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Predella House: Art for the culturally curious

The fields of interior design and art can sometimes, unfortunately, be misjudged and labelled as prestigious, exclusive and unapproachable. Industries where only an elite clientele are both interested and able to afford their products and services. Predella House, a new business set up in 2015, brings a fresh perspective to challenge such an outlook. Working […]

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Verden: gorgeous wine in golden light

Whenever there’s a deliberation with a friend of mine on where to head for a drink and catch up, he’s always quick to hint at Clapton… not because of the obvious flourishing of new openings over the past year, but purely because it’s his local hood. Being a Hackney resident, I’m never too fussed if […]

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East evolution: Hoi Polloi

I’ve been meaning to post about Hoi Polloi for some time now; my handful of dining experiences there each being positively memorable in my mind. With its stunningly amber-lit interior, I long to be sat back amongst the understated art deco glamour of it all, relishing in a new series of dishes that would excite […]

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Glorious gastronomy served sky-high: City Social

I’m not usually so savvy in the culinary world to know about new openings before they’ve actually opened. Sure, It’s a different story when I’m passing through my local streets circa Hackney and can spot a new destination from a short mile away, fresh with its new yet discreet signage, soft, amber lighting, and anticipating […]

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A slice of country-side… in the heart of Soho

I always feel out of the loop when I come across more than one establishment in Soho that looks unfamiliar, a newly opened venture for the social, centrally-located masses to descend upon for food, drink and fun. New places are always exciting, don’t get me wrong – but a sense of urgency fills me at […]

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