• Reviews

    App of the Week: SaveMyTime

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    Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day, and find yourself lying in bed wondering where all the time goes? Well if you really want to know, and want to make a change, let me introduce you to SaveMyTime. It’s safe to say this app aims to do what it says […]

    Venue of the Week: Grosvenor Casino

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    Casinos can be a very intimidating place. No matter the time of day, the month or the year, entering a casino can feel like you’ve entered a completely separate timezone, the lighting can be harsh and the gamblers can be abrasive and aggressive. This is why I, like many, tend to avoid casinos, especially in […]

    App of the Week: Off the Grid

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    Have you ever grown tired of the constant buzzing, dinging and ringing your devices make but you still can’t help but answer the call? Our featured app this week is helping users go Off the Grid. Social media dependence is becoming a growing concern in this always-on digital age, where even your fridge can be […]

    Tried & Tasted: Ivy City Garden

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    Classic sophistication meets modern elegance as The Ivy Collection comes to the City It’s obvious the mention of The Ivy Collection is enough to draw plenty of attention to a restaurant; when I visit the chain’s latest venture just around the corner from Liverpool Street station on a Tuesday night, I’m not surprised to find […]

    Tried & Tasted: La Dame de Pic

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    From the moment you step into the recently opened Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square, you know you’re in for something special. As if the grand façade of the Grade II*-listed former Port of London Authority building wasn’t enough to impress, the elegant Rotunda bar that welcomes you inside is sure to please. To […]

    Tried & Tasted: The Laughing Gravy

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    Hurriedly travelling anywhere via Waterloo station at 6pm isn’t advisable if you want to be in a good mood, doubly so when wading through torrential rain. Despite this, the storm was left at the door when we entered The Laughing Gravy. Neatly tucked away just 10 minutes from Waterloo, the skylight flooded the restaurant with […]

    Checking In: Wasing Park

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    Molly Dyson heads to the outskirts of Reading for a slower pace at Wasing Park Located near the picturesque village of Aldermaston, just 45 minutes from London, lies the expanse of the Wasing Estate. Nestled among the land’s historic fishing lakes and farms is Wasing Park and its eclectic variety of event venues, complete with […]

    Tried & Tasted: Yoshiaki

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    The capital’s booming nightlife has leaked into the restaurant industry, with many clubs joining forces with top chefs to offer pre-dance meals. Yoshiaki at DSTRKT London is one such hip venue, says Molly Dyson. One doesn’t normally associate a nightclub with business, but my mind is changed for the good as soon as I set […]

    Tried & Tasted: Olives Restaurant & Bar

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    Not much can top a fresh, authentic Italian meal in a relaxed setting, which is exactly what you’ll get at Olives Restaurant & Bar, says Molly Dyson. When it comes to entertaining clients or booking a dinner meeting for your boss, sometimes simple is best. That’s not exactly how I’d describe chef Davide Di Croce’s […]

    Tried & Tasted: Margot

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    Margot London is a newly opened Italian restaurant in the heart of Covent Garden and is sure to impress the boss, says Amelia Walker Lovely, wonderful Margot. For those who hanker after white tablecloths and chipper front-of-house staff who do things properly, this establishment is for you. Bang in the heart of London, here’s a […]