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    One in four Brits has left a restaurant during a meal amid a poor dining experience

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    by Grant Bailey One in four Brits has left a restaurant during a meal amid a poor dining experience. A study of 2,000 diners found 23 per cent have had such an unpleasant time while eating out they have left without even finishing their food. Slow service and rude staff are among the aspects of […]

    Competition: Start planning your event with Ping Pong restaurants

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    Whatever your event, budget or requirements, there’s a Ping Pong restaurant to match. Ping Pong Dim Sum restaurants offer stylish dining rooms and unique event spaces in key locations across London. The company can cater for any type of event, from an intimate dinner in one of its stunning private dining rooms and full venue […]

    Searcys at the Gherkin showcases new bar and restaurant concept

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    Searcys at the Gherkin has undergone a redesigned dining and bar concept across the 39th and 40th levels. Dubbed Helix and Iris, the restaurant and bar is is now open for the public to enjoy cotemporary dining and unique cocktails. Helix offers guests glorious views across the city, as well as menus that will deliver […]

    Tried & tasted: Three Cranes

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    Grilled specialities dominate the menu at the Three Cranes, where diners can step inside and enjoy some exquisite pub food. Jade Burke heads to the restaurant to check out its offering Despite its exterior, the Three Cranes isn’t your usual London pub. The historic site can be found down Garlick Hill just outside of Mansion […]

    Tried & tasted: El Pirata

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    Nestled down a quiet street between Piccadilly and Park Lane is the authentic Spanish restaurant, El Pirata. Jade Burke sits down and tastes its variety of traditional tapas dishes Tucked away down a side street in Mayfair sits El Pirata, a Spanish restaurant that has long been serving customers for almost a quarter of a […]

    Penelope Alice dines at Abd el Wahab

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    Seeing as I have never tried Lebanese cuisine, I couldn’t wait to tuck into some authentic dishes at Abd el Wahab. A group of around 50 PAs and I were invited down to the exclusive restaurant last week in London’s Belgravia, which hadn’t even officially opened to the public. The venue has since opened its […]

    Tried & Tasted: Les 110 de Taillevent

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    I had very high expectations when walking through the doors of 110 de Taillevent in Marylebone. A French restaurant, a stone’s throw from Oxford’s Circus’ John Lewis has a lot of pressure to excel, it’s location alone encouraging an already strong reputation. Sitting in the quiet Cavendish Square so close to the heartbeat of London, […]


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