Jing Yaa Tang Roast Duck Dinner

The Opposite House, Beijing: hotel of the week

Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, The Opposite House features innovative architecture and interiors that embrace natural light and reclaimed materials, leaving visitors wide-eyed with appreciation. Just…

Inside London #4: It’s a Minimission!

SECRETS FROM OUR INSIDER LONDON ADDRESS BOOK… If last week's one day of sunshine got you thinking about summer, then this week's Minimission party will…

Inside London #2: Out of Africa, into Angel

Bars in London – The Double ClubSECRETS FROM OUR INSIDER LONDON ADDRESS BOOK…

At a loose end tonight? Not so unlucky then, despite the date. If you’re staying in London but pining for an African adventure (or a slice of idiosyncratic fun before Valentine’s Day), a Victorian warehouse in Islington might just be the answer. Just remember to dress up.

Say what? Officially, The Double Club is a ‘pop-up art installation that combines Congolese and Western culture for fun-loving London party people’. Unofficially, this temporary restaurant/bar/disco cum art project by Carsten Höller has become the place to be seen by London’s fashion crowd (I spotted designer Giles Deacon and his crew there on Friday dancing underneath the club’s neon palm trees).