-rated four-star hotel in the South of England. Add to that an award for Best Eating Experience in Sussex and a spa chock-full of treatments and you get a hotel that practically screams … Read more →
A 17th Century country house hotel hidden deep in Devon dairymaid countryside. Our taxi from Totnes (the nearest station, a 45-minute drive away) takes us over rolling hills, past picture postcard thatched villages, patchwork fields in every … Read more →
Combining the variety of rich flavours found in the Levant, CERU takes its customers on a journey across the Middle East in its South Kensington and Soho restaurants.
What is the Levant? A place. A taste. A journey. The Levant … Read more →
Open Mon-Sat: 10am-7pm; Sunday: 10am-6.30pm
The newly relaunched Joe’s Cafe, the iconic restaurant based inside JOSEPH, on Sloane Street has just been renovated, modernising the space and updating the menu with internationally influenced, boldly flavoured dishes, alongside the… Read more →