Originating in Paris, Mama Shelter has spread throughout the world and has finally landed in London too. If you're unfamiliar with them, they're best described as cut-price accommodation with a bit of party central downstairs, all from the family that co-founded Club Med. We stayed in the Paris Mama Shelter earlier this year and found it to be a very handy base in the
In our ongoing series of celebrating London's classic restaurants, we went to check out Theo Randall at the Intercontinental on London's Park Lane.
Adam Rawson has not one but two restaurants at The Standard hotel in King's Cross. We check out the coastal cuisine at Isla.
Following a £3m makeover this Marble Arch Hotel is being transformed into a luxury property where the restaurant and bar are promising a full Japanese experience.
The huge Standard hotel comes with not one, but two ground floor drinking spaces. Run by ex-Pachamama chef Adam Rawson, there will be Isla (focusing on British coastal cuisine) and the more British pub/dive bar Double Standard.
A historic 18th century inn has been given a 21st century makeover with a top kitchen team in place for its hotel restaurant.
You may have been aware of the fact that James Corden is currently in London filming for The Late Show. But if you were lucky enough to have been staying or eating at the Northall restaurant at the Corinthia this week, you might also have got to appear on the show.
Corden brought his friend Chris Hemsworth to the restaurant just off Trafalgar Square for a waiter battle. He and Chris would see who could be the best
We hear that Jason Atherton has been lined up to run all the food side of things at this new London hotel - right opposite his old boss Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant
It's all change at the Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge where Rivea is being replaced by Sette and the whole restaurant and bar is being turned, literally, upside down.
The hotel business really does seem to be booming in London at the moment. Merely days after the confirmation of the NoMad hotel in Covent Garden, we now have news of the opening of a new London Nobu hotel. Founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, it's their second London hotel (along with two other restaurants), after the first opened in Shoreditch.
This time they're moving west - which is more
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We first wrote about New York's NoMad hotel coming to London almost exactly two years ago - but now it's actually happening.
We've now got confirmation that they're taking over the Bow Street Magistrates Court in Covent Garden, a 19th Century listed building that should look pretty damned impressive once kitted out.
The team responsible for The Culpeper in Aldgate have a new project - they're opening this pub and hotel on Brick Lane where the rooftop terrace features an honesty bar and hot tub.
It's all change at the St Martins Lane Hotel today with the announcement that they're closing their 20 year old Asia de Cuba restaurant this week. Thursday will be the final day of service for the Chino-Latino restaurant which, to begin with, will be replaced by a popup restaurant for the next month or so.
The popup, St Martins Lane Kitchen, will take its cue from the foods of Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. So think Soft Shell Crab, Vietnamese Pomelo
One properly iconic London dish is Marcus Wareing's custard tart. Adapted from his own grandmother's recipe, it first hit centre stage when it was picked as the dessert course in the first ever Great British Menu back in 2006. That's when Marcus cooked it for the Queen’s official 80th birthday lunch at Mansion House.
At the time he told The FT, "The challenge is in getting the right balance between egg, cream, sugar and milk. It took weeks to
Adam Handling shows us round his new restaurant and bar inside the Belmond Cadogan Hotel in Chelsea.
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