The gleaming glass and steel towers of Canary Wharf: it isn’t all power lunches and after-work booze-ups, you know. Inside and among glittering skyscrapers, an array of restaurants offer cuisines from around the world. Independents are few and far between, but eschewing the big chains, there’s still plenty of scope for a satisfying meal.
London has been declared the smartest city in the world, according to the sixth edition of the annual IESE Cities in Motion Index 2019.
Prepared by IESE Business School’s Center for Globalization and Strategy, under the direction of professors Pascual Berrone and Joan Enric Ricart, the index looks at the level of development of 174 cities from 80 countries. The cities are analyzed across nine dimensions considered key to truly sustainable cities: human capital (developing, attracting and nurturing talent), social cohesion (consensus among the different social groups in a city), economy, environment, governance, urban planning, international outreach, technology, and mobility and transportation (ease of movement and access to public services).
If you’re living in anticipation of the forthcoming new Amazon Original series, Good Omens , adapted from the popular 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, you’ll be in for a treat in London in June. An immersive experience and exhibition will open to the public in London.
The six-part adaptation of Good Omens is a comedy story of the world hurtling towards the apocalypse, with only the unlikely duo of an angel, played by Michael Sheen, and a demon, played by David Tennant, to stop it. In celebration of its launch on premium subscription streaming service, Amazon Prime Video, on 31 May, an immersive experience and exhibition will open to the public in London.
If you’re on the search for Sichuan or hunting for Hunanese in London, you can narrow down your expedition time considerably by hopping off the tube at Leicester Square. Set your compass to Gerrard
There’s nothing like seeing London’s stunning skyline to help you fall in love with the city all over again. Whether it’s looking out across the river from Tower Bridge, or relaxing with a cocktail
Whether it’s Oreo-maker Mondelez exploring the possibility of launching a CBDproduct range or the rising trend of caffeine addicts adding CBD oil to their morning cuppa, cannabidiol is all the rage in the food and beverage industry. The cannabis plant’s non-psychoactive chemical lists benefits such as pain relief and lower levels of anxiety and depression and has a nutty, earthy taste. From a hemp-flavored dessert to a herbaceous G&T, here are six places in London to get your fix of CBD food and drink.
Eurostar ends agreement allowing passengers to travel from London to Germany, Austria and Switzerland The Independent At a time when more European travellers than ever appear to be keen to travel by rail rather than air, Eurostar is choosing to make life more difficult for …
London in the Sky offers a one-hour, three-course dinner with wine 100ft above London for £199 ($259). I strapped in and checked it out.
If you’re bored of conventional restaurants, it’s time to take things to new heights.
To be specific, 100ft high.
Flying above the O2 arena in London, you’ll find two huge dinner tables suspended from cranes, where London in the Sky has just been erected for another year.
Offering incredible views over the skyline paired with delicious food, this is a whole new level of dining experience.
Experience the very best of Turkey without even jumping on a plane.