Fancy a festival that puts a roof over your head? ATP is here for you, bringing a massive line-up headlined and curated by TV On The Radio to Pontins in East Sussex. You could win a six-berth cabin and tickets for you and five friends to the festival, which takes place May 10-12 2013.
Brooklyn indie-rockers TV On The Radio are super excited to be put in charge, and have booked an incredible line-up to fill the venue's indoor stages, including De La Soul, DOOM, Death Grips, Spank Rock, El-P, !!!, CSS and loads more. When the live music's done you'll be treated to late-night DJs and cinema screenings to keep the party going. All tickets include accommodation in private apartments and are available from www.atpfestival.com.
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Like many of the venues around the Japanese Embassy, Ikeda is old school. No self-respecting businessman would have any qualms about bringing clients here, and a meal with the in-laws wouldn’t go amiss either – but a raucous party is probably out. The decor is inoffensive but just a little bland; the staff are affable, turning out the same mix of efficient but unintrusive service since 1978. The highlight is a ringside seat by the tiny open kitchen, where sparklingly fresh sashimi, light, crisp tempura and numerous other classic dishes are produced. A lunchtime set of well-shaped nigiri was served traditionally on a wooden block. Leaner-than-average slow-simmered pork belly with Japanese mustard and boiled, rolled spinach (buta kakuni) yielded easily at the prod of a chopstick. More unusual was a prawn tempura dish, where the shellfish was rolled with cha soba noodles in nori before getting a second dipping in the batter and oil. Like the ambience, the lofty prices also fit the Mayfair location. But consistency is the order of the day here, so come in the sure knowledge that you’ll get a decent meal.
Venue says: “Located in the heart of Mayfair, Ikeda is a traditional Japanese restaurant, serving up cuisine in an exclusive, fine-dining setting.”