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    RESTAURANT REVIEW: Gloria, Shoreditch

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    If you follow news of restaurant openings, you surely won’t have missed the extensive coverage of Shoreditch’s latest venue, Gloria. It’s been reviewed and commented on by pretty much all of the top restaurant critics. PA Life went along to find out what all the fuss is about… Gloria is the latest opening from the […]

    PARTNER OFFER: GET REWARDED WITH DINING CREDITS AT GAUCHO RESTAURANTS

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    PA Life are delighted to present a new partner offer to PA Life Club Members, courtesy of Gaucho Restaurants. You’ll be able to dine at one of 16 venues across London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Edinburgh and accrue dining credits every time you visit. Not only this, but you will also be invited to exclusive networking events, […]

    Roth Bar & Grill gets the show ‘On The Road’

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    Somerset restaurant Roth Bar & Grill is taking its fire irons, foraged fuel and “field to fork” philosophy on the road as part of a new fire-food finessing dining experience. Roth On The Road is for those seeking to bring the theatre and fun of fire feasting to a private event or celebration, such as a wedding. A […]

    Indian Accent unveils new menu

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    ‘India’s Best Restaurant,’ Indian Accent, has launched a new menu. The award-winning restaurant, which has received critical acclaim and multiple five-star reviews thanks to menus created with flair and flavour by Chef Manish Mehrotra, has ‘stepped into spring’. Its new menu includes seasonal dishes utilising innovative flavour combinations, including baked paneer pinwheel with tomato salad; […]

    Tried & tasted: Statement restaurants

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    Finding a stand-out restaurant among a sea of venues in the city can be a tricky task. To help, we’ve highlighted four statement restaurants that boast exceptional interior and design elements to make guests’ jaws drop. HIDE Piccadilly, London 0203 146 8666, 85piccadilly.co.uk Three floors make up the recently opened Hide, which includes two restaurants […]

    Let venuefinder.com find you the perfect venue

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    Venuefinder concierge is free of charge. It’s also hassle-free and frees you up to focus on those event management elements that will make your next event truly memorable. We manage all of the follow-ups: Accompanying you on site visits Negotiating the best rates Dealing with contracts Dealing with cancellations or a change in delegate numbers… […]

    Restaurants and bars team up to celebrate International Women’s Day

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    In celebration of International Women’s Day today, The House of Song will be supporting women in the music industry at The Piano Works in Farringdon and Studio 88, next to Leicester Square. From feminist punk to 90s girl power, the House of Song musicians will be taking track requests all night to help celebrate the […]

    Public health officials crack down on calorie intake

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    Public health officials have taken major steps to cut people’s excessive calorie intake, with food manufacturers and sellers told to cut calories in their products by 20 per cent by 2024. If the target is met within five years, more than 35,000 premature deaths could be prevented and around £9 billion in NHS healthcare and […]

    Tried & Tasted: The Alfred Tennyson

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    When I was invited to a London gastro-pub for review, I should have known there would be more to it than that. Although it seems it’s impossible to traverse London for a review without being caught in the pouring rain, once we walked within the Alfred Tennyson it was clear we had entered its own […]

    Do people still want Michelin dining?

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    The most respected accolade in the culinary world could be turning away more customers than it encourages, as those presented the award are beginning to relinquish the honour. The Matheson family, along with their head chef Charlie Lockey at the Boath House in Scotland have turned down the Michelin star after 10 years, claiming the […]