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A lively library experience

Near to the Trafalgar Square end of the St Martin’s Lane in Central London, one will happen upon an enigmatic shop window. With leather satchels on display, it is not immediately apparent that this frontage leads to the year old member's club. The hushed a...
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Tables with a view

Londoners are getting high like never before, dining and wining with  aplomb at the top of skyscrapers, experiencing their city like never before. Until very recently Londoners of all classes associated such restaurants with foreign cities – New York, Shan...
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A new kind of Chicken Shop

Let’s go to the Chicken Shop – a phrase that until now was mostly reserved for the inebriated – has experienced somewhat of a renaissance of late. That’s because of the aptly named Chicken Shop, part of the...
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It’s a numbers game

  The address of Sixtyone Restaurant – 61 Upper Berkeley Street in Marylebone – is easy to remember. In addition to the name itself, the restaurant has made a quirky feature of its door number on several levels. Open the wine list and the first thing you se...
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Devastating charm

When one thinks of staying in London, spacious and comfortable are not necessarily the adjectives one would use to describe most accommodation. The myhotel Chelsea, however, seems out to change all that, ma...
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East meets West London

Tucked away behind London’s Bayswater station, La Suite West hotel is housed in one of those buildings conjured up in the mind of Americans when they imagine our fair city. On a quiet street of enormous town-houses faced in white, with carefully manicured ...