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Sixtyone’s newly introduced Prosecco brunch gives Sunday mornings a new meaning

Sixtyone’s newly introduced Prosecco brunch gives Sunday mornings a new meaning

In a day where brunch is comfortably favoured over breakfast and lunch, restaurants are each vying for the top spot in egg-poaching, bacon-frying and bread-toasting. Sixtyone has followed the trend with the recent launch of its Prosecco [read more]

Shepherd’s in Westminster | Restaurant review

Shepherd’s in Westminster
RESTAURANT REVIEW

In America, people like to joke about politicians and golf. The most important decisions, they say, are hammered out over 18 holes and away from the formalities of the office. We do things a little differently here, but the principle is [read more]

Source in Battersea | Restaurant review

Source in Battersea
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Battersea’s Source’s motto “simple, seasonal, social” is emblazoned on their select menu, which is devised by chef Matt Tarantini. The pared-back cuisine is simple and seasonal: modern English fare with Mediterranean [read more]

Cucina Asellina in Aldwych | Restaurant review

Cucina Asellina in Aldwych
RESTAURANT REVIEW

The trendy Melia hotel on the Strand is home to Cucina Asellina, an Italian restaurant that promises to deliver artisanal cuisine with a hint of New York flair. Upon being seated in the venue’s contemporary, marble-floored room, we were [read more]

Big Fernand in Fitzrovia | Restaurant review

Big Fernand in Fitzrovia
RESTAURANT REVIEW

The gourmet burger revolution which has hit the UK during the past decade isn’t over yet. High streets and foodie districts across London offer the most interesting selection of burgers that can be found in Europe, and the [read more]

Shake Shack in Covent Garden introduces the ShackMeister | Restaurant review

Shake Shack in Covent Garden introduces the ShackMeister
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Since it first opened its doors to the British public back in the summer of 2013, Shake Shack has had no trouble becoming accustomed to its Covent Garden setting. Brits and tourists alike have flocked to the chain’s first and only [read more]

The House of Peroni takes over Harvey Nichols’ terrace for spring

The House of Peroni takes over Harvey Nichols’ terrace for spring

Peroni Nastro Azzurro brings a taste of Italian life to Knightsbridge. For two months, the fifth floor terrace of luxury retailer Harvey Nichols, will be transformed into a stylish al fresco veranda. Guests can enjoy the most delicious [read more]

The Promenade at The Dorchester launches Chelsea Flower Show afternoon tea

The Promenade at The Dorchester launches Chelsea Flower Show afternoon tea

From Monday 18th to Sunday 24th May, in collaboration with Laurent-Perrier, the Promenade at the Dorchester will be offering a themed afternoon tea, drawn from this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. It will be the sixth year that the [read more]

Bunnychow in Soho | Restaurant review

Bunnychow in Soho
RESTAURANT REVIEW

After starting life as a pop-up, Bunnychow has had a heavy South African revamp and now fits seamlessly into the abundance of eateries in Soho. If you had no idea that a bunny was a traditional South African curry in a hollowed-out bread [read more]

El Patron in Putney launches with Mexican-inspired cocktails

El Patron in Putney launches with Mexican-inspired cocktails

In keeping with the tradition of a bar launch, El Patron’s bar staff are both beautiful and speedy. Most people expect to queue at a bar making cocktails this good, but these expert mixologists keep the crowd moving at an impressive [read more]

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