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How to Have the Ultimate Luxury London Holiday

London has some of the most expensive hotel accommodation in Europe. Ouch. But there is good reason for that, apart from London being generally on the costly side. The capital also has some of Europe’s best hotel accommodation – in fact, it probably has some of the best in the world. And the hotels aren’t […]

Introducing Japanese deli-cafe Tombo

Listen up South West Londoners for we have come across a rather fab restaurant by South Kensington tube, called Tombo. Tombo is an authentic, family-run Japanese cafe offering both an eat-in and takeaway deli service. Contemporary and laid-back in style, Tombo is a great place for a light after work bite, or for catching up […]

It’s 5 stars for new restaurant 3course in Islington

There’s certainly no shortage of great places to eat in Islington so for an independent restaurant to truly make its mark, it needs to be good. Seriously good. So welcome 3course, which after one visit has risen high on my list of favourite Islington eateries. 3course is situated a little off the beaten track towards […]

Grown up curry in Peckham

by ALI BLACKMAN There’s no denying that us Brits LOVE a curry.  But the drunken, late night, fire- inducing vindaloo, isn’t my idea of a good night. Cue Ganapati in edgy Peckham (it’s where the cool kids hang out – some I’m told).  OK, you’ll need to trot on down to Pecks to get your […]

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The salon that never sleeps In between busy jobs, hectic social lives and all sorts else, finding a hair appointment at a time to suit can sometimes prove much trickier than it ought to be. Cue the rise of the 24 hour salon. Neil Cornelius on Bond Street offers all services round-the-clock Tuesday to Saturday. No, […]

‘Posh Indian’ food with Brick Lane prices and taste at Namaaste Kicthen

When it comes to going out for Indian food in London, I usually head to one of three failsafe, tried and tested places: Aladin on Brick Lane – the best curry house I’ve been to along the infamous curry mile strip; more £ than £££ Spices balti house on Chapel Market  – another BYOB restaurant, […]

Kerbisher & Malt arrives in Clapham

by VICTORIA The unexpected, torrential downpour on our way to the newly opened Kerbisher and Malt on Clapham’s Abbeville Road did little to dampen our spirits as we arrived at the newest incarnation of what is fast becoming known as London’s only fish and chip joint. Shaking off the wet dog look, we were welcomed by the friendly and attentive staff and […]

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