Review

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Feb 2020

Amanda Nevill reflects on her 17 years as CEO of the BFI and tells Tempus why cinema is Britain's greatest export

Cinema is changing. That’s the message from the British Film Institute, the charitable body whose mission is to champion and develop a sizeable domestic industry. 20-years ago, British film pale... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 07 Feb 2020

Les 110 de Taillevent brings French romance to London this Valentine's Day

With London's fine dining scene outshining cities of the world, choosing the perfect venue to take your loved one for Valentine's Day is a nigh on impossible task. Thankfully, I've found t... 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 | 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 Gareth Herincx | 07 Nov 2019

Tempus discovers the animal magnetism of the Lamborghini Aventador

Ask any petrolhead to sketch a modern supercar and the result is likely to resemble Lamborghini’s evergreen Aventador. The dramatic wedge-shaped supercar has been with us since 2011, when it deb... 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 Sam Bradley | 30 Oct 2019

New Chelsea restaurant The Hunter’s Moon is perfecting the fine art of contrast

Achieving the perfect contrast can be a difficult game to play. Lean too far to one extreme and all sense of balance is lost, but get stuck in the middle and you’ll be bland enough to be forgott... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Sep 2019

J. Sheekey Atlantic Bar’s summer lobster menu redefines theatreland dining

It’s difficult to imagine finding fine dining in the heart of London’s theatreland. Yet, established more than 100 years ago, seafood and shellfish restaurant J. Sheekey, and its sister-re... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 29 Aug 2019

A cut above? We put ADAM Grooming Atelier's speed-barbering skills to the test

For some, going to the barbers can seem like a laborious chore. After enough poor cuts, the quest for the perfect barber can quickly become a search for anyone who can manage a fairly consistent job, ... Read More

By Oli Ross | 05 Aug 2019

Elegance and eccentricity combine at Bob Bob Cité

Upon entering Bob Bob Ricard's new City-based establishment, Bob Bob Cité, you get pleasantly smacked in the face with an icy blast of new age Art Deco elegance, a mix of garish acrylics an... Read More

By Peter Malmstrom | 04 Jun 2019

100 years of pace and elegance: how the First Edition Bentley Continental GT Convertible is starting a new century in style

Bentley Motors has just achieved its 100th year of building some of the world’s finest and most desirable motor cars. To celebrate this magnificent milestone, the manufacturer launched the First... Read More

By Tempus | 21 Mar 2019

The Hari's il Pampero restaurant delivers homemade Italian flavour to Belgravia

Quirky and stylish, boutique hotel The Hari is nestled among the myriad of embassies just off Belgravia square, its seasonal window displays providing an art show for guests and locals alike whether c... Read More

By Peter Malmstrom | 07 Mar 2019

Is the Range Rover Vogue SV Autobiography the best all-rounder in the world?

Car enthusiasts can all agree that Range Rover consistently delivers an unquestioned level of prowess in its off-road driving vehicles, and with decades of performance testing behind them, the latest ... Read More

By Oli Ross | 04 Mar 2019

Step inside the UK's first gentleman's pedicure room, Aldwyn & Sons

Nestled at the back of a barbers just off Charlotte Street is Aldwyn and Sons, the UK's first gentleman's pedicure room, and a man whose knowledge of our dainty little feet dwarfs anything bef... Read More

By Georgia Peck | 01 Mar 2019

Tempus explores a fresh taste of Italy with Franco's new vegan menu

Franco’s London has, for many a year, been famed as the West End's home away from home for the finest Italian food. Set in a sumptuous, yet familiar, St James setting, large bowls of seafood... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Jan 2019

Avenue's red-blooded menu brings a shot of Manhattan to St James

Nestled amid the high end St James' boutiques and restaurants, it would be easy to see Avenue restaurant as yet another business dining experience. In fact, the New York-style restaurant has had s... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 25 Oct 2018

Pennyhill Park offers a perfect countryside escape in Surrey

Living and working in the fast-paced city of London is truly exhilarating, but every now and then a weekend retreat is in order to reset and recharge. The beauty of the city is its close proximity to ... Read More

By Tempus | 30 Aug 2018

Night at the museum: Tempus checks into Madrid's Urban Hotel 5* GL

Papua New Guinean tribal masks and Tambaran totems aren’t exactly what you’d expect to find in the centre of Madrid, but Urban Hotel 5* GL isn’t your typical five-star ... Read More

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