Dining Out: Zuaya

Dining Out: Zuaya

5 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 5BA 020 7938 3533 Zuaya, a Latin American restaurant tucked inside a sinew linking Kensington High Street to Kensington Court, promised to be something different from the insipid Europhile cuisine synonymous with the Royal Borough. The new chef, Francisco Lafee, whose glittering CV extends...

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Dining Out: Dragon Inn Club

Dining Out: Dragon Inn Club

8 Upper Tachbrook Street, London SW1 020 7821 0105  dragoninnclub.co.uk The Dragon Inn Club on 16 – 18 Upper Tachbrook Street reports to be a “secret hideaway venue featuring ancient dark wood bamboo, authentic ornaments and decor recreating the voyage of the Silk Road …’ The clue is in the...

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Dining Out: Harvey Nichols

Dining Out: Harvey Nichols

5th Floor 109-125 Knightsbridge Belgravia London SW1X 7RJ Pity the driver commuting through Knightsbridge. Wending through one of London’s busiest districts, they must contend with throngs of star-gazing tourists who marvel at the red-bricked flagship stores, glass-panelled designer outlets and camouflaged 4x4s for speedy passage through the borough. As perturbed...

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The Launch of Kungfu: Oriental Buffet Restaurant

The Launch of Kungfu: Oriental Buffet Restaurant

Kungfu was launched on 3rd November, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and promises the ultimate eating experience. It is conveniently located near the Earl’s Court Tube Station and in easy distance of the prestigious shopping centres in the King’s Road and Brompton Road. It is not far...

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Nosh Detox launches new healthy initiative at La Suite West Hotel

Nosh Detox launches new healthy initiative at La Suite West Hotel

After making their mark on the detox and weight-loss industry with a series of innovations and market firsts, Nosh Detox has now launched their latest healthy eating initiative. Founder of Nosh Detox and clean food guru Geeta Sighu-Robb opened the Nosh Garden Kitchen at the La Suite West Hotel, Bayswater in...

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Kiru Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese

Kiru Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese

KCW Today’s Ione Bingley reviews Kiru, Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese restaurant. Cloaked in black lacquer and nestled behind the Kings Road on quiet and picturesque Chelsea Green, you could be forgiven for overlooking the stylishly understated, neighbourhood Japanese, Kiru.   Stepping into it’s surprisingly light and airy interior one’s eyes are unavoidably drawn...

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Exclusive beer and food paired dinner to celebrate London beer week with Outlaw’s at The Capital

Exclusive beer and food paired dinner to celebrate London beer week with Outlaw’s at The Capital

Michelin starred Outlaw’s at The Capital has teamed up with Cornish brewer Sharp’s Brewery to offer an exclusive dinner in the heart of Knightsbridge, to be held on Tuesday, March 14 as part of London Beer Week. Head Chef, Tom Brown, and Sharp’s Brewery’s Beer Sommelier, Ed Hughes, have created...

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Cadogan announces first independent traders for new food destination

Cadogan announces first independent traders for new food destination

Cadogan has announced a new food destination in the heart of Chelsea. It will be located on Pavilion Road and will house a range of independent traders.  The new design will include a traditional family butcher, Provenance, fine wine shop, Pavilion Wine, bakery and school Bread Ahead , Natoora, a...

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Slovenia rules access to water as fundamental right

Slovenia rules access to water as fundamental right

Earlier this week the Slovenian government has approved a law to make access to drinking water a fundamental right of all citizens. Voting had no opposition, meaning water will also stop being commercialised in Slovenia. Centre-left prime minister, Miro Cerar, said water was “the 21st century’s liquid gold”. “Slovenian water...

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Horn OK Please brings Indian street food to Southbank Centre Winter Market

Horn OK Please brings Indian street food to Southbank Centre Winter Market

Indian street food trader Horn OK Please will return to the Southbank Centre’s Winter Market this year, promising to keep visitors warm with their authentic Indian dishes. Launching on Friday 11th November and open daily until early January, Horn OK Please’s wooden chalet at the Winter Festival’s Market will allow...

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