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Cinnamon Kitchen
Chris Horton heads to the City to sample modern Indian cuisine at...
Cantina del...
Helen Warwick is seduced by a saucy classic at this Italian restaurant...
Sushino
Chris Horton samples the best in Japanese-Brazilian food at fusion restaurant Sushino

 

The Dorchester
It’s very hard for famous hotels not to disappoint. The...
Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Henley-on-Thames
It’s hard not to be impressed when you’re staying in...
Malmaison Hotel
For a weekend break in the capital, Malmaison London is...
BBC Television Centre
One of the world’s largest television production centres, where...
Kensington Palace
For more than 300 years, the palace has been...
London Dungeon
Historical events are recreated in all their bloody and...
The Big Chill House
Three floors of music, a south-facing terrace for sunshine...
The Social
The Social offers a wide choice of wines, beers...
Milk and Honey
An exclusive and sophisticated venue for members only; non-members...
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John Logie Baird first demonstrated how his new invention, the television, would work, in his laboratory in Frith Street, Soho, back in 1926. The laboratory was above what is now Bar Italia.