New York is ‘the city that never sleeps’, and Parisians have long been used to the idea of the all-night brasserie. Meanwhile here in London, plans for the 24-hour tube have finally, finally come to fruition with the central and Victoria lines the first to go all night from 19 August. Despite the delays to the […]

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What better way to get into the mood for Christmas than by gliding elegantly around London’s longest-standing outdoor ice rink? (Well, in your mind’s eye anyway!) Whether you’re a skating novice or an old hand, the City’s Broadgate, by Liverpool Street station, is the place to wrap up warm and don a pair of skates […]

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The City’s latest dining hub, Broadgate Circle, has a new resident as the craze for cold-pressed juices continues to sweep across London. PRESS, which launched its first outpost in Selfridges earlier this year, has announced its third site is now open at the new development beside Liverpool Street station. All juices, waters and tonics are made in […]

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The City’s latest re-development behemoth, Broadgate Circle, has opened behind Liverpool Street station, bringing with it 11 new dining destinations. And the revitalised line-up is better than one might expect – fewer of the usual, ubiquitous chains that often take up residency in these restaurant arcades. Hakkasan Group has chosen Broadgate Circle for the second site […]

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Further expansion for Thomasina Miers’s bright and breezy Mexican street food chain, Wahaca, with another site planned near London’s Liverpool Street station. The brand’s 17th venue sounds like a bit of a monster, spread over two floors and inhabiting 4,200 square feet. And it seems as though they’ve called in the big guns to help […]

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Twenty-four hour dining is still surprisingly rare in London, but more all-night bars and restaurants have been springing up of late. Polo Bar, a round-the-clock spot near Liverpool Street, is the latest place to smarten up its act. After a major refurb, the establishment has unveiled two new floors with an all-night café and ‘secret’ […]

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How often have we all grumbled that a meal out now costs  the same as a small car? Well, if you’d like to go back to the good old days of reasonably priced dishes,  you won’t want to miss Moshi Moshi rolling back the clock. London’s original kaiten (conveyor belt) restaurant in Liverpool Street Station […]

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