Day: 1 February 2018

Pastaio

Restaurant Review: Pastaio

Pasta is big business in London restaurants at the moment, and it’s hardly surprising. Across the pond, many restaurants are employing a fast-casual approach to pasta. Del Posto chef Mark Ladner opened Pasta Flyer, a fast-casual pasta restaurant, in New York last year; joining Casa Barilla in California and Grass ...

Wine of the Week: Château de Berne Rosé, 2016

Wine of the Week: Château de Berne Rosé, 2016

So Valentine's Day has arrived and you've booked your other half into a luxurious hotel with spa treatments and rose-covered bed sheets. Or, more likely, you have left it until the last minute and pitched a romantic night at home under the guise of saving money for the summer holiday? ...

The most remote cruise destinations in the world: revealed

The most remote cruise destinations in the world: revealed

The expansion of the cruise industry, coupled with modern holidaymakers’ longing to see the more secluded corners of the world, mean that some of the most luxurious liners on Earth now voyage to remote destinations. Evergreen destinations like the Caribbean and the Mediterranean are consistently popular, while reports abound on ...

London's Best New Restaurant Openings February 2018

London’s Best New Restaurant Openings – February 2018

With plenty of exciting restaurant openings constantly taking place across the Capital, we pick London’s best new restaurant openings taking place over the coming month.   Jidori – Covent Garden Following the success of their Dalston restaurant of the same name, Natalie Lee-Joe and Brett Redman will open Jidori in Covent ...

Premier League Predictions

West Ham suspend Tony Henry over comments about African players

West Ham United have suspended player recruitment director Tony Henry over comments he made in regards to African players. Henry left himself open to racism allegations after he claimed West Ham don't want to sign any more African players because "they can have a bad attitude" and "cause mayhem" if ...

Templeton loses Carlos Hardenberg

Templeton loses Carlos Hardenberg

Templeton loses Carlos Hardenberg - Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust says that, with immediate effect, Mr. Chetan Sehgal, senior managing director, director of portfolio management overseeing the global emerging markets strategy at Franklin Templeton, has been appointed lead portfolio manager of Templeton Emerging Markets. They say that he will be ...

Secret Chef – Cooking for the young (but not the brightest) super-rich

As few as 1 in 10 employees now wear a suit to work

Only one in 10 employees now wears a suit to work, according to a study. Researchers who polled 2,000 workers found the modern British office is more likely to be staffed by professional gentlemen dressed in jeans or chinos, long-sleeved button shirts and a smart blazer or jacket with a ...

We’d all be millionaires if we didn’t have bills to pay

We’re all millionaires…. over a lifetime

The average worker will earn more than £1.1 million in wages during their life, a study has found. Researchers who studied the earnings of 2,000 people revealed they will typically bank £1,123,164 in pay over an average 48-year working career. According to the study, the average worker earns £23,399.25 a ...

High standing to live in Barcelona

High standing to live in Barcelona

Nowadays, the Real Estate Barcelona sector is development very quickly in order to be close to their customers. It has created important websites with good offers and different kind of floors and houses conceived for every type of people. The competition between companies is too strong and no one wants ...

Film Review: Lies We Tell

Film Review: Lies We Tell

Amber (Sibylla Deen) is torn between her older lover Demi (Harvey Keitel) and her devout Muslim family in Bradford. When Demi dies, his driver Donald (Gabriel Bryne) is instructed to kick Amber out the flat she was living in for the adulterous getaways. Against his better judgement, a sympathy for ...