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Food, Travel

June 12, 2014 |
London Food Tour: Brixton & Borough Market

Did you know Brixton has its own money? John Warland, guide and co-founder of Mind the Gap Tours explains on a chilly London morning as he holds up the colourful note in his hand. We’re standing at the platform of Brixton’s train station. He points to the gleaming white Bon Marché building beneath threatening clouds [...]

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Travel

May 30, 2014 |
Montague on the Gardens, London

Set in a series of converted townhouses, Montague on the Gardens boutique hotel is located in London’s Bloomsbury on a quiet street around the corner from the British Museum. Lobby Step through the entrance and into the lobby and you’ll find the interior to be traditionally decorated in a manner reminiscent of a stately home. [...]

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Restaurants

May 13, 2014 |
The Gilbert Scott, London

You can’t beat the location. Set in the grandeur and opulence of St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, The Gilbert Scott is one of the go-to dining destinations in London. Entrance Named after its architect, the restaurant’s décor leaves you in awe with an imposing entrance, ornately decorated ceilings and wrought-iron chandeliers. The Gilbert Scott, London The [...]

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Travel

April 22, 2014 |
Eurostar London to Paris Business Premier Review

Gourmantic travelled on Eurostar Business Premier London to Paris as a guest of Eurostar, Rail Europe and Turkish Airlines. Eurostar and St Pancras International For the nostalgic, train travel may evoke images of romance and long journeys but the modern traveller is more attuned to efficiency and comfort. Eurostar is a high speed train that [...]

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Bars, Drinks, Travel

July 17, 2013 |
The Parcel Yard, London Kings Cross Station

Editor’s note: Our contributor, Ed Sullivan discovers a London pub worth a visit. The Parcel Yard is the place to be in for a quick pint or grub while waiting for train connections that departs from Kings Cross / St Pancras station. The Parcel Yard Dubbed as the largest station pub in the whole of [...]

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Bars, Travel

February 3, 2013 |
London’s Traditional Pubs

If you fancy your pint with a touch of history, London is your city. With a selection of olde world pubs, some dating back over 500 years, your next pub crawl could clock you a few centuries. The Cittie of York * Start at the The Lamb and Flag, the oldest in Covent Garden which [...]

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