Cocktail of the week – Earl Grey Martini

Combine Earl Grey and Gin to make a sophisticated, citrus infused Martini. This has to one of our favourite combinations of anything in the entire universe…. can you tell we need it to be Friday already?! Move over Expresso Martini there is a new more elegant sheriff in town. 50ml Gin 1 Earl Grey teabag 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice 25ml…

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Resturant of the Week – Kahani

London has some of the best Indian restaurants in the world. From Bombay-style cafés and street food to Michelin-starred fine dining Indian restaurants, London has it all. Here is one of our favourites. Kahani Chef Peter Joseph, formerly Head chef at Michelin-starred Tamarind, has opened his own restaurant near Cadogan Hall, just by Sloane Square. The 90-cover restaurant is inspired…

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Hotel of the Week – Forest Side

Forest Side is a glamorous address in the heart of the Lake District that puts food – and foraging – firmly at its centre. It is an imposing and handsome slate-built mansion, built for a wealthy industrialist in 1853, close to the popular village of Grasmere. The house has been beautifully ransformed, with a mix of eco, heritage and designer…

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Hotel of the week – Das Stue

Das Stue, situated in a neoclassical building with a gray stone facade, is a boutique hotel in Berlin steeped in history. Footsteps from Tiergarten—an urban park known as Berlin’s “green lung”—this 80-room establishment once belonged to the Royal Danish Embassy. Today, the hotel’s interior is cool and contemporary, with modernist stairways and chandeliers. In the lobby, a giant sculpture of…

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Restaurant of the week – Roganic

Do you remember 2011??….  Neither do we. However one thing that is worth remembering is Roganic. First opened in 2011 in Marylebone as a successful long running pop up. Five years later Roganic has returned to London, bringing the finest elements of L’Enclume, Simon Rogan’s two Michelin star restaurant in the Lake District. “We really enjoyed being there first time…

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Event of the week – Homo Faber

Homo Faber is the first major cultural exhibition dedicated to the very best in European craftsmanship. Organised by the Michelangelo Foundation, it aims to put fine craftsmanship on the global map and increase recognition and visibility for master artisans. The exhibition will bring together a vast range of materials and disciplines, from jewellery to bespoke bicycles, from the rarest artisanal…

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