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A stunning dinner at Studio in Copenhagen

I haven’t travelled a lot in Scandinavia, so was very excited to be spending a few days in Copenhagen before embarking on a cruise of Northern Europe. And I was even more excited to discover that the city’s packed with top-quality restaurants…so many it’s hard to choose where to go. Most famously, there’s Noma, which […]

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Views and food to dream about at SushiSamba

When summer hits London in all its glory, it’s time to enjoy alfresco drinking and dining opportunities, which means I’m on the hunt for terraces and courtyards across town. And have I got a terrace for you today. We’re in the City of London on the 38th floor of the Heron Tower. A glass lift […]

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Up on the roof at Vintage Salt

Today I’m on the roof of Selfridges, that stylish store in the middle of Oxford Street. Vintage Salt is a new addition to this summer’s alfresco offerings, the London outdoor lifestyle continues to grow and I’m loving it. And this is the perfect place to refuel mid-shopping, a peaceful haven high above the hubub of London’s […]

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The taste of Naples…up on the roof

So it’s summertime in London – not that it feels much like it, let’s just say I’m not exactly sashaying around in my flip flops yet. But you have to make an effort to get into the spirit of it (#FindYourSummer) and for me that means plenty of alfresco eating (and drinking). Today, then, we’re up on […]

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Celebrate summer with a picnic from PAUL

Summertime in London is something to get excited about. The city is transformed into a huge outdoor playground with parks and squares full of people greedily soaking up the sun. The perfect time for a picnic. And this summer you don’t even have to make your picnic yourself. Simply order something tasty from PAUL, the family-run French […]

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Wonderful modern British food at Tredwell’s

Today I’m back in Covent Garden trying out the latest offering from Marcus Wareing. I’d walked past Tredwell’s several times in my CG explorations and always thought it looked welcoming. It’s in the Seven Dials part of Covent Garden which I discovered was one of Charles Dicken’s favourites. He wrote nearly two hundred years ago: “The stranger who […]