Boisdale Canary Wharf

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JPM0492 There is so much happening in the London food scene that it’s sometimes hard to keep up. Every few months there’s a new trend or restaurant style that borders on heresy to miss. If it’s not Nikkei (South American and Asian Fusion), Tapas, Burgers, Street Feast, Kingly Court, a pop-up, something to do with Jason... Read more »

Chelseé Lewis at Nicky Clarke London

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chelsee-lewis-beauty-room Having heard many things about the age defying CACI facial, much loved by celebs the world over including Jennifer Lopez, I got the opportunity to try it for myself with Chelseé Lewis at Nicky Clarke London. On a grey rainy London day I Uber’d myself to the swanky Mayfair salon, which is a stones throw... Read more »

Afternoon Tea at The Savoy London

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f5dc9d3e-5ade-4800-9703-e0ccee2f6804 Since it first opened in August 1889 The Savoy has been synonymous with luxury. The Savoy was the first luxury hotel in Britain, having electric lights throughout the building, electric lifts, and bathrooms in the lavishly furnished rooms with hot and cold running water, also many other innovations we now take for granted. Our taxi... Read more »

Orient London

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dsc02201 There are certain things you should probably have as a Londoner – and almost certainly have as a Londoner who writes about food for a living. Top of this list is, most likely, being able to recommend an Indian restaurant on Brick Lane and knowing where to eat in Chinatown. To be honest, these days... Read more »

Profeet of London

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NEW BOOTS Every now and again in one’s skiing career, one has to say a sad farewell to old trusted equipment as they reach retirement age! It is always difficult especially when ski gear has worked well and you have both shared such amazing adventures in the mountains. On this particular occasion it was time to say... Read more »

Thai Square Spa and Salon

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05 Oftentimes it’s hard to find a top quality spa in the heart of a cosmopolitan city. There are those great spots where one can nip and nip out however a full treatment facility where one can bathe, steam, rest and have beauty and facial treatments is a rarity. I discovered Thai Square Spa off Trafalgar... Read more »

Nozomi

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nozomi-interior-2-1 After scouring the capital’s finest boutiques for those all-important holiday gifts, one feels rather too weighed down by shopping bags to indulge in the typical, stodgy, European, winter fare. This is where Nozomi comes in. Ideally placed, but a stone’s throw from Harrods, this unique restaurant combines a bar with slick, metallic furnishings and fittings,... Read more »

The Mirror Room at Rosewood London

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r-main Mirror, mirror, on the wall… There is certainly no shortage of mirrors on the wall in Rosewood London’s restaurant, The Mirror Room. They form a kaleidoscope of reflected shapes and throughout the evening you’ll catch reflections of yourself in them, in the big Art Deco mirrors in the dining area, in the silver cups on... Read more »