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What to do in London

MANILA THRILLer

For Filipino greatness, look no further than Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen, where Sinead and Lee’s crispy pata pancakes with Mang Tomas sauce, Piña Coladas and Milo ice cream are, frankly, gob-smacking.
Seven Dials Market, Earlham Street, WC2

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Catch it IF YOU CAN

In the mood for a binge watch? You’re in luck because French comedy-cum-detective drama Lupin is back with a second series. And yes, lead Omar Sy is as dishy as ever.
Out 11 June on Netflix

Floral fancy

Head to the Garden Museum for a peek at its heavenly British Flowers Week exhibition, showcasing sculptural works
by florists such as Cyrill Tronchet and
Hazel Gardiner, centred on healing.
Tickets £12. 10-15 Jun

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POPS
TO THE CINEMA

Brace yourself for The Father, the mind-bending drama about the heart-breaking effects of dementia that scored Anthony Hopkins that controversial Oscar.
Out 11 Jun. At cinemas across the capital

ROLL UP, ROLL UP

Sashay south for a round of Japanese hand rolls at Temaki in Brixton, where chef Shaulan Steenson and his team are serving the freshest sushi-grade fish alongside his top-secret Uruchimai rice.
Unit 12 Market Row, SW9

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DIAMOND TIME

‘Primadonna’ girl Marina is back with her fifth studio album, Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land, and it’s every ounce as out there and empowering as you’d expect. £9.99

YOU’VE PULLED

Hop to the swanky new Camden Beer Hall, where 24 different brews will tickle your every taste bud and Theo Randall’s delectable menu is as good as pub grub gets. 55 Wilkin Street Mews, NW5