London’s Best Chinese Restaurants
Looking for London’s best Chinese food? Whether you’re craving Cantonese, seeking Szechuan or desperate for dim sum, you’re in the right place…
Belmond to Launch its First London Hotel in February
Luxury hotel and travel company Belmond is to launch its first London property in February 2019, and it’s not just any hotel, it’s the Cadogan
Harrods Unveils its 2018 Christmas Windows
The famous Brompton Road Christmas windows, unveiled on 8 November, follow a tableau of familiar festive rituals that take place over the course of Christmas Day.
Is There a Premium on London’s Blue Plaque Properties?
Properties with a Blue Plaque don’t often find their way into the London property market, so when they do, what’s it going to cost you?
Mayfair Overtakes Knightsbridge as London’s Most Expensive Area
Mayfair has knocked Knightsbridge off the top spot as London’s Most Expensive Area, and with an established arts scene, world-class restaurants and exclusive nightclubs, it’s easy to see why
London’s Best Easter Afternoon Teas
Afternoon tea spots across London are being decked out with chocolates and flowers for spring and Easter-themed teas. The Resident checks out the best Easter afternoon teas to try this spring…
Oscar Wilde’s Pont Street ‘Home from Home’ Goes on Sale
This triplex three-bedroom Knightsbridge apartment isn’t just any triplex three-bedroom Knightsbridge apartment – it’s rumoured to be Oscar Wilde’s home from home…
What’s in Store for London’s Property Market in 2018?
A snap election, Brexit, Stamp Duty costs and rising interest rates have all impacted the London property market in 2017. So what’s in store in 2018? Fiona Brandhorst asks the experts…
10 of the Tastiest Truffle Dishes in London
While the days may be getting darker and the weather chillier, the arrival of autumn also means truffle season. Sophie Ritchie seeks out London’s best truffle dishes, from decadent burgers to indulgent fix six-course fungi feasts…
RESTAURANT REVIEW: SAKAGURA, MAYFAIR
The Resident takes a trip to Mayfair to dine at the infamous Sakagura and learn all about the ways of ‘washoku dining’ Words Alexander Larman The Shoryu group (‘chain’ would not be an apt description) have done a superb job ever since they arrived in London half a decade ago. Introducing countless locals and visitors alike […]