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Bob Bob Ricard

The Lee’s were in town!  I hadn’t seen my buddy and her hubby in almost two years.  Technology is great these days but there’s nothing like seeing someone’s face in the flesh right in front of me.   271 more words

Life In London

A colourful Parisian Cafe, Bistrot and Brasserie

Parisian cafés renowned for being part of daily life in the city provide spaces for social life in Paris. The Parisian cafe has been the meeting place, a place of conversation, a hub for local citizens and a place for relaxation for hundreds of years. 10 more words

Brasserie by Niche

I had forgotten how much I love the Central West End in the summer until a few days ago. I was walking around the area one evening with friends and the patios were full of people enjoying dinner and drinks. 644 more words


Polpo Notting Hill. Yummy, mummy.

I haven’t been to the original Soho Polpo. Like a foodie version of too posh to push, I’m just too old to stand in line. Not to mention impatient. 892 more words

Wine List

Brownie points

Browns (British bar & brasserie)
Location: 82 – 84 St Martins Lane, Convent Garden, London, WC2N 4AG
Tel: 020 7497 5050
Website: browns-restaurants.co.uk
Seating: ~ 200 +

Restaurant Reviews

UK Travels: Reading

I was still too young to appreciate the history behind a country the last time I visited the UK with my family as my dad drove us from London to Scotland on a cross-country trip. 755 more words

Food Review

Quakers Friars

A side door in Quakers Friars, Broadmead, Bristol, England

A former Dominican friary from the Middle Ages, this Grade I listed building has been adapted and used as a Quaker meeting house, a registry office and now a brasserie