Rebecca Hopkins

By Rebecca Hopkins | 27 Feb 2020

Discover the hidden gastronomic excellence of Majorca's heritage hideaways

Long-regarded as a European summertime haven for sun-seeking partygoers and young families alike, there is a strong case to be made for visiting the island of Majorca off-season when the crowds h... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 10 Feb 2020

48 hours in Oslo: fine dining in Norway's capital

Nestled in the lowland among winding, icy fjords at the base of snowy peaks, and just 10 miles from some of Norway’s most dense forestland, Oslo has, in recent years, earned itself a place among... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 10 Jan 2020

Get face to face with the rugged beauty of Scotland with a stay in this astonishing eco-lodge

At the UK's northern-most point, where the landscape is as ruthless as it is breath-taking, at this time of year remote villages are braced for minus temperatures and a meagre six hours of dayligh... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 03 Jan 2020

Amazonico brings the heart of the rainforest to Berkeley Square

In one of London’s most sought-after squares, a sprawling 9,000 square foot site that formerly housed the Allied Irish Bank has been transformed into one of the capital’s most highly-antic... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 13 Dec 2019

Unleash your inner animal with this unapologetically carnivorous restaurant

With the rise of veganism making its mark across the restaurant industry, some might say the glory days of filet mignon and Wagyu beef are long behind us in favour of a seemingly endless array of meat... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 10 Dec 2019

48-hours in Paris: Tempus explores the Marais arrondissement

“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty and in the point of life.” The words of Thomas Jefferson felt no truer than on a recent 48-hour autumnal escape, when we were in... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 05 Dec 2019

Find out how Carousel is becoming Marylebone's most artistic fine dining destination

Over the course of the last five years, London’s fine dining scene has had something of a shake up. Food halls, pop-ups, chef residencies, and zero waste menus have swept across the capital, and... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 29 Nov 2019

We put the new restaurants by founders of Tart London to the test

Jemima Jones and Lucy Carr-Ellison – the exceptionally talented double act behind Tart London – first met while living in New York, bonding over over a mutual enthusias... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 04 Nov 2019

How Levan's new wave of bistronomy is still shaking up London's restaurant scene

On an unassuming road in Peckham, very special things are happening in the kitchen at Levan: an all-day bar and dining space inspired by the new wave of bistronomy that began in the quartier... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 07 Oct 2019

Chef Adam Handling fuses elevated gastronomy, contemporary art and sustainable produce in his ‘Shared Roots’ dining experience

He is best known for his love of local produce that defines his London flagship Frog, but chef and restaurateur Adam Handling has taken the sustainable dining movement to new heights with his new, lim... Read More

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