The Finest London Restaurants in Bloom

Everywhere is coming up roses…and daisies, delphiniums, foxgloves and lilies. The Luxury Restaurant Guide pays homage to the best London floral restaurant displays this season: London is in bloom with its various boroughs teaming up with the Royal Horticultural Society to encourage their streets, squares, shops and restaurants to celebrate the season. Visitors to London…

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The World’s Greatest Restaurant Guide: Les Grandes Tables du Monde

It’s the club every elite restaurateur wants to join but few will be welcomed into – Les Grandes Tables du Monde is the world’s most elite dining guide, a club of such gastronomique clout far and wide that it’s rather like the ultimate Who’s-Who of gastronomy. They don’t look for establishments that serve superior cuisine,…

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Minster Mill – Andrew Brownsword Hotels’ latest luxury unveiling

Beyond the dreaming spires of Oxford and the majesty of Blenheim Palace, a new bastion of elegantly preserved history has re-opened. This place is Minster Mill – the latest beautiful hotel, restaurant and spa in the Andrew Brownsword Hotel collection which includes the likes of Gidleigh Park, Amberley Castle, Buckland Manor and Bath Priory. The…

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Michelin-star dining within one hour of London

If you’re craving feted food in the lush green surrounds of a grand country house, a rambling riverfront or quirky village pub, yet all within a quick one hour car journey from London – then we have fifteen very alluring choices for you: The Crown, Burchetts Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 6QZ Carrying a flame for…

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Chef’s Recipe: Blue Lobster with Pertuis Asparagus, Vin Jaune and Morels by Hélène Darroze at The Connaught

Hélène Darroze has become a big draw at The Connaught. Ever since the restaurant opened in 2008 it has gone from strength to strength, being awarded its first Michelin star in 2009, second in 2011, which it has retained since. At The Connaught, each day begins with the arrival of carefully selected ingredients. Hélène’s network…

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Chic and Child Friendly Dining

“Yummy, Mummy” should be softly uttered, and without scorn from the next table that you dared eat out with your little pumpkin at a restaurant that didn’t serve fast food. The European’s seem to have it right – well-mannered kiddies versed on dining etiquette. Perhaps we need a bit more cultural appropriation, deployed distraction techniques,…

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What’s On Over Easter at the Finest Hotels & Restaurants

The Luxury Restaurant Guide goes on the hunt for eggstra- special edible Easter ideas available at the very best destinations around the country. Club benefits not applicable on Easter Sunday unless where noted. Chewton Glen, Christchurch Rd, New Milton, Hampshire BH25 6QS Stuck with what to do with the children or teenagers during school holidays?…

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Business Dining Etiquette – The Ps and Qs to successful working lunches

“Let’s do a business lunch” doesn’t have to induce hysteria of showing yourself up with sloppy table manners. Instead it’s a chance to exude quiet authority, impress and inspire confidence. Thus big businesses and savvy promotion hunters are not leaving it to chance that they have all the necessary honed social graces. Watching your P’s…

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Step Inside the all new Belmond Cadogan Hotel on its Opening Day

28 February 2019 It’s a welcome return today to the Belmond Cadogan Hotel in Chelsea, after almost a five year absence for a complete refurbishment. Its multi-million pound restoration starts an exciting new chapter in the fashionable hotel’s 132 year history, as it joins the Belmond group and its portfolio of iconic hotels and travel…

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