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By Scott Manson | 23 Nov 2017

Christmas dinner is served up at the kitchen table at Gordon Ramsay's Pétrus

When the call came in that the mighty Gordon Ramsay group was looking for someone to check out the new Christmas menu at Petrus, the Belgravia-based Michelin-starred restaurant, then I signed up faste... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Nov 2017

Jumeirah Carlton Towers hits the perfect note with their Opera-themed Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea in London is always a favourite among the city's visitors, and while trendy brunch spots have lured locals away from old-fashioned finger sandwiches, clever hotels are revolutio... Read More

By Scott Manson | 30 Oct 2017

Flaming grills, ashing blades and a thrilling wine list – Ginza Onodera is London’s best new Japanese restaurant

Ginza Onodera has a lot to live up to – it’s set in the same site that, for 23 years, was home to celebrated Japanese restaurant Matsuri. We spotted a couple of its former staff on the nig... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 26 Oct 2017

Oris partners with award-winning London barber for a Movember shave down

Luxury watch brand Oris is partnering with the award-winning Nomad Barber to support the Movember Foundation, the international men’s health charity that encourages gentlemen to wear a moustache... Read More

By Minter Dial | 23 Oct 2017

Future Proofing your business: insider tips and tricks for aspiring entrepreneurs

It’s quite astonishing that we tend to make different decisions between how and what we buy when shopping as consumers versus how and why we invest in financial instruments. As much as I conside... Read More

By Scott Manson | 09 Oct 2017

Sky high dining: Tempus finds out why Londoners are flocking to Aviary

The night began badly, if I’m honest. The presence of a mobile café outside the front door of the prestigious Montcalm Hotel was the first disconcerting moment. Fair enough, London’... Read More

By Scott Manson | 19 Sep 2017

Five of the coolest cruises you can take right now

Yes, you’ve read that right. Sea cruises have finally moved on from the traditional stereotype of being for the newlywed or the nearly dead and instead have become, if not achingly hip, then at ... Read More

By Tempus | 11 Sep 2017

Fashion's favourite artist Donald Robertson launches new book with Assouline

Touted as fashion’s favourite artist, Donald Robertson is launching an exclusive pop-up shop from 15 – 19 September at London’s Maison Assouline bookstore. The pop-up is celebrating ... Read More

By Scott Wheeler | 05 Sep 2017

Fine art photographer Tony Kelly on his unique signature style

Tony Kelly has been described as ‘the Irish Fellini of photography’. By turns cinematic, stylish, theatrical and sexy, Kelly’s fine art collection is a blissful brew of colour and gl... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 18 Aug 2017

Artist Pauline Amos tells London to 'Pity the Meat' in her immersive new performance work

In east London’s Stolen Space Gallery, Pauline Amos is quite literally climbing the walls to ready the outline for her new, immersive work of performance art. By the 24 August, Pauline’s e... Read More