Ginza Onodera London

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Walking into Ginza Onodera made me realise there’s been a whole sub-genre of restaurants that I have: a) only just realised is a sub-genre of restaurants; and b) studiously avoided for years - Japanese restaurants with oddly forbidding, darkened glass frontages. Seriously, walk around the more chi chi parts of the capital and you’ll spot... Read more »

Blade Soho

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If going to the hairdresser brings up tedious visions of sitting on your phone and wiling away the hour scrolling through Instagram, or flicking through an outdated Cosmo mag whilst sipping on a lukewarm tea, then you need to get yourself to Blade. Blade is a new hairdressing concept in the heart of London, on... Read more »


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Based in the Chelsea Private Clinic you will find LipoTherapeia, the only aesthetic practice in London dedicated 100% to skin tightening and cellulite. Their exclusive Meso-CRF® Body procedure combines advanced skin tightening and cellulite technology, which uses the strongest SAFE radiofrequency available anywhere in London, with high purity natural active ingredients, from the most concentrated... Read more »


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Celebrating women's empowerment month, new award winning restaurant, M Victoria Street launches a two week Pop-Up restaurant launch with 100% of the profits being donated to Not For Sale, a global organisation working to end human trafficking. BBB was invited to the preview gala night to find out more... Entering via M Wine Store, a... Read more »

Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill

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My most recent dining adventure brought me to Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill, a Corrigan Restaurant, tucked away on Swallow Street in Piccadilly London. The first impression was the thought of when my best friend in New York teased me with his continuous visits to his local oyster bar, it was now my turn but... Read more »


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Fragrance is such a personal journey, it is something that defines you just as powerfully as your personal style; they definitely go hand in hand. I also think you very much mature into your chosen scent and personally I started out very light and citrusy in my younger years only to now find myself as... Read more »

The Marylebone Hotel

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Rarely in London does one get a hotel room with an outdoor terrace that really “WOW”s? Not because there aren’t a plethora of beautiful hotel rooms but because, let’s face it, London’s regular rainy weather is not fitting for lots of leisurely outdoor space. How many outdoor swimming pools, rooftop terrace bars and restaurants can... Read more »

Chamberlain’s of London

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At the risk of opening myself up to a load of obvious jokes, I am a simple man. I don’t follow trends. Fashion remains a true mystery. Take me somewhere with very loud music, terrible service and /or rude people, and you’ll see me get my coat within a few minutes, although my current record... Read more »