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Lahpet: Could Burmese cuisine be the next hot trend on the UK dining scene?

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August 7th, 2017

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Keen London restaurant diners are always on the lookout for the latest trends. A few years ago, it was Korean food, recently it’s been bubble waffles, could the next big thing be Burmese cuisine? If word gets around about the fantastic cuisine, Lahpet has been cooking up in London Fields, who knows.

The Refinery CityPoint: where customer service is king

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June 26th, 2017

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When you work in such a competitive environment near Moorgate, as The Refinery CityPoint , you know small things like customer service makes all the difference between winning business or losing them from local workers .

The Devonshire: A gastropub that has style and substance in abundance

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June 24th, 2017

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Leafy Balham isn’t an area short on excellent pubs and when you approach The Devonshire on Balham High Street, it does appear like a typical neighbourhood pub . Even as you enter the front part of the venue, you might be thinking what a traditional English pub with its fine, dark wood panelling and polished decorative mirrors. However, as you walk further inside, you will be stunned at how spacious The Devonshire is.

THATMuse: Putting the fun back into cultural exploration at the British Museum

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May 31st, 2017

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We’ve all been there, struggling through the countless artifacts at a museum feigning interest in the hope of impressing your friends . What has been sadly missing is a captivating method of engaging the cultural visitors that flock to the many museums in our capital.

Kingston’s culinary scene is flying high thanks to Hawkers Bar and Brasserie

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May 2nd, 2017

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Hawkers Bar and Brasserie has a distinct 1920s style thanks to the inspiration from their aviation hero, Harry Hawker. It is one of the most stylish dining and drinking establishments in Kingston with a stunning 10-metre copper bar, engaging geometric designs, sumptuous teal banquettes and designer lighting structures.

Ethical dining with wild foraged seasonal produce at Shanes on Canalside, Hackney Wick

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May 1st, 2017

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Here east at Hackney Wick might not be the most convenient location for Sunday brunches, but judging by the crowds of people visiting Shanes on Canalside and nearby restaurants, this is the place to visit for a relaxing, peaceful stroll and brunch on the weekends . There were plenty of joggers along the canal and families with prams or dogs parked outside the terraces.