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April 21, 2015

United Ramen on London's Upper Street will satisfy your hunger for quality Japanese food

I was in Islington to see a show at the King's Head Theatre. I needed some easy food but wasn't sure what I felt like – it had been a while since I'd been in this part of town so I wandered around to see what was new, what looked good, and what was taking my fancy.

January 16, 2015

Doctor Who and Queer As Folk writer returns with new gay drama trio

TV writer Russell T Davies has said of Cucumber Banana Tofu, his new gay drama trio for Channel 4: 'I wanted to look at sex without being sexy.'

January 24, 2014

David Hanson's impersonation of Sushi the drag queen at the Gay Star Beach Party won him a tour for two around Florida's Key West and accommodations in the Waldorf Astoria Casa Marina Resort

Every New Year's Eve in Key West, Sushi the drag queen dons a fabulous gown, one she's been preparing all year, as she settles into a life-size, glittery red high heel.

The drag queen version of the Times Square midnight ball drop, Sushi is lowered from the top floor of the Bourbon Street Pub as the crowd below counts down to the New Year. At midnight, Sushi kicks off the celebrations by popping a bottle of champagne all over the revelers.

November 8, 2012

A Japanese restaurant in London with French styling and décor, British retro pop on the piano and – most importantly – heavenly food

We love anything quirky, cool or ‘quality’ – so we couldn’t resist telling you about our ever-so-slightly camp new discovery, Sushi des Artistes.

At first glance, this London restaurant is a miss-match; French styling, Japanese food, retro pop played live by a pianist. But the combination turns out to be strangely irresistible – and the food utterly delicious.

Distractions and styling aside (I know, we love distractions and styling) the food is the star.

May 22, 2012

Win a £50 towards a meal for two at any UK YO! Sushi restaurant

The UK's popular sushi restaurant is celebrating Queen Elizabeth's 60th year on the throne with a commemorative plate and a special desert.

While the festivities have generated less buzz in other countries the Queen nominally rules, pretty much everyone in Britain is royally excited about the diamond jubilee celebrations.

Monarchists are getting ready to doff their caps to Her Majesty and republicans are hoping the sunshine will last because most Brits get to enjoy a four-day weekend, thanks to a celebratory public holiday.