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Food & Drink


Dine Indian style, on a spice trail smattered around W1. Once a gem of the British Empire, Indian cuisine is now a jewel in Mayfair’s culinary crown, from vibrant collections of street food to high-end cuisine. Transport your taste buds from west London to the delights of Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. We have whittled down the crème de la crème serving up Indian cuisine in Mayfair.   Benares Fine Indian dining is served up with a modern British twist at this Michelin starred restaurant, nestled in the core of Mayfair. Chef Atul Kochhar has created an admirable menu with dishes from all over India, w…

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Fashion & Beauty


As the last whispers of summer sweep through W1, we look towards the golden season of autumn, with beautifully hued leaves and dropping temperatures. With a new season comes a new set of fashion trends. 2014 is going to be all about outerwear and textures; perfect for keeping warm and comfortable. Here are the key trends for autumn/winter 2014, available from the Mayfair’s stores. Source: And London Blog Blanket Scarves: The bigger the better we say! Scarves have inflated to giant blanket size, lovely and snug for a colder climate. Head to Burberry on Bond Street for a beautiful piece from their Prorsum collection…

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What's up


Flowers can be a beautiful expression that make a statement with no words. When you’re looking for a way to say something important or would like to decorate your home with floral displays, knowing which florist best suits your occasion and taste can make the marking of a milestone far more memorable. Dotted throughout Mayfair are beautiful florists, with flowers from all corners of the globe. Here are our top three favorites. Natural and artistic There is something distinctly rustic about Wild Things’ Mayfair concession. Founder Louise Bermingham is a self-taught flower designer whose unique backg…