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Saturday 22 May, 2010

Andrew Edmunds – Soho

In an old Soho townhouse, a throwback to Dickensian London, is Andrew Edmunds, a Parisian café meets English country house…


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Thursday 15 April, 2010

Rose Bakery at the Dover Street Market – Mayfair

Not so much a market as five floors of unadulterated gorgeousness. London’s answer to Opening Ceremony if you ask me. I take people…


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Saturday 20 February, 2010

ICA – Trafalgar Square

The ICA has everything conveniently housed under one roof. There’s a great Oliver Peyton (of Peyton and Byrne bakery’s) café/restaurant/bar, an art dvd/bookshop…


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Thursday 04 February, 2010

Mildred’s – Soho

Mildreds is excellent and despite being vegetarian there isn’t a Hari Krishna in sight and it’s not all beans and mushroom risotto either…


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Monday 04 January, 2010

Ray’s Jazz Café – Soho

I use Foyle’s as my own personal lending library, buy and take back later and it has a great cafe too. Far and away the best bookshop in London, it’s huge and sells, well everything…


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Thursday 10 December, 2009

Meals at Heals / Peyton & Byrne – Bloomsbury

Situated inside the Heals store, Meals at Heals can only start with the description “Once upon a time…”. It resembles something out of a fairytale. It has a pastel colour scheme and tables that look like they have icing dripping off them…


bertaux7
Friday 04 December, 2009

Maison Bertaux – Soho

If you go to Maison Bertaux when the rest of Soho ISN’T and you manage to get a little tiny table with a French bistro chequered table cloth, tea in a bone china tea cup and a delightful little fruit tart then you’re lucky as it’s quite special…