King’s Cross

Kidult away at Ballie Ballerson in Shoreditch, the best way to pretend you're not an adult

16 Super Fun Places to ‘Kidult’ in London

Adulting is hard, especially in a non-stop, high-pressure capital city like London, so it’s no wonder that ‘kidult’ activities are on the rise. The Resident seeks out London’s best activities for those who have decided they don’t want to grow up…

Natural History Museum

Things To Do on New Year’s Day 2022

New year’s day is always a weird one. While many of us write it off, others may not be so keen to hang around the home all day. If we’re not back in a lockdown by then and you’re in the later camp, here’s our guide on how to kick 2022 off in style… Photo: […]

A Mediterranean fish dish at new restaurant Carmel in Queen's Park

London’s New Restaurant Pub & Bars December 2021

Just in time for festive season fun, here is The Resident’s guide to new bars, restaurants and pubs in London, this December… Photo: Carmel LE PETIT BEEF BAR, Chelsea A Monte-Carlo born concept with locations already in far-flung places including Greece, Malta, France and Hong Kong, this lavish, meaty steakhouse comes to London this month. […]

London’s Best Luxury Christmas Afternoon Teas

As we eagerly await the end of lockdown on 2 December, The Resident picks out the best Christmas afternoon tea experiences at London’s top hotels and restaurants…

New Restaurants, Pubs & Bars to Try This September

We all have our go to haunts and holes we frequent, but why not try something new, like new new? Here’s The Resident’s pick of the newest gaffs on London’s restaurant, pub and bar scene. Enjoy… Photo:  Breakfast at Cafe BAO, Kings Cross Continuing to expand its offerings, the contemporary Taiwanese restaurant group is launching […]

How to celebrate Tokyo Olympics in London

One of the strangest Olympic Games to go down in history kicks off this Friday, August 23. So far, the Tokyo Olympics have been plagued with woes, but hopefully when Team GB take their marks, collective fervour for the games kick in. Here’s how you can ignite that Olympics spirit in London… Photo: The Ivy […]

Tier 3 friendly outdoor art: Marcus Lyall On Your Wavelength, London Docklands

15 Tier 3 Friendly Things to Do this Weekend in London

Alas the Covid curse has reared it’s ugly head once more and wiped out our weekend plans. So what can you do? Well, if it’s indoors, it’s more than likely cancelled, but there are still plenty of outdoor events taking place in London. Proceed with caution…

Fancy working from a hotel? How does The Dorchester's Mayfair Suite grab you?

Over the WFH Experience? How About ‘Working from Hotel’?

Upgrade your WFH experience with the new ‘working from hotel’ packages available at some of London’s top hotels…

Alfresco dining in Islington: The Albion garden

9 of the Best Alfresco Dining Spaces in Islington

Unwind in a green oasis and lap up the sun at one of The Resident’s favourite alfresco dining spaces in Islington

Luxury flats nears King's Cross station: Cadence offers architecturally interesting high-end living

Property of the Week: Cadence, King’s Cross

Bland architecture is the curse of many cities – scientists have even discovered its bad for your health. And if that’s the case, those living in the newly developed districts of King’s Cross should be very well indeed