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Purdey's autumn/winter 2016 collection

WHERE URBAN SHOOTERS HEAD TO PULL THE TRIGGER

Shooting is a popular sport with urbanites and countryfolk alike. Whether you’re renewing a past passion or trying out a new sport for the first time, Mayfair has the expertise to guide you…

The Deep is a key cultural attraction in Hull. Surely Islington has something similar?

ROSIE MILLARD ON WHY ISLINGTON SHOULD BE THE UK’S CITY OF CULTURE

Could Islington be the UK’s City of Culture? It may not be so far-fetched, says journalist, broadcaster and Islington resident, Rosie Millard

Summer Soirees at Le Meridien Piccadilly

WHERE TO CELEBRATE BASTILLE DAY IN LONDON

Bastille Day is an annual celebration held on 14 July to commemorate the Storming of the Bastille in 1789. It’s the perfect time to reacquaint yourself with some of London’s best French restaurants and pop-ups…

HOTEL REVIEW: LUCKNAM PARK, WILTSHIRE

Although typically British interventions threatened the Bank Holiday weekend, Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa in Wiltshire still showcased the countryside at its best

Murano, Angela Harnett

LONDON’S BEST ‘CELEBRITY CHEF’ RESTAURANTS

Is the celebrity chef phenomenon overcooked? Does a famous name above a restaurant door still guarantee quality within? Here are 16 of our favourite London restaurants that combine celebrity sparkle with great food…

MEET THE GOURMET WOLFE OF NOTTING HILL

Notting Hill’s latest top restaurant also has its best-named restaurateur. Wolfe Conyngham talks about confounding expectations and taking chances I’ve never interviewed anyone called Wolfe before. Come to think of it, I’ve never met anyone called Wolfe before. And so meeting Wolfe Conyngham at his new Notting Hill restaurant, I had odd visions of meeting […]

THE BEST FRENCH RESTAURANTS IN LONDON

Bistro or brasserie – and there is a difference – London’s offering of Gallic charm (and cuisine) is up there with Paris, writes Tom Parker Bowles. Here are his top picks for French restaurants in London It’s a question that has baffled the finest minds for eons, an enigma so perplexing that even the greatest […]

Tom Parker Bowles' foodies to watch in 2015

THE FOOD WORLD’S NAMES TO WATCH IN 2015

Food trends for 2015? More healthy eating fads? Specialty recipes from unknown countries? Tom Parker Bowles couldn’t care one iota as he is in it for the long term… Here, he tells The Resident Why Alan Yau, Judy Joo, Anna Hansen, Andy Oliver and more are exciting his tastebuds This will be the year of the bug. Seriously. I’ve heard that […]

RESTAURANT REVIEW: ISARN, ISLINGTON

For a true taste of Thailand, don’t think you have to travel far and wide. Isarn on Upper Street, Islington, may have a no-thrills look, but the food is exciting, enjoyable and extremely hot

Restaurant Review: Bob Bob Cité

With a menu of French classics and a champagne list as long as your arm, Bob Bob Cité might just be your new favourite special occasion restaurant

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