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Top chocolatier Godiva opens its first European chocolate café at Harrods

Top chocolatier Godiva opens its first European chocolate café at Harrods

World-renowned Belgian chocolatier Godiva has opened its first Godiva Chocolate Café in Europe at London’s luxury department store, Harrods. The café is a unique destination for all lovers of chocolate wishing to enjoy the ultimate [read more]

The five most interesting cafés in London (and why!)

The five most interesting cafés in London (and why!)

Over the last few years, there has been an emergence of a thriving coffee scene here in London, most recently highlighted by the hosting of the London Coffee Festival in Brick Lane last week. Here’s our pick of some of the cafes in the [read more]

Gastropub review: The Blacksmith and the Toffeemaker

Gastropub review: The Blacksmith and the Toffeemaker

Located in Clerkenwell, the recently opened pub, The Blacksmith and The Toffeemaker, played host this week to a British food and wine tasting evening. Various English wines (supplied by Heritage Wine) were selected and then matched with a [read more]

Restaurant review: Carom at Meza, the most eclectic mix in Soho

Restaurant review: Carom at Meza, the most eclectic mix in Soho

For more than a decade, 100 Wardour Street has been associated with the glamour and glitz of London dining, epitomised with Terence Conran’s Mezzo. Since Mezzo, the site has undergone several makeovers, with the most recent being Carom, [read more]

Restaurant review: Namaaste Kitchen

Restaurant review: Namaaste Kitchen

Namaaste Kitchen is located a stone’s throw from Camden High Street on Parkway and serves modern Indian cuisine with flavours inspired by all corners of the subcontinent. In addition to the already diverse menu, owner Sabir Karim has [read more]

Women’s Day special dinner at Cantina Del Ponte

Women’s Day special dinner at Cantina Del Ponte

As part of International Women’s Day, Italian restaurant Cantina del Ponte will be celebrating in style and hosting La Festa Della Donna event on the 8th March, in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Great Daffodil Appeal. International [read more]

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Dorian Gray at Riverside Studios

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Pompeii | Movie review
Pompeii

With approximately 2.5 million visitors every year, Pompeii is one of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions. [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: The Newburgh Sting
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: The Newburgh Sting

The Newburgh Sting covers the highly publicised anti-terrorist sting operation conducted by the FBI in 2009. Much [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Zero Motivation
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Zero Motivation

The films exported from Israel in recent years all share a common thread: internal dysfunction. 5 Broken Cameras, [read more]

The Republic of Pirates by Colin Woodward | Book review
The Republic of Pirates by Colin Woodward

From Captain Hook to Captain Jack Sparrow, pirates have always enthralled with their swashbuckling antics and charm [read more]

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