What’s it like at the new West End venue @sohoplace?

@sohoplace TICKETS What’s it like at the new West End venue @sohoplace? I remember very little about the 2005 film adaptation of Brokeback mountain, or should I say I remember very little happening. I remember very little about the 2005 film adaptation of Brokeback mountain, or should I say I remember very little happening. Two […]

RESTAURANT REVIEW: The Jones Family Affair

Hidden away behind St Martins Lane (in the heart of theatreland), down William IV Street, is The Jones Family Affair. Set up by a group of friends, this independent restaurant and bar centres itself around the ethos of ‘enjoying time with friends’. From the moment you walk through the doors you feel instantly welcome and […]

Check out West End Wednesday’s at Bunga Bunga in Covent Garden

Six years after the opening of the Battersea bar and pizzeria, Bunga Bunga has come to Covent Garden with an even bigger and bolder version of the original. On the ground floor, discover a family pizzeria and bar, BungaTINI. Below, lies an incredible secret world serving an Italian sharing feast, extensive drinks menu and a […]

REVIEW: Hankies Café (Shaftesbury Avenue)

Located in the heart of theatre land, neighbouring the iconic home of Les Miserables on Shaftesbury Avenue is the small and relaxed Hankies Café. At just £14 for two courses or £16 for three, the Indian restaurant have created a delicious menu for a luxurious, light and laid-back pre-theatre dining experience. Both the service and […]

REVIEW: Salaam Namaste (Bloomsbury)

Near to Russell Square tube and a leisurely walk from Holborn, the Bloomsbury site of Salaam Namaste (which also has Primrose Hill and Camden Town locations) is a cosy restaurant, offering a mix of traditional Indian dishes and grills, as well as what they bill as ‘the new wave of exciting flavours and innovative ideas […]

REVIEW: 108 Brasserie launches ‘Breakfast on the Lane’

Set in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie offers a truly local all-day dining experience with modern British dishes that are designed and prepared by Executive Chef Russell Ford and made from the finest locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. The idyllic terrace which is lavishly adorned with green foliage, provides a tranquil spot to […]


Having been to some of the Royal China Group‘s restaurants in the past, I was excited to check out Thai Silk in Southwark which is just a stones throw from the beautiful new Union Theatre. It prides itself on offering the finest, authentic Thai cuisine and impeccable customer service and I went along to see […]


Spanish Tapas restaurant El Pirata has been serving Mayfair customers for over 22 years with authentic Spanish food. Tucked away on Down Street, in the middle of Mayfair, El Pirata offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that feels more Madrid than Mayfair and the prices are very reasonable too. The menu offers more than 60 […]

Namaaste Kitchen

Namaaste Kitchen is the brainchild of ‘Best Chef of The Year’ award-winner Sabbir Karim. Since opening in November 2010 Namaaste Kitchen has received a multitude of critical acclaim, named as ES Magazine’s ‘Critics’ Choice’ in 2011 and voted Best Indian Restaurant 2014. Serving a variety of North and South Indian inspired dishes, all with a […]

LOTUS (Authentic Fine Dining Indian)

Located on Charing Cross Road, Lotus is an authentic fine dining Indian restaurant and one of theatreland’s best kept secrets. Named for the national flower of India, Lotus marries tradition with innovation to present a superb gourmet experience. Chef Patron Bhaskar Banerjee, who has over two decades of experience, has created a collection of signature […]

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