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From South Kensington Farmers’ Market to royal gardens and upmarket restaurants, here’s where to make the best of spring – and the Easter holidays – in one of London’s most revered neighbourhoo
8 QUIET READING SPOTS IN WEST LONDON
Feeling stressed? Need to escape the hectic pace of city life? Head to one of these 8 quiet reading spots in west London – from parks to cafés and libraries – with your favourite book
TOM PARKER BOWLES: 2017’S HOTTEST NEW RESTAURANT OPENINGS
If 2016 was the year that excess returned to London eating (the splendidly over-the-top Sexy Fish, the rather underwhelming Park Chinois), then 2017 sees the return of the big chefs, according to The Resident’s food columnist, Tom Parker Bowles
WINTER ICE CREAM? YEP, IT’S A THING
Four Winters, the liquid nitro ice cream specialist, has given it’s menu a winter overhaul with hygge flavours like Stroopwafel and Peanut Butter Pretzel. Sure, it’s freezing outside, but the sun’s shining so…
SQUIRREL LAUNCHES BREAKFAST DJ TO BEAT THE JANUARY BLUES
All-day fast casual dining concept Squirrel in South Kensington launches ‘Tree-J Mornings’, where a resident DJ will blast music from the treetops between 7am and 9am to pep up your rush hour commute
BEAT THE STRIKES? NEW TUBE MAP COMPARES RENT VS JOURNEY TIME
With this morning’s tube strike causing chaos for many commuters and further planned strikes by Southern Rail set to compound the misery, many Londoners will surely be fantasising about owning a Zone 1 pied-à-terre so that they can simply walk to work. But how much would that set you back?
WIN TICKETS TO SEE RUSEDSKI V SANTORO ON SATURDAY!
Win tickets to see Greg Rusedski play Fabrice Santoro in the Champions Tennis tournament at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 3 December 2016
HORNIMAN MUSEUM LAUNCHES WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
Now that we all seem to have gone nature-nuts, there is no better time to take a trip to the Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill. The museum’s latest exhibition, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, showcases the beauty and diversity of the natural world, from frozen landscapes to surprised newts…
DANIEL GALMICHE’S NEW LONDON VENTURE AT THE GORE HOTEL
Daniel Galmiche has arrived at the quintessentially British Gore hotel, bringing with him four decades of experience and a simpler, less ornate approach to fine dining. The Resident discovers what he has in store for new guests at the luxurious restaurant
IS ALBERT’S THE FUTURE OF CLUBBING IN LONDON?
London’s newest private member’s club, Albert’s in South Kensington, is run by the team behind Boujis, Mahiki and Raffles, but will it really revolutionise Kensington & Chelsea’s clubbing scene?