Beaufort House Detox Brunch

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Once best known for its deep fried fish and chips, milky tea and ubiquitous pints of draught beer, London is now on a health kick. It seems that no matter where you go, you’ll be able to find a green juice, organic coffee or vegan lunch option. In such a competitive environment, restaurants have been... Read more »

The World’s End Market

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Hailing from an idyllic village in Spain Jimenez de Jamuz, chef and El Caprico restaurant owner José Gordón brought his world class steak to The World’s End Market on Kings Road, Chelsea. The World’s End Market is a picturesque Grade 2 listed building with impressive character and charm. The closed door early evening event started... Read more »

South Kensington Club

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From the reign of Prince Albert to the rich rock n’ roll musical history of Ronnie Wood, the new South Kensington Club (SKC) in the heart of Kensington & Chelsea celebrated their Summer Party in June 2015. As I walked in, I felt transported to the Mediterranean surrounded by olive and palm trees, sharply dressed waiters with... Read more »

Maggie’s Nightclub

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What do you get when you combine the most quintessential 80's music, fishbowl drinks the size of yours (or Margaret Thatcher's) head, roller skating dancers, and giant tables that look like Rubik's cubes? The most vivacious and unique club in all of London, of course! Tucked away on Fulham Road, I never suspected the sheer... Read more »

Bart’s

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Tucked away inside the Chelsea Cloisters, a luxury apartment complex with gleaming white walls and glossy marble floors, Bart’s is truly a hidden gem that is a surprising juxtaposition to the building within which it's nestled. Having arrived in London that morning, fresh off the red eye from New York, I knew there was only one... Read more »