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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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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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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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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Up On The Roof

Cambridge’s leading boutique hotel reopens its roof terrace. For a city so popular with the international crowd – be they tourists or parents of students – Cambridge is oddly light on destination hotels. There’s the University Arms, of course, and then there’s the… Er…  Nope. I’ve got nothing aside from the usual, functional, three star…
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Matteo’s, Mayfair’s newest Italian

Like a mirrored gold-spun rubix cube, wrapped in carnation red, interior designer Martin Brudnizk has created more than a homage to Annabel’s adored past-decadence – he has crafted a wondrous experience-led interior, a sumptuous dining space of Italian frivolity. Matteo’s is the antithesis of all that one would expect from Annabel’s newest Mayfair Italian. Entering…
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Nobu, Palo Alto: How To Do ‘New’

Not everything in Silicon Valley is about the newest. There’s the Rosewood Hotel, maintaining a majestic overview of Sand Hill Road for 10 years now. And Stanford University, over a hundred years old, still sits serene in the morning sunshine at the end of its mile-long palm tree drive. And then there’s Nobu Palo Alto.…
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Learn To Loudpeaker Your Wine

Wine glass producer, Riedel, are celebrating the launch of their latest collection by hosting a sensory wine tasting in London later this month. The new Performance Range has already been described as a loudspeaker for fine wines and features a unique optical effect on the bowl of the glass. The new glassware range is not…
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