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The Pagination, Canary Wharf: Cosy nights await at this slick, modern bar

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March 15th, 2017

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I might be stereotyping, but visits to Canary Wharf bars probably involve loud music, clambering over suited bankers to reach the bar and a neverending supply of red wine and tomahawk-sized steaks . Surprisingly, The Pagination breaks that mould (at least on the early weekday night I visited). The bar used to be part of Corney and Barrow Bars but the new owners have revamped the decor to make a much warmer, inclusive environment.

Thai Silk in Waterloo: All the Thai classics you want and more

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March 13th, 2017

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If you haven’t discovered the hidden gem behind Waterloo station that is Isabella Street, you should get out your google map right away . The range of restaurants and bars are ever popular especially in the summer months with their packed terraces.

6 food trends that are downright awful

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February 15th, 2017

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BungaTINI, Covent Garden: It’s cheesy and we love it!

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February 6th, 2017

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If you are ever feeling depressed and down, my prescription would be a visit to an inception group venue: Cahoots , Mr Fogg’s Tavern , Barts . If laughter is the best medicine, you are assured plenty at their venues.

A Japanese drinking den that is a cut above the rest at Kiri, Mayfair

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December 28th, 2016

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Izakaya are popular drinking establishments in Japan; however the food plays a much more important role than your typical everyday bar . Kiri in Mayfair is advertised as an izakaya establishment and rightfully you should be sampling their well-balanced food menu as well as their fine list of sake and umeshu. ‘Kiri’ means knife in Japanese and the chef’s knife skills are very much in evidence when it came to trying their sashimi offerings.

Trinity Arms: A traditional local pub you can rely on for Brixtonians

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November 30th, 2016

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Trinity Arms very much falls into the category of a hidden gem, being tucked away in a quiet suburban square of Brixton; although it is actually just a short walk from Brixton high street . This historic, much-loved pub has been around Trinity Square since 1861 and with their recent refurbishment, they are clearly going to be around for at least a few more decades. The beautiful, ornate wooden panelling for the bar just exemplifies why a visit to a British pub is high on every tourist’s to-do-list