Fine dining

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Jul 2019

Chakra Kensington aims to heal from within with its elegant Indian cuisine

It's an unfair stereotype, but Indian food is often considered more accessible than it is elegant, thanks to the wealth of the brilliant mid-range restaurants that London has to offer. Enter Chakr... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 06 Jun 2019

Scott's opens its doors to the world's most 'expensive restaurant interior' with its new dining room

Legendary Mayfair establishment Scott’s is set to take fine dining to a new level with the launch this week of an exclusive private dining room, billed as “the most expensive restaurant in... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 30 Jan 2019

The Athenaeum's red brick Residences are shaking up how guests can experience Mayfair

The most prestigious area in London, Mayfair, is famed for its red-brick Victorian townhouses, fine dining restaurants, high-end boutiques and Savile Row tailors. While there are some nice luxury hote... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Jan 2019

Explore breathtaking culture and community with Ulagalla by Uga Escapes

In recent years Sri Lanka has become the destination du jour for trendy travellers thanks to its miles of sandy beaches, dramatic surf and scenic train routes but, high in the central hills, the ancie... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Dec 2018

Ring in the new year with our pick of the best events for London's last minute partygoers

New Year’s Eve is the ultimate night to celebrate and raise a glass to the passing year, but if you haven’t quite figured out how you're planning to ring in 2019, fear not. Whether you... Read More

By Rose Adams | 30 Oct 2018

The Bürgenstock Resort is taking wellness to magnificent new heights

For a European jaunt abundant with postcard-perfect views, the Swiss city of Lucerne is the one to beat. From the Rigi, Pilatus and Stanserhorn mountains that frame its famed lake – the largest ... Read More

By Mark Captain | 29 Oct 2018

Demystifying Michelin stars with Rebecca Burr, editor of the Great Britain and Ireland Michelin Guide

Let's face it, in the world of gastronomy there's little as exciting as discovering a restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star or two. The Michelin Guide has become synonymous with quality ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 16 Oct 2018

Column: Quaglino's executive head chef Nuno Gonçalves on why restaurants must embrace the rise of veganism

Nuno Gonçalves is executive head chef of Mayfair restaurant Quaglino's – famed for being one of the Queen's favourite London restaurants. Gonçalves previously worked in the... Read More

By Rose Adams | 06 Sep 2018

Relaxation by design: A stylish stay at Hôtel Metropole Monte-Carlo

Few destinations epitomise style and glamour quite like Monaco. The principality – just a short drive from Nice, St Tropez, and Cannes – is home to some of the most pre... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 06 Sep 2018

Find peace in this adults-only escape in Barbados

Picture the scene. The sun is shining, you’re relaxing on the beach, cocktail in hand. There’s silence except for the occasional chirp of a tree frog or a wave lapping on the sandy shore a... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 03 Sep 2018

Editor's letter: celebrate the year of the woman with the Tempus Wealth edition

2018 has undoubtedly been the year of the woman. Marking 100 years since millions of British women gained the right to vote, the centenary has brought to light the progress that’s been made in t... Read More

By Rose Adams | 17 Aug 2018

The weekend: the best culture and entertainment London has to offer

Lights, camera, action! This weekend the spotlight is on the world of cinema, as London Feminist Film Festival makes a triumphant return to London, celebrating the huge talent pool of female directors... Read More

By Rose Adams | 08 Aug 2018

‘Chef of the century’ Joël Robuchon has died aged 73

Renowned French chef Joël Robuchon has died aged 73 at his home in Geneva on 6 August, a year after his last treatment for pancreatic cancer. Robuchon made an unforgettable contribution... Read More

By Rose Adams | 13 Jul 2018

The best places to dine alfresco this summer

The balmy days of summer are best spent outside, so why not head out and indulge in a spot of fine al fresco dining? And we’ve got all the best Instagram-worthy inspiration right here.... Read More

By Rose Adams | 06 Jul 2018

The weekend: London's best culture and entertainment

From Art Night to Pride, London is ready for a wealth of colourful celebrations taking place across the city this weekend. Contemporary arts festival Art Night is returning to Southbank, treating... Read More

By Rose Adams | 05 Jul 2018

The first ever Celebration of Speed event is roaring into Lympstone Manor

Contemporary country house Lympstone Manor has announced it is to host its inaugural Celebration of Speed event on Wednesday 11 July 2018, in celebration of Porsche’s 70th birthday.&nb... Read More

By Rose Adams | 03 Jul 2018

The UK’s only boutique black-tie festival is coming

A black-tie dress code and Michelin starred menu aren’t often two components you’d discover at a festival, but that’s exactly what glamorous boutique festival Henley Festival is... Read More

By Rose Adams | 19 Jun 2018

Royal Ascot: discover the world's most prestigious horse racing event by numbers

The countdown to Royal Ascot, one of the most exciting summer events within the British sporting and social calendar is officially on as the Ascot Racecourse gets ready to open its... Read More

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