Charting the group’s activities and its subsequent discovery and dissolution at the hands of spymaster Maxwell Knight (reputedly the inspiration for Ian Fleming’s ‘M’), this is an informative account of a relatively little-known domestic threat faced by Britain in the early months of the war. The footage and silent background re-enactments don’t offer much, but the narration and snippets from noted historians make this a worthwhile watch.
An East End branch of this swish Chinese restaurant chain. Their trademark dark, sumptuous Oriental screens add an extra touch of class, but the exquisite and reasonably priced dim sum is the star of the show. Elsewhere on the menu you'll find spicy Singapore noodles, Penang fried ho fun, wonton soup and other East Asian staples.