The imminent move from lockdown to ‘tier 2’ brings with it the opening of a few fun venues, though not with all the fun of pre-COVID-19 restrictions. We at Vada round up what we’re looking forward to most over the festive period across London
We round up three new restaurant openings in London, which are doing so, determined to succeed, despite the pandemic lockdown conditions.
Despite the lockdown restrictions, the magic of Christmas at Kew is going ahead, and this year with a new partnership with chocolate company Montezuma’s.
Chef Sabbir Karim has reopened his Namaste restaurants (Namaaste Kitchen and Salaam Namaste) in London, for those wanting modern Indian food
We visited to recently opened, well-appointed, detached Sister Jane Townhouse in Notting Hill, London to explore the first concept store by Sister Jane and restaurant collaboration Cha Cha.
The JD Malat gallery in London has launched a solo exhibition by hyper-realist artist Ian Cumberland, Presence in Absence, which explores ideas of the self through voyeurism, technology and mass media.
Tim Firmager visits Soho’s bar, restaurant and music venue, 100 Wardour St and finds out how the venue has responded to post-lockdown dining.
Lifestyle Editor Timothy Firmager heads into central London during lockdown easing to try deli dining at Deli Cat & Sons on the north bank of the Thames.
London 1986 is a point-and-click detective story highlighting life in 1980s London. Jake Basford tells us why you should support their Kickstarter campaign.
Food Editor, Tim Firmager, heads to the new city location for pizzeria Zia Lucia, in Aldgate East, to check out how it’s evolved since its origins in 2016.