Category: Culture

Decorcafe Christmas Festival

Strawberry Hill House

Is it too early to think about Christmas? Maybe a little… but this time of year rushes by so fast it doesn’t hurt to get organised… So, here’s a date for your diary – Decorcafe are hosting a Christmas Festival at Strawberry Hill House on Sunday 17th November and this is a great chance to…

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Cliveden Literary Festival 2019

350 years of history that includes poets, movie stars, prime ministers and every monarch since Charles II, Cliveden country house and hotel has to be the perfect setting for a literary festival. This September the itinerary is packed to the brim with influential men and women from politicians to writers and actors. So put on…

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Circolo Popolare

The Vibrant New Restaurant in Fitzrovia

For all the fun of the fair with music, vibrant atmosphere and a taste tinglingly good menu we can see why people are going crazy for Circolo Popolare which brings the Sicilian coast sunshine to the heart of Fitzrovia. Quick tip: It is worth mentioning the majority of tables at Circolo are walk-in only so…

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Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre

Blenheim Palace

The first ever Shakespearean pop up theatre in Europe is now open for the summer at Blenheim Palace. From 8th July until 7th September, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill will play host to four of William Shakespeare’s most loved and renowned plays. Plus, there’s a surrounding Shakespearean village for an all in experience. Here’s…

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Tamarind

Mayfair

Originally opening in 1995, Tamarind was the first Indian restaurant in London to receive a Michelin star. After over 20 years of unparalleled success, the renowned restaurant recently closed for an extensive 8-month renovation in 2018 that completely transformed Tamarind into a quietly majestic, tranquil dining space like no other in London. The key to…

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Denbies Wine Estate

Surrey

Denbies Wine Estate is an international award-winning wine estate situated in the protected south facing slopes of the North Downs in the town of Dorking. We love that Denbies offers visitors of all ages a fascinating insight into all aspects of the wine producing process all year round. A total 265 acres have been planted,…

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Buns and Buns

Covent Garden

Following a successful debut in Miami, vibrant restaurant Buns and Buns has finally arrived in iconic Covent Garden, London. Founder Alexandre Zibi is the master puppeteer of this finely tuned restaurant operation with the idea of bringing a compilation of the world’s best breads to Covent Garden for all to enjoy. “I realised that every…

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Anton & K Decorative Antiques

Anton & K was set up by Karen and Antony Cull who specialise in decorative antiques. Their own home, a 17th century timber framed cottage in the Cotswolds has to be one of the most pinned projects on Pinterest! A new extension clad in reclaimed stone is connected to the main house with a contemporary…

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Orasay

Notting Hill, London

Since opening its doors this spring, Orasay has already become a jewel in Notting Hill’s already impressive restaurant crown. Orasay is the new restaurant from Jackson Boxer and Andrew Clarke, the talented team behind acclaimed London restaurants St Leonards & Brunswick House and is set to be the place to dine this summer. Named after…

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Albury

The Future of Organic, Biodynamic Wine

As an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Surrey Hills offers some of South East England’s most stunning and accessible countryside and in recent years has also become the pinnacle of successful British winemaking. With the same geology as the Champagne region in France, the Surrey Hills is a rural enterprise with the very best…

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Black Roe

Mayfair, London

Black Roe bar and grill launched in the heart of Mayfair in March 2016 and brought the finest Pacific Rim cuisine to London for all to enjoy. The moody restaurant is now an exciting food lovers haven we just can’t get enough of and here’s why… The dark and moody restaurant features grey walls with…

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The Padstow Coffee Company

A true coffee lovers haven, The Padstow Coffee Company offers an extensive range of single estate coffee and specialist brewing equipment so that every coffee drinker can have the very best experience at home. Evolving from a deep passion for coffee amongst close friends, the 18 Duke Street shop in Cornwall is a little taste…

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Barnaby’s

Padstow, Cornwall

Barnaby’s is a cosy and super relaxed restaurant in Padstow owned by Rick and Katie Toogood, an inspirational couple who have two other successful restaurants under their belt. The story all begins with Rick Toogood. Born on the Channel islands, his mother trained at Cordon Bleu and her passion for food (particularly fish) was most…

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Camel Valley Wines

Cornwall

On the dreamy sun drenched slopes of Camel Valley in Cornwall, Bob and Annie Lindo transformed their recently purchased farm into an international multi award-winning vineyard producing exceptional British wine. The defining moment for the couple was undoubtedly when Bob Lindo (an ex-RAF serviceman), and his wife Annie decided to purchase a farm in the…

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The Best Restaurants In Cornwall

Known for its dramatic coastline and mild climate, Cornwall as you may expect specialises in outstanding seafood most of which is caught just off the coast nearby. With no shortage of places to wine and dine in some incredible spots overlooking areas of natural beauty, we wanted to share a few highlights of the best…

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‘Faceless’ Exhibition by Coco Dávez

