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20/20 vision

Feeling bougie? Delight in a 20-course omakase feast at the cosy new Maru in Mayfair, where each evening 10 diners can delight in eight-day, dry-aged tuna and Brixham squid nigiri with Exmoor caviar. 18 Shepherd Market, W1

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love letters

Can’t get enough of the L word?
Laugh and sob your way through Conversations On Love, a collection of essays compiled by Natasha Lunn and written by the likes of Lisa Taddeo and Dolly Alderton. £14.99

the mane man

Office, kitchen, utility room… every space is a club when you’re listening to Gucci Mane’s glistening new 17th studio album, Ice Daddy. Out 18 Jun on Spotify and Apple Music

get a move on

Lunge into Apple TV+’s perm-happy dramedy, Physical, a new 10-part series starring Rose Byrne as a struggling housewife who finds solace in the 1980s art of aerobics. Streaming from 18 Jun

gallic glory

Book in to Frenchie for a taste of the restaurant’s Best Of Frenchie 5th anniversary menu, featuring bacon scones with maple syrup and clotted cream and the infamous seared turbot and crab bisque. 16 Henrietta Street, WC2

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use your noodle

Strut to the brand new Bao Noodle Shop in Shoreditch, serving up deeply satisfying bowls of Taiwanese deliciousness up top and plenty of lols in the karaoke room downstairs.
Opens 23 Jun.
1 Redchurch Street, E2

on the right track

Head to Paddington for The Great Garden Escape at The Newt, where GWR will carry you first class to Somerset for a wholesome, new, greenery-filled day trip packed with tours of the hotel’s glorious landscape, fine cider tasting and seasonal food cultivated on site. Tickets £295