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Buddha Bar London, London
Buddha Bar London
 

We’re becoming regulars of Buddha Bar, having experienced various other locations, we were excited to revisit their London venue. One of our favourite things about Buddha Bar is the ambiance. The lighting is always minimal,...

 
Mad Hatter's Tea at The Sanderson, London
Mad Hatter's Tea at The Sanderson, London
 

If you’re looking for a more out-of-the-box afternoon tea experience, we would recommend the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at the Sanderson Hotel. This fantastic experience can only be described as artwork, with the Alice in...

 
STK London, London
STK London
 

STK is one of those restaurants that attracts the party crowd. With DJ’s playing live in the restaurant, the scene is always set for a fun evening of dining. STK brings a touch of New York style into central London, and we’re...

 
Afternoon Tea at Sketch, London
Afternoon Tea at Sketch, London
 

When you think of Sketch there are a few things that come to mind; the unequalled Instagrammable arty interiors, the wonderfully presented food, and of course, their afternoon tea. This venue knows how to do pretty much everything...

 
Bill's, Brighton, Brighton
Bill's, Brighton
 

Bill’s in Brighton can be found inside a converted bus depot, it’s the place to go for weekend breakfasts and after-work dinners. The style of the restaurant is casual with quirky décor, offering the perfect environment for...

 
The Coal Shed, Brighton
The Coal Shed, Brighton
 

The Coal Shed restaurant can be found located in the back streets of Brighton, just steps from the city centre. The Coal Shed is a relaxed restaurant, where you will find wooden floors, wooden table tops, brick walls and...

 
Gaucho Leeds, Leeds
Gaucho Leeds
 

On a recent visit to Leeds, we couldn’t help but visit to one of our favourite restaurants, Gaucho. Hidden away in the heart of Leeds financial district, Gaucho offers an intimate dining experience showcasing Argentine glamour...

 
The Grill at The Dorchester, London
The Grill at The Dorchester, London
 

When it comes to London dining, there are a few restaurants that spring to mind immediately, and The Grill at The Dorchester is one of those restaurants. There’s a particular feeling associated with visiting this restaurant...

 
Momo, Amsterdam
Momo, Amsterdam
 

To summarise MOMO, the words ‘culinary hipster hangout’ spring to mind. I have been visiting this restaurant since my very first trip to Amsterdam many years ago, and this has remained one of my personal favourites in the...

 
 
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Seven Sins
Seven Sins
We put the spotlight on the industry's most recognisable faces in our new interview segment "Seven Sins". If you want to know what inspires the industry's movers and shakers or what your favourite food loving celebrity likes to indulge in then you'll find it in their Seven Sins.
 
Josh Eggleton
Chef Proprietor, The Pony & Trap
Josh Eggleton Seven Sins
Josh is the chef patron of The Pony & Trap, now recognized as one of the...
Josh Eggleton
 
Richard E. Grant
Actor, Director & Perfumer
Richard E. Grant Seven Sins
Born and raised in Swaziland, Richard E. Grant studied drama at Cape Town...
Richard E. Grant
 
Dominic Robinson
Chef Proprietor, The Blackbird
Dominic Robinson Seven Sins
Dominic is a passionate, dedicated and driven chef and regards cooking,...
Dominic Robinson
 
James Hill
Managing Director, Hampton Manor
James Hill Seven Sins
Born onto a bar stool at my folks 400 year old country pub. Lived on site...
James Hill
 
John Smedley
 
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