Saturday brunch at Sake No Hana
Brunch has become a favourite weekend ritual for Londoners and, for those feeling uninspired by the typical pancake and fry-up options, Sake No Hana has launched an exotic alternative. The brunch menu offers the modern Japanese cuisine that the restaurant has become known for and includes a glass of prosecco, a palate-cleansing white miso soup to start, a selection of sushi rolls, a choice of main dishes and sweet jasmine cake for dessert. Served every Saturday from 12pm until 4pm, it is the ideal weekend treat and is priced at just £38.50 per person.
Sake No Hana, 23 Saint James’s Street, London SW1A 1HA, +44 (0)20 7925 8988
Metropolitan by Como
A boutique hotel in the heart of London’s smart Mayfair district, the Metropolitan by Como prides itself on providing highly personalised guest services. With the help of one of the city’s best-connected concierges, guests at the hotel can plan bespoke shopping tours, see the West End’s biggest hits or spend an afternoon indulging at the on-site spa. The Shambhala Urban Escape offers six treatment rooms, steam rooms and a fully equipped gym with yoga facilities, while the hotel’s own branch of Nobu means guests can feast on room-service sushi round the clock.
Metropolitan by Como, Old Park Lane, London W1K 1LB, +44 (0)20 7447 1000
David Bowie Is at the V&A
David Bowie is one of the world’s most enigmatic and elusive personalities and this unique exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the first retrospective of his work, allows visitors unprecedented access to items sourced from throughout his career. More than 300 objects are on display, from original costumes and set designs to handwritten lyrics and a collection of Bowie’s own instruments. From Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke, every incarnation of Bowie is on show at the V&A until 11 August 2013 – ideal for fans of flamboyant style.
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL, +44 (0)20 7942 2000