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REVIEW: FEASTival Board @ STK August 17, 2018


WHAT? Dazzlingly stylish steak specialists STK have made it their mission to become London’s poshest pre-drink venue for the last of the summer festivals. With Elrow Town, South West Four and Notting Hill Carnival closing out the most hedonistic, more »

REVIEW: Duck & Waffle, Bishopsgate August 7, 2018

REVIEW: Duck & Waffle, Bishopsgate

WHY GO? When an occasion is so special only a spectacular view will do, there are a few London stalwarts you can rely on. The Shard’s dramatic height reduces cars to the size of ants, beloved landmarks too tiny in the distance, while ME hotel’ more »

REVIEW: Good Hotel, Royal Victoria Dock June 4, 2018

REVIEW: Good Hotel, Royal Victoria Dock

WHAT? A floating boutique hotel replete with Dutch industrial design, perched on the waterfront at Royal Victoria dock. Shipped over by submersible barge over the North Sea from Amsterdam after a year-long pop up in 2015, Good Hotel is a unique more »

REVIEW: 1 Night Zen Spa Escape Break, Careys Manor, New Forest May 23, 2018

REVIEW: 1 Night Zen Spa Escape Break, Careys Manor, New Forest

WHAT? An overnight stay package at beautiful spa hotel Careys Manor, in the heart of the New Forest. WHY GO? Comprising an overnight stay, breakfast, lunch and dinner in a pretty garden spa restaurant plus a 30-minute treatment and full use of gym more »

REVIEW: The Pig In The Wall, Southampton May 23, 2018

REVIEW: The Pig In The Wall, Southampton

WHAT? Beloved of Southern countryphiles and city folk looking to escape it all, Pig hotels promise rustic dining experiences and boutique interior design amid gloriously bucolic landscapes. The Southampton branch is a little different to its more »

The Leconfield Pub, Stoke Newington May 2, 2018

The Leconfield Pub, Stoke Newington

WHAT? Towering roast dinners and hearty homemade desserts in a perfectly pretty setting strung with fairy lights and greenery, where dogs are welcome and board games strongly encouraged. The Leconfield pub occupies an historic site, the original more »

REVIEW: The Black Penny, WC2 April 3, 2018

REVIEW: The Black Penny, WC2

A short walk from Covent Garden on Great Queen Street you’ll find a pared back gem of a cafe peddling hand-picked Columbian coffee beans, inventive breakfasts and moreish sweet treats. With a beautiful space for private bookings and catering more »

REVIEW: Pizza Union, Dalston March 27, 2018

REVIEW: Pizza Union, Dalston

WHAT? Ridiculously great value thin crust Roman-style pizzas and cheap booze in a typically buzzy, fast-paced Dalston setting. Neon signage casts a pink glow over hipster types crowded around long benches, scoffing dough rings pumped full of more »

New Mummy Beauty “Essentials” March 14, 2018

New Mummy Beauty “Essentials”

Ok, “essentials” is probably applied a bit liberally here. I’m not sure nail varnish counts as an essential, but these are some handy, beauty items that will help make your life a bit easier…when you’ve got a new baby more »

BEAUTY: How To Look Good On No Sleep? March 13, 2018

BEAUTY: How To Look Good On No Sleep?

We’re all told to get more sleep, drink more water and eat well to look our absolute best, I totally agree! But, let’s face it, when you’re in the throws of young children or working your arse off all hours, you’re probably more »

REVIEW: The Megaro Hotel, Kings Cross March 9, 2018

REVIEW: The Megaro Hotel, Kings Cross

  WHAT? If you’ve walked past the rainbow-splashed building opposite King’s Cross station without a moment’s thought, we implore you to stop and take notice. The kaleidoscopic, just-taken-two-tabs-of-acid design denotes a hotel, more »

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market February 12, 2018

REVIEW: LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market

  WHAT? Established in London’s East End, LASSCO has dealt in reclamation and salvage since 1979. Bridging the gap between the demolition trade and architectural design, they create treasure troves full of rescued relics that make for more »

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Arepa & Co, Haggerston

WHY GO? To try authentic Venezuelan arepas and capachas – 100% wheat and gluten-free cornbread and sweetcorn pancakes fried to golden perfection, then stuffed with cheeses, meats and lashings of avocado (what else?). WHERE? Perched on the more »

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village February 12, 2018

REVIEW: Honest burgers, Brixton Village

WHAT? A tiny little joint in the bustle of Brixton village, serving British meat doused in indulgent sauces alongside perfectly crisp rosemary chips. With branches spreading across London, you’re sure to have come across Honest Burgers – more »

REVIEW: La Ventana, Dalston February 1, 2018

REVIEW: La Ventana, Dalston

WHAT? A spanking new Spanish restaurant in Dalston Square, from the people behind the ever-excellent La Farola. Brunch fiends across North London will gush about Angel stalwart La Farola given the chance; tales of heavenly huevos rotos, Spanish more »