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In Review: The Ivy Asia

The basics: 20 New Change, London EC4M 9AD 020 3971 2600 theivyasia.com A snapshot: The Ivy Asia is one of London’s hottest new restaurants, offering Asian-themed cuisine and extravagant décor that’s designed to impress. Situated in the heart of the City overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral, this restaurant is a must visit for a principal looking

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In Review: Nobu

The Basics:  15 Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8DY 020 7290 9222 noburestaurants.com/london-berkeley-st/home/ A snapshot:  Situated amongst Mayfair’s premium sushi restaurants, Nobu is a jewel in the crown of high-end Japanese food, just off Berkeley Square. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch-time bite, or a lavish five course meal, Nobu caters to all requirements

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In Review: The Betterment

The basics: 44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, W1K 2HP 020 7596 3200 Thebettermentmayfair.com/restaurant/ A snapshot: Situated in grand hotel The Biltmore, Jason Atherton’s latest venture is a wonderful edition to Grosvenor Square. From the modern sophistication of the dining room to the menu that celebrates local ingredients, this is the place for your principal’s next lunchtime

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In Review: Gridiron

The basics: 19 Old Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1LB 020 7447 1080 gridironlondon.com A snapshot: Gridiron brings a contemporary, pared-back version of Mayfair sophistication to Old Park Lane, with no white table cloths in sight. This is the place for your principal to wine and dine clients, with high quality food and drinks from

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In review: Blixen

The basics: 65A Brushfield St, London, E1 6AA 020 7101 0093 Blixen.co.uk A snapshot: Backing onto Spitalfields Market, Blixen is a Victorian bank turned into a European grand café with a twist. The perfect spot for a lunch meeting with Wi-Fi and power points available in amongst the comfy booths. A bit of background: Opened

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In review: Kyseri

The basics 64 Grafton Way, Fitzrovia, W1T 5DP 020 7383 3717 www.kyseri.co.uk A snapshot Nestled on the corner of Grafton Way and Whitfield Street in Fitzrovia sits the deep blue façade of modern Turkish Cypriot restaurant Kyseri. Owners of the standout Oklava in Shoreditch have created an intimate experience with fare that reinvents traditional, home-style

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In review: HIDE

The basics 85 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NB 0203 1468 666 hide.co.uk A snapshot Behind the imposing wooden doors at 85 Piccadilly sits a three-level culinary extravaganza, dedicated to celebrating the finest ingredients and the very best in technique. With room for 180 covers spread across three floors and an all-day dining offering, HIDE has something

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In Review: Pollen Street Social

The basics 8-10 Pollen Street, Mayfair London W1S 1NQ 020 7290 7600 www.pollenstreetsocial.com/ A snapshot Housed in a Georgian house just moments off bustling Regent Street, Pollen Street Social does a roaring business lunch trade, offering a spot for clients to indulge in Michelin-star dining without the stiff tablecloths and uptight service. The diverse set

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In review: Gazelle, Mayfair

The basics 48 Albemarle Street Mayfair, London W1S 4DH 0207 629 0236 gazelle-mayfair.com A snapshot Cocktail connoisseurs may be familiar with the name Tony Conigliaro. The world-class bartender, known for his involvement in the likes of 69 Colebrooke Row and Untitled, has been called the ‘Heston Blumenthal of drinking’, delivering concoctions worthy of a Michelin

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In Review: Brat

The basics 4 Redchurch St, London E1 6JL bratrestaurant.com A snapshot Ex-Kitty Fisher’s chef Tomos Parry has ventured out on his own with Brat, a relaxed yet refined outpost in Shoreditch’s culinary corner, Redchurch St. Posh without pretence, this is contemporary British cooking at its best, with an open grill, elegant Spanish flavours and a

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