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The Rum Kitchen

Upon recommendation from a colleague we went to The Rum Kitchen in Covent Garden yesterday.

Had to wait an hour for a table, but they were very accommodating and put our names down and told they’d call when it was ready, so we just went out to grab a glass of wine in the meantime. 107 more words

Life

Champagne + Fromage, Covent Garden, London

Champagne + Fromage, Covent Garden, London

You meet that guy, you be friend with that guy, you go for a drink with that guy, you date that guy, and you end up with that guy, and … you end up completely fond of that guy, and he brings you to the perfect place on earth, not really on earth but in London. 578 more words

Wine

Moll King, proprietress of King's Coffee House in Covent Garden

‘What rake is ignorant of King’s Coffee House?’

(Henry Fielding, The Covent Garden Tragedy, 1732).

There are many tall tales told about Mary (Moll) King, shrewd businesswoman and proprietress of King’s Coffee House in London’s Covent Garden. 2,044 more words

History

So much for good intentions...

There is a reason I don’t sign up for TBR-only reads or book-buying bans – and that’s amply illustrated by the results of a post-Christmas hop up to London to meet up with my dear friend J… We weren’t able to get together in December owing to a variety of circumstances, and so a plan to hit London in January, taking in bookshops and sales, was hatched. 658 more words

Talli Joe

Halal Status: Halal (but pork and alcohol are served at this venue)

Talli Joe is not just another Indian restaurant in London – it is an Indian restaurant that runs the concept of cocktails and tapas. 1,190 more words

London Halal Eats

3ina Make Up : First Impressions

So what is the fuss about that brand ? If you are a Londoner and a Make up Addict you probably heard about that brand. The first store opened a couple of month ago in Covent Garden. 1,262 more words

Make Up And Beauty

Review: Cicchetti - Covent Garden

There are four Cicchetti restaurants globally, two in London – a stone’s throw away from one another, one in Covent Garden and the other on Regent Street – both easily identified by their beautifully dressed windows, one in Manchester and one, quite surprisingly, in Bangkok, and last week, I visited the Covent Garden restaurant. 466 more words

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