The Sea, The Sea

Chelsea’s acclaimed seafood restaurants spreads East… In an interesting twist of restaurant fate, Chelsea’s celebrated seafood specialists The Sea, The Sea are expanding to Hackney. We’ve seen many a hip pop-up start East and move West, of course, this is the first time we can remember seeing the opposite journey. Overseen by executive chef Leo…
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Green List, Blue Lagoon

Travel is, understandably, limited right now. On the plus side, that means we’re looking at alternative destinations for breaks. Such as… Iceland? According to the old advert, mum’s gone to Iceland. Mum, frankly, may have been ahead of her time… Unlike many destinations, Iceland is on the green list for travel and, while not the…
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Drinking Tales

When whisky and literature meet in a unique (and Lalique) manner… The Macallan know a thing or two about special editions. They currently hold the world record for the most expensive whisky ever sold – a bottle of their Fine & Rare 60 year old sole for $1.9m at Sotheby’s in 2019. And today, August…
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Hawksmoor Annual Charity Dinner

Tickets are now on sale for the annual Hawksmoor charity dinner in aid of Action Against Hunger. Over the last eight years, Hawksmoor has welcomes a succession of acclaimed chefs to cook at their annual charity dinner, raising over £625,000 in the process. Former guest chefs include the likes of Selin Kiazim, Pierre Koffmann, Skye…
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Full Circle

The world’s most personal concierge service? Quite possibly… As the world reopens – possibly temporarily, probably intermittently – we all need a little help. For some that will be making head or tail of the travel restrictions. For others, that will be a way of finding Super Bowl tickets, securing the ultimate yacht in Monaco…
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Give Gusbourne A Hand… and Flowers

Over the last decade or so, Britain’s sparkling wine industry has gone from strength to strength. One of those leading the way is Kent’s Gusbourne Estate which, as well as striving to create the world’s finest sparkling wines – well, you might as well aim high, right? – continues to celebrate British sparkling wine as…
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Wandering Home

Matthew Lorenzo test drives a motor home. And rather likes it. The thing is I normally do football. Not play it, but talk about it, write about it and make films about it. But when someone offers you a free holiday in return for a few hundred words, it’s worth expanding the skillset. The last…
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Electric Range

With the P400e, Range Rover add more ecological sensitivity to their range of options… In the spirit of integrity and full disclosure, let me get this out of the way: I own a Range Rover. Before that, I owned an older Range Rover. And I firmly believe that you should all own a Range Rover.…
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Mindful Drinking

New hemp-based drink Spirited Euphoria promises all the fun of alcohol, and none of the downsides. Trying to cut down a bit? Just putting those days behind you? Attempting Dry January (or any other month)? There are many reasons people stop drinking and, with the low- and no-alcohol drinks sector thriving – yes, even after…
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Trons The Road Again

With the e-Tron range, Audi reveal their first forays into electric vehicles…. And they’re good. After so many years of petrolheaded fun, even Lusso has to grudgingly admit that things have to change. Improvements in fuel consumption were the start, hybrids the second step – anything that helped extend the mileage your average gallon of…
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