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Oslo's Rainbow Salad Raising Money For The UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group Over Pride

Oslo's Rainbow Salad Raising Money For The UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group Over Pride £1 from each Rainbow Salad sold at Oslo over London Pride will go to the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG). Known as one of the loudest, happiest and brightly coloured festivals going, London Pride 2017 is kicking off for 15 days on 24th June - 9th July. Hackney's Oslo,... Read more >

Wright Brothers move into Battersea Power Station with second South London site

Wright Brothers move into Battersea Power Station with second South London site The Wright Brothers restaurant group are opening a fifth site this summer, moving into the iconic Battersea Power Station as part of the landmark's wider development project. The team at this new site will be sticking to the chain's proven formula, serving fresh seafood dishes - including a few... Read more >

Cheese-lovers' Paradise La Fromagerie Is Opening Third Venue In Bloomsbury

Cheese-lovers' Paradise La Fromagerie Is Opening Third Venue In Bloomsbury From selling cheese in her garden shed through to a market stall in Camden, Patricia Michelson has taken her business, La Fromagerie, from strength to strength. With two locations in Marylebone and Highbury, the brand has announced plans to open a third venue in Bloomsbury, on Lamb's Conduit... Read more >

Petanque and cocktails? We found out what Baranis has to offer

Petanque and cocktails? We found out what Baranis has to offer As we walked through Chancery Lan, we quickly found our destination for the evening – Baranis, a basement bar heavily influenced by the South of France. As we headed down the stairs we were instantly transported to Provence, a world away from the hustle and bustle outside – our working... Read more >

Grill On The Market - London Restaurant Review

Grill On The Market - London Restaurant Review There's no stopping the steak surge in London, that's for sure, but is the market too competitive to stand out? Grill On The Market don't seem to think so. From a fish list that thwacks with alternative catches to a meat list that has carnivores craving, we found out why GOTM has found respect in a... Read more >

Tonight Josephine Brings French Sass, Neon Interiors and Cocktails to Waterloo

Tonight Josephine Brings French Sass, Neon Interiors and Cocktails to Waterloo Josephine de Beauharnais may be better known as the first wife of Napoleon and alleged recipient of the phrase 'not tonight, Josephine', when her husband was avoiding sex, but a new Waterloo bar is changing the way we see her. Tonight Josephine is an intimate basement cocktail bar that bills... Read more >

The Vincent Hackney - London Restaurant Review

The Vincent Hackney - London Restaurant Review It feels like a bit of a treat to wander away from Hackney’s more cluttered foodie areas to find the recently opened Vincent, neatly tucked behind Hackney Downs. Coming from the team behind the Sebright Arms, their mission is to create a “great local café-restaurant, doing... Read more >

Chi Kitchen - London Restaurant Review

Chi Kitchen - London Restaurant Review Angrily pacing Oxford Street in search of somewhere to throw down your Primark purchases and tuck into wholesome food - it's okay, we’ve all been there. Chi Kitchen is tucked away down the side of Debenhams, and I visited midweek (minus some shopping bags) to see if it could compete with my... Read more >

Team Behind No 11 Pimlico Road Open Neighbourhood Bar In Redeveloped Battersea Power Station

Team Behind No 11 Pimlico Road Open Neighbourhood Bar In Redeveloped Battersea Power Station Darwin & Wallace are behind some of the loveliest venues in the city, so news that the group are opening their fifth site in Battersea is bound to please South Londoners. No.29 Power Station West will be part of the £9 million transformation of Battersea Power Station and you can expect... Read more >

Kitty Hawk - London Restaurant Review

Kitty Hawk - London Restaurant Review Brexit may have cast a shadow of doubt across London’s financial district but that hasn’t stopped steakhouse Kitty Hawk from laughing in the face of adversity. I’ve taken Brexit ‘advice’ from know-it-all millennials and ignorant pensioners, but none have matched the... Read more >

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