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The FT’s restaurant critic chooses the eateries in the UK capital that never fail to enchant him — and to which he returns time and again
In the final scene of our series by the FT’s film critic, here are some of the finest movies set in the UK capital — vivid depictions of the metropolis from the 1880s to the 2020s
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A woodland ‘fire feast’ gives Henry Mance a taste of a very English kind of wilderness
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Clipping London’s wings will not help other cities and regions to soar
Our food writer salutes an exciting new opening on London’s food scene
A glamorous new hotel is part of a bid to reanimate one of London’s best-known thoroughfares
FT writers and correspondents reveal their food and drink obsessions
The couple behind Frieze have cooked up a modernist Mediterranean kitchen in London
The expressive brushwork of John Constable’s late paintings is explored in this moving London exhibition
Cut smoked pork sausage into chunks with Emmental, pickles and an astringent dressing and call it a salad. It’s fiendish genius
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The marvels on display here can transport you to whichever corner of the natural world you long to discover — or rediscover, as was the case for this FT graphic artist
Green spaces in our cities have become more cherished than ever. In this series from FT Globetrotter, our correspondents and writers tell their stories