We've all been there, struggling through the countless artifacts at a museum feigning interest in the hope of impressing your friends
If you've ever visited the charming four star Montague on the Gardens Hotel, you will know it is situated in a row of fine Georgian houses in close proximity to the British Museum. It has an old world charm, which you suspect the many visitors of the British Museum would appreciate. However, what you might not expect, is a magical winter wonderland in their back garden terrace.
Alexander Waterworth deserves an award for his marvellous creation at Dalloway Terrace. He has form in delivering stunning, classically British interiors
As pop-ups go, the beach bar at the Montague on the Gardens is one of the most unlikely venues you will ever see.
How well do you know your lobster? Most people think eating lobster is like riding in a limousine – fancy, expensive, and elitist. Not known for having huge generous chunks of meat lurking beneath their shells,