The Maddox Gallery

An absolute must see and quick as you can before the end of May as the Maddox Gallery is featuring the work of Coco Dávez in her first solo exhibition in the UK right now. Running until 31st May 2019, Dávez’s works of art are a diverse blend of cultural and historical influences from artists,…

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Nyetimber

Nyetimber has had one aim over the past 30 years; to make the finest English sparkling wine to rival the best in the world. We certainly believe they have achieved that and more thanks to decades of dedicated craftsmanship, passion and a pioneering spirit completely focused on precision and attention to detail. If you don’t…

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A.O.K

Kitchen & Bakery

The eagerly anticipated A.O.K opened its doors at the beginning of the year in Marylebone, London and has become a welcome foodie haven for those looking to avoid refined sugar, gluten and dairy. Upstairs you can enjoy an opulent dining space with plush seating and a bar, the walls are delicately adorned with hand-painted silk…

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Dalloway Terrace

Spring 2019

Every year we wait in eager anticipation for Dalloway Terrace’s new spring look. With the arrival of spring (arguably the best season) the renowned Bloomsbury restaurant has once again been magnificently transformed, this time into a tropical paradise adorned with the unique flora of Sri Lanka. Inspired by the Bloomsbury Set’s Leonard Woolf’s novel ‘The…

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Galvin Green Man

Howe Street, Essex

Just a stones throw from our Felsted showroom in Essex, is the renowned Galvin Green Man. Set in 1.5 acres of meadow the restaurant is a return home for Michelin starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin who have transformed what is said to be one of the oldest pubs in Essex. Built originally in 1341…

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HIDE

Hide is a restaurant and bar by Hedonism Wines and Ollie Dabbous. Set over three achingly beautiful designed floors flooded with natural daylight, you can enjoy spectacular views across Green Park and will find yourself falling in love with a restaurant that prides itself on refined, sustainably sourced food and drink. The Hide story begins…

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The Talbot

Malton, Yorkshire

The Talbot, is a seventeenth century riverside coaching inn set in the award winning foodie heaven of Malton, Yorkshire. Close to the North York Moors and coastline you will be greeted with roaring warm fires and cosy corners – the perfect antidote to busy city living. Relaxed and rustic, The Talbot welcomes guests with dogs…

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Café Kitsuné

Created in Paris in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, a music producer and Masaya Kuroki, a budding architect the two developed the idea for Maison Kitsuné, a one of a kind brand that fuses their love for French and Japanese styles and combines their love for fashion and music. In 2013 however, a new element was…

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Fife Arms

Braemar

At the heart of the Cairgorms National Park in Royal Deeside, Scotland, and surrounded by enchanting highland scenery is the recently re-opened Fife Arms, Braemar. Designed and built in the 19th century by architect Alexander Mackenzie (known for prestigious London projects including the Waldorf Astoria and Australia House), he created what has become a much…

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ERDEM’s Plateau de Fruits de Mer

J. Sheekey Atlantic Bar & Terrace

Since opening in 2008 J Sheekey Atlantic bar has been a regular haven for seafood lovers in the heart of the West End, providing the perfect place for pre and post-theatre dining both indoors and outdoors (when the English weather permits of course!). The iconic and ever impressive restaurant has recently collaborated with renowned designer…

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RedFarm

Covent Garden

9 Russell Street Covent Garden is now home to innovative new restaurant RedFarm. The first restaurant from the independent chain to open outside of New York City, RedFarm specialises in Chinese inspired dim sum with a modern and inventive twist. Brainchild of Joe NG – who is somewhat of a dim sum master, and Chinese…

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Food: Bigger Than The Plate

V&A

Coming soon to the V&A London this Spring is the greatly anticipated V&A Food: Bigger Than The Plate exhibition, which will explore the journey from compost to plate as well as the food cycle and asking important questions on how our choices can lead to a more sustainable and delicious future. Covering four main sections; compost,…

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Rogan Book Week

Rogan & Co

Exciting news alert! Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred neighbourhood restaurant Rogan & Co set in the ever beautiful Cumbrian village of Cartmel has announced a week long celebration this coming March of his new book ‘Rogan: The Cookbook’. This special event will comprise an exclusive six-course menu of recipes specially selected from Simon’s book for guests to…

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Kym’s

Located in Bloomberg Arcade at Bloomberg’s new European headquarters in London, is the shiny new and eagerly anticipated restaurant Kym’s. The latest restaurant to open by Chef Andrew Wong, Kym’s is a Chinese restaurant with a modern twist that invites guests to enjoy a casual meal in relaxed surroundings. “My food has always been about…

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Hot Gin Roof

Ham Yard Hotel

Back by popular demand Ham Yard Hotel and Sipsmith have once again joined forces on the hotel’s dreamy candle lit roof terrace for the newest instalment of ‘Hot Gin Roof’ – The Chronicles. From Thursday 17th January to Sunday 17th February 2019 the take-over at Ham Hard Hotel will showcase hot gin concoctions to warm…

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