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The 5 best places to enjoy food and film in London

Popcorn takes a back seat to the food on offer at these London cinemas. What could be better than stuffing your face with gourmet grub in front of a giant TV?

The Escapist: Joe & Seph's founder Adam Sopher

Adam Sopher, founder of Joe & Steph's, on trading consulting for popcorn

Best luxury Advent calendars for Christmas 2018

Bored of the same old Chocolate Advent calendar? Try these luxury ones out for size – from wine to rum, popcorn to a tasting menu of gummy sweets

Little Quiet, Barbican: restaurant review

Little Quiet, Disappearing Dining Club's latest residency, brings Alpine winter warmers and molten popcorn brownies to a clandestine former wine bar on Newbury Street

Jikoni, Marylebone: restaurant review

Ravinder Bhogal's first restaurant condenses a whole world of flavours into one cozy, peachy pink spot on Marylebone's Blandford Street

Flavour of the Week: POND Dalston

This week, we find a Hawaiian-themed restaurant that's cool rather than kitsch, putting a Japanese and Polynesian spin on American fast food. And spam. Lots of spam…

Flavour of the Week: Foley's

Leaving a vaunted restaurant like The Palomar takes guts, but its former sous chef Mitz Vora shows us how it's done at his new solo venture, Foley's in Fitzrovia

Pomona's, Notting Hill: restaurant review

Newly appointed head chef Ruth Hansom takes the reins with British sharing plates, masterful flavour combinations and simple food done well

Wun’s Tearoom, Soho: restaurant review

From the owners of Bun House comes Wun’s Tearoom, a Cantonese small plate restaurant inspired by China in Soho. Foodism reviews

The Sign of the Angel, Wiltshire: hotel review

At The Sign of the Angel in picturesque Wiltshire village Lacock, we find all you'd expect from a traditional inn, brought up to date with contemporary dining