To begin your tiger search, download the free Aurasma app (it's available for iPhone4 and above, iPad 2 and above, and high-powered Android devices), then hover your phone over the magazine's front cover to log onto the Time Out Aurasma channel. Next, head straight to The Hot List (page 5) where our fine editor-in-chief Tim Arthur will prepare you for the tiger challenge!
Once you've found all five hidden tigers, click on the link you'll be given on the final tiger or simply head back to this page and tell us where you found them on the form below. Those who correctly find the five tigers are in with a chance of winning:
- First prize: An iPad Mini, a ZSL London Zoo Tiger Territory VIP Experience family pass (includes 2 adults and 2 children) and an annual family pass to ZSL attractions
- Two second prizes: a ZSL London Zoo family day pass (includes 2 adults and 2 children)
Not only have we teamed up with Aurasma for our tiger hunt, but this week's copy of Time Out features plenty of other juicy interactive content. Why not hover your phone over our Pompeii feature (page 12)? Over our Dino Snores sleepover (page 29)? Or over our list of London's top rivalries (page 78)? We suggest you do. There's basketfuls of fun, interactive content to be found in our Easter double issue. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midnight on April 2 2013.
Thanks, Time Out Love London Awards! You alerted us to a new restaurant in Tufnell Park that we probably wouldn’t have heard of. Fans of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ will recognise the name: the Korova Milk Bar served milk mixed with mind-bending drugs. Don’t worry, there’s nothing sinister going on in TP. The name (Russian for ‘cow’) is more a reference to the venue’s origins: Tufnell Park formerly supplied a lot of London’s milk, and this place was once a dairy. More recently, it has been a graveyard for a café-deli and a bakery. Now Steve Wilmot (owner of the Zensai bar in Camden Town) and his wife Sital have bet they can do better with a café that turns into a cocktail bar and restaurant by night. It was brunch that got good comments online. We went for dinner, however, and it was really memorable. There’s a tiny menu, just four choices at each stage. Shallot soup had silky texture and deep flavour. A special of seared foie gras, with lozenges of baked apple, was perfectly executed. Beautifully cooked ribeye came with a lush gratin dauphinoise; tender braised lamb shank with creamy-textured butter beans. Chocolate mousse was nicely bittersweet. No main course costs over £15, but the bill will swell if you fall for cocktails and the wine list. Do yourself a favour: fall. Especially for their negroni and the Vesper martini; as 007 would have said, ‘Same again, bartender.’ There’s something very retro about Korova. The decor combines original tiling with new features such as a