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The Perfume Studio: Perfume Making Experience with an Afternoon Tea for One or Two at The Perfume Studio, Choice of Location (50% Off)

Perfume Making Experience with an Afternoon Tea for One or Two at The Perfume Studio, Choice of Location (50% Off)

The Perfume Studio

Multiple Locations

Sample an array of blends and create a perfume to take home; an afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones and teas included

£69 £34.50

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Token Interior: Soap Making Workshop from £16 at Token Interior

Soap Making Workshop from £16 at Token Interior

Token Interior


Create up to five soaps during this workshop using a range of fragrances, natural ingredients and scents, such as coconut and rose


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Hemingway Tailors: Hemingway Tailors, Savile Row: Made-to-Measure Two-Piece Suit for £399 (67% Off)

Hemingway Tailors, Savile Row: Made-to-Measure Two-Piece Suit for £399 (67% Off)

Hemingway Tailors


Choose from 12 fabrics, 50 linings and any style for a two-piece suit from the English Bespoke range at this Savile Row tailors

£1,200 £399

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Harris and zei: Made-to-Measure Custom Shirt from £89 at Harris and Zei (Up to 62% Off)

Made-to-Measure Custom Shirt from £89 at Harris and Zei (Up to 62% Off)

Harris and zei

Multiple Locations

A choice of around 60 different Egyptian cottons can be used to make these bespoke shirts; 17 nationwide locations available to visit

£225 £89

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School of Floristry Ltd: Three-Hour Floristry Lesson For Beginners for £39.99 at School of Floristry (60% Off)

Three-Hour Floristry Lesson For Beginners for £39.99 at School of Floristry (60% Off)

School of Floristry Ltd


Learn how to make a hand-tied bouquet, choosing the right flowers and foliage, and create a centre piece

£100 £39.99

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Vapepit - Wallington: £10 for £20 to Spend on E-Cigarettes at Vapepit (Up to 50% Off)

£10 for £20 to Spend on E-Cigarettes at Vapepit (Up to 50% Off)

Vapepit - Wallington

Multiple Locations

Shop for vaping products and e-liquids in a shop featuring a cafe serving hot and cold drinks

