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 »


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As a wannabe vegan (who’s more realistically a flexitarian) with a weakness for good tuna ceviche - when I do indulge my pescartarain tastes, I try to ensure it’s sustainably sourced. I mean, I can’t even bring myself to watch ‘Blue Planet’, I’m so devastated by how we’ve plundered our precious ocean. So when I... Read more »

Galvin HOP

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While the Galvin Brothers are perhaps better known for their more upscale ventures – in particular, the Michelin-starred joys of Galvin at Windows – there’s a simple philosophy behind everything that they do: serve lovely food, via lovely people, in lovely surroundings. And, while the interior of Galvin HOP, the brothers first take on a... Read more »

M Threadneedle St

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I met my dinner date in M Threadneedle Street, located on a diagonal pedestrian walk just off the well known City road, late having been lost around the Bank of England and not used to navigating the City of London tangle. Walking into M, I was instantly relaxed by the welcome and the atmosphere. The... Read more »

Skylight London

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You cannot get any more pop-up London. Enter through a carpark in Shadwell’s Tobacco Docks - reminiscent of notorious scene bar Franks in Peckham - out onto a rooftop with an ice rink backed by the city skyline. Two bars overlook the ice skating. One is warm and tempting, red-lit to draw you in through... Read more »

#AprèsWithAView at Radio Rooftop at ME London

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I think we can all agree that winter is well and truly in swing, and even I am beginning to feel Christmassy! I am no Scrooge, but it’s hard not to feel festive after attending Radio Rooftop Bar’s #ApresWithAView at the ME Hotel. The ME hotel is uniquely situated in the BBC’s old Radio Headquarters... Read more »

Hush Mayfair

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Tucked away in the cobbled courtyards of Mayfair’s Lancashire Court is Hush, a premium restaurant and bar serving delicious modern European food and drink throughout the year. This Christmas, Hush has teamed up with The Pogues Irish Whiskey to bring a Fairytale of New York to Mayfair in a gloriously festive experience. The outside courtyard,... Read more »

Tracie Giles London

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As a professional make-up artist I am regularly helping women redefine their eyebrows with make-up. As we age our eyebrows tend to become more sparse and fade into the background, but they are really important as they frame the face and bring out the eyes. I am a girl who went to school in the... Read more »