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Material Gallery & Bookshop
There has been a lot of “print is not dead” talk around in the last couple of years - which should be promising - but, being frank, is almost as annoying as ...
Pinch Pantry is a brand new deli-cum-cafe bar: the creation of the fantastically named, Venus Vortex, Catherine Martin of 'Our Exquisite Corpse' and ...
It's a matter of untold importance to know your best fish and chip shop. Claims that chicken tikka masala is Britain's national dish fail to dispel i...
Word had it that Mikael Jonsson – blogger-turned-Michelin-starred-chef – from Hedone in Chiswick was involved in the menu redevelopment and re-opening of the...
Sounds of the Universe
Sounds of the Universe is a mecca for music fans in an ex-pub set amongst the warrens between Berwick St Market and Wardour Street, right in the heart of Soh...
MacIntyre Coffee is an unassuming little garage space at the southern end of Hoxton Street, and, at first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking the simp...
Rapha Cycling Club
If your idea of a perfect Saturday involves waking up with the dawn, slipping on some meticulously tailored lycra and doing a few laps of Richmond Park, or m...
Like most of the shops on Calvert Avenue, Mawi is ostensibly unassuming. Inside it is a different story. The jewellery wouldn’t look out of place decorating ...
I recall once referring to Koya as 'The Temple of Udon'. It stuck, if only in my own head. Exquisite in style, outstanding in refined execution, Koya...
Relax Garden is a tiny shop beneath a section of the Overground rail track in Shoreditch. In this small space lies a wealth of impressive women's clothin...
Prufrock Coffee is the brainchild of World Barista Championship winning Gwilym Davies, and Jeremy Challender - two men who, like this wonderful cafe’s namesa...
Electric Cinema and Diner
Portobello Road's Electric Cinema has been here for yonks. It opened in 1911 and flourished until The War. Naturally the building fell into disrepair (ni...
Elliot's is a “market kitchen”, and that's a beautiful thing. Seasonal produce dictates the menu; every piece of broccoli chosen with the...
If I were on death row, or in another hypothetical scenario in which I’m forced to choose a last meal, I’d make it hot, buttered sourdough with a great coffe...
It's pretty easy to get lost in the streets surrounding Soho Square, but whether you seek out or stumble upon Milk Bar, you're guaranteed a decent cu...
When it comes to experimental music a lot of places want it, a lot of places say they have it, but in London, only Café Oto - with its moving, living communi...
The Shacklewell Arms
The Shacklewell Arms draws you in with a tractor beam of dim-lit London noir and plenty of fairy lights. Not quite spit-and-sawdust but Ramone-era chic and f...
Rough Trade East
There’s something soothing about stepping into Rough Trade East, even when it’s busy. Maybe it’s the high ceilings, the in-store coffee bar or the long roomy...
look mum no hands!
Whether you know what your balls feel like in lycra or not, you will have a nice time at look mum no hands!. Old mates Lewin Chalkley, Matt Harper, and Sam H...
At Voodoo Ray's pizza is served by the slice and they’re huge, two-hander deals like those ones you often see being eaten in American movies. Indeed, the...
Chin Chin Labs
Someone once told me that prior experience enhances enjoyment. “For instance”, they said, “a hot tin of tomatoes after a 50 mile river walk...
The Goodhood Store
It's the store name on everybody's lips and so it damn well should be because this place is mental. What started out as a “self-initiated, self...
“As an artefact, a piece of vinyl is something quite exciting”, says Kristina Records’ Jack Rollo, and this, the first new record store to hit the streets of...
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