£20 £10

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  • Gibson's at The Yacht London
    The Yacht of London is a 1927 steamboat permanently moored at Temple Pier on Victoria Embankment. The venue is a short walk from Temple underground station and benefits from panoramic views of the Thames, Big Ben and the South Bank. The restored interior retains much of its period charm while sporting a host of modern amenities to meet the needs of contemporary socialites. Four distinct areas are spread out across three decks: the top deck and terrace offers a full bar and a heated marquee fitted with a Bose PA system; the Stateroom boasts chesterfield sofas and a plasma screen TV; the cocktail lounge serves an array of innovative beverages amid art-deco furnishings; and Gibson’s restaurant is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, a clean white colour scheme and wooden flooring. Gibson’s specialises in British classics with an international twist—the a la carte menu features dishes such as beef wellington served with chorizo-roasted potatoes, and medallions of local venison paired with white bean and smoked pancetta puree. The kitchen also offers a six-course fine-dining menu, a range of barbecue classics and a buffet, in addition to lighter bites like bowl food and canapés. Diners may also stop by for afternoon tea or a hearty roast on Sunday.Those planning a special occasion can hire the yacht in its entirety or opt for an individual area. The venue is equipped to host private dining, seminars, parties and other special occasions ranging from 15 to 250 guests. Weddings and civil ceremonies are held throughout the year and tailored to each individual couple’s requirements. The yacht holds a 3am events licence and is lit up by fairy lights in the evening.
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    Temple Pier, Victoria Embankment
    London, GB
  • London Fish & Chips
    The Middle East may seem an unusual hotbed for fish and chip consumption, but the classic British seaside dish seems to be thriving there. The explanation behind this phenomenon lies in the remarkable success story of London Fish & Chips, a traditional British chippie passionate about exporting our delicious dish across the globe. Founded in 2001, London Fish & Chips has been cooking up the nation’s most iconic meal ever since. Keen to test the waters abroad, the company soon opened its first outlet in the prestigious Al-Faisaliah shopping mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The overwhelmingly positive reaction to the food and service led to rapid growth, and the company soon found their product in high demand. The franchise now serves up fish and chips not only in London’s Covent Garden but also throughout Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. After successfully opening numerous stores in Saudi cities such as Jeddah, Medina and Dammam, London Fish & Chips set its sights on Dubai, gambling on their hunch that the locals would be similarly receptive to British fare. Their gamble paid off, and there are now six stores in Dubai, as well as one in Ras al-Khaimah and one in Abu Dhabi. Part of the chain’s success is undoubtedly down to the British theme of the restaurant’s food—dishes are named after London landmarks such as Big Ben, Trafalgar and Waterloo. Meanwhile, their ambition continues unabated as they strive to export their decidedly British dishes even further afield.
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    46 Bedford Street
    London, GB
  • First Floor Restaurant Portobello
    Perched on the corner of Portobello Road, First Floor’s unassuming exterior belies its inner grandeur—a theme which the staff strive to imbue the restaurant’s work with, from the service to the food. The restaurant has occupied its famous Notting Hill location for 15 years, and owners Antony and Alex Harris are keen to serve up fresh, seasonal dishes inspired by the best of French and British dining. Stepping into the establishment’s ground floor bar and first floor restaurant, guests will be greeted by fairy tale décor inspired by a combination of Baroque and Gothic imagery. Wax drips from ornate candelabras while crystal chandeliers sparkle and sway above dusty religious relics and crisp white tablecloths. This could be dinner in Dracula’s castle—chargrilled Cumbrian 'native breed' rump steak with triple cooked chips, béarnaise sauce and a glass of the 2012 Finca Los Prados Argentinian Malbec. Indeed, the wine list is one a medieval aristocrat (or semi-mythical count) could be proud of. The bar offers a carefully considered collection of vintages along with a range of single malts, rums and bourbons. Evenings at First Floor come with a splash of that famous Notting Hill glamour sated by an eclectic menu of bottled beers and classic cocktails. The bar will be buzzing from Thursday nights and throughout the weekend, with a DJ on Thursday and Sunday nights to blend contemporary sounds with some opulent old-world ambience.
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    186 Portobello Road
    London, Greater London GB
  • Tudor Barn
    Dating back to the 16th century, the Tudor Barn was originally part of a country mansion built for the daughter of Thomas More, the Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII. Throughout the years, political activists, writers and educators have all resided on the historic grounds, including Edith Nesbit, the author of The Railway Children. Today, the barn acts as a picturesque venue for events, including weddings, parties and other special occasions. The indoor restaurant is complemented by two alfresco dining areas for warmer months and the thirteen-acre grounds feature scented gardens and a medieval moat. The cuisine is a fusion of rustic and modern tastes, with locally and UK-sourced produce, creative flair and delicate flavouring. Wine tasting classes also take place on the last Wednesday of every month, with expert oenologists teaching participants about how their favourite tipples are produced.
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    Well Hall Pleasaunce, Well Hall Road
    London, GB
  • The Tooting Tram Social
    Hidden down an alley just off of Mitcham Road, The Tooting Tram and Social is a former tram shed converted into a stylish bar by the Antic chain, who have over 30 watering holes spread around London. The large main hall and mezzanine level provide customers with a uniquely kitted-out decor including looming chandeliers and huge leather sofas, while the bar sells a wide range of beers, spirits and wines. The Tram is renowned for its vast scope of live events including burlesque and cabaret nights, craft fairs, rockaoke, open mic nights and weekly DJ sets. While XFM’s John Kennedy hosts regular band nights, with Kate Nash and Turin Brakes performing recently.
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    46-48 Mitcham Rd
    London, GB
  • Cha Cha Moon
    Cha Cha Moon is a pan-Asian noodle bar which offers an array of eastern foods from its Soho location, just off the vibrant Carnaby Street. The chef's aim for authenticity and diversity on their menu, with their dishes representing a variety of regions throughout China and the Far East. Dishes on offer include soups, noodles, platters, salads and curries, as well as desserts such as green tea ice cream and mango pudding. The extensive drinks menu features juices, wines, cocktails, sodas, beers and teas. Open seven days a week, the restaurant is open until 11:30pm on both Friday and Saturday for late-night snacks and drinks.
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    15-21 Ganton Street
    London, GB

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