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The Curry Room at The Rubens Hotel in London

15 of the Best Indian Restaurants in London

A good curry consistently ranks among some of the nation’s favourite food and London’s many Indian restaurants range from those serving great comfort food to intricate, Michelin-star cuisine

Brilliant London cakemaker Rosalind Miller with her daughter Yasmine

Rosalind Miller on Bake Off & the Art of Cake Design

From a stall in Greenwich Market to a concession at Harrods and a 12-feet tall cake in Bahrain, Rosalind Miller’s creations have taken the world by storm

Zoe Pocock of Brockley-based furniture upcycler Muck N Brass (photo:Russell Sachs)

Meet Zoe Pocock, South East London’s Coolest Upcycler

What do Nicole Kidman and a 1940s chest of drawers have in common? They’ve both been beautified at the hands of Zoe Pocock, a former celebrity nail technician who now runs Brockley’s Muck N Brass

Interview with Ian Wright, who was awarded MBE status soon after retiring in 2000

IAN WRIGHT ON PRIDE, PREJUDICE & CRYSTAL PALACE

From a rough upbringing on a south east London estate to breaking records, Ian Wright’s career as a footballing legend has never strayed too far from home…

Lewisham Model Market by Street Feast

IS LONDON’S STREET FOOD-SCENE MOVING SOUTH?

With Street Feast closing its original site in Dalston Yard to make way for new flats, it looks like the street-food scene is migrating south, with a new site due to open in Canary Wharf and south east London’s foodie pop-ups growing by the week…

Interview: Reggie Yates, who lives in Brockley, on Hidden Australia

REGGIE YATES ON HIDDEN AUSTRALIA & CREATING COMPELLING TV

Brockley-based Reggie Yates is making a name for himself as a documentary maker tackling tough subjects. But how does he cope in these dangerous situations? With a healthy dose of naivety, he says…

MEET BROCKLEY GRAFFITI ARTIST LIONEL STANHOPE

Whether it’s painting stunning 1940s London sets for the new Amma Asante film, A United Kingdom, or creating eye-catching murals closer to home, Brockley’s Lionel Stanhope likes to do things on a large scale

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