The Coppa Club Igloos are Back and Booking Out Fast!
Coppa Club’s iconic riverside igloos are back, they’re COVID-secure, and they’re booking out fast!
5 of London’s Best Pancake Day Races
Shrove Tuesday falls on 25 February 2020, so warm up your frying pans and get ready for some of London’s most fun Pancake Day races
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…
Borough Market to Launch New Sustainable Dining Space
Borough Market is to celebrate 21 years as a world-class food destination by launching a brand new sustainable dining space this autumn – finally, somewhere to sit, hurrah!
Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Crab Hosts Charity Pop-Up at Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard
One of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, Ministry of Crab, is fundraising for victims of this year’s Sri Lanka attacks with a charity pop-up restaurant at the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard
7 Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice in London
Friday 21 June marks the Summer Solstice – the precise planetary moment the Earth’s tilt reaches its zenith, resulting in the longest day of the year for anyone living north of the equator. A very spiritual date for many cultures, it’s the perfect chance to celebrate and ‘wake up’ your spirit for the summer. The Resident picks out seven sacred ways to celebrate the Summer Solstice in London…
London’s Best Easter Brunches
Easter weekend kicks off on Good Friday (19 April), running through till Easter Monday on (22 April), gifting you the perfect excuse to go large with an Easter Weekend brunch
London’s Best New Bars & Restaurants: April 2019
London’s best new bar and restaurant openings in April 2019, from a refurbed No. Fifty Cheyne in Chelsea to Vinegar Yard, London’s latest street food hub in London Bridge, and the latest incarnation of Dalloway Terrace
London’s Best New Restaurants & Bars: January 2019
Assuming you’re not watching your wallet or your waistline this January, here’s what’s new on London’s food and drink scene…
Restaurant Review: The Coal Shed, Tower Bridge
One of the latest openings in the shiny new quarters near Tower Bridge is The Coal Shed, so called because it draws on traditional methods of cooking on natural fire and charcoal to grill sustainably sourced meat and fish