Cubé Oden Bar Review

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Hidden underneath Cubé, the modern Japanese tapas and sushi restaurant in Mayfair, is a concept never seen before in London: The Oden Bar. Considered one of the oldest fast foods in Japan, oden refers to a one-pot dish with various ingredients stewed in a dashi broth. We decided to pay the restaurant a visit and […]

Where to Celebrate Pancake Day in London

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If your idea of the perfect start to the day involves a stack of wonderful, fluffy pancakes, then you’re in for a treat. Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day happens every year right before the beginning of Lent. Traditionally, it was an opportunity to use up remaining eggs, butter, and milk before the beginning of the […]

London Landmarks Afternoon Tea at The Kensington

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“Afternoon tea is such a popular thing to do and is on every London visitor’s to-do list. So what better than to combine sightseeing with our inimitable offering in homage to London?” says Benjamin Buckley, Food and Beverage Manager at The Kensington, the 5-star boutique hotel located in London’s desirable South Kensington neighbourhood. Situated on […]

Frog by Adam Handling – Hopping Onto The Sybarite’s Best Restaurants List

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There is nothing better than discovering a new restaurant that you instantly fall in love with. This year for my birthday we headed to bustling Covent Garden for a meal at Frog by Adam Handling. I had no real expectations so was wonderfully surprised by this 40-cover restaurant with its plush furniture, immaculately polished cutlery […]

Burns Night – Dinner at Wiltons

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Seeing its beginnings as an oyster stall close to Haymarket in 1742, in 2019 Wiltons still stands proudly as one of London’s oldest restaurants. With aristocracy amongst its frequent clientele, Wiltons is so discreet that upon strolling along Jermyn Street you would walk straight past if you did not know to look. Ownership of the […]

Vegetarian Dining in Mayfair: A Review of Franco’s

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Seeing its beginnings on Jermyn Street in Mayfair over 70 years ago, Franco’s is considered one of London’s first Italian restaurants. The elegant establishment continues to provide a recluse for the well-heeled clientele of its neighbouring art galleries, hotels, and private members clubs, though it does so with a welcoming and relaxed approach. It isn’t